Campus protests can result in a push and pull between student activists and campus law enforcement that boils over, with harm caused to both communities. 2020-21 Center fellows Jill Dunlap, Senior Director for Research, Policy, and Civic Engagement at NASPA and Alice Yau, Officer-Instructor-Trainer in the Chicago Police Department, spent the past year interviewing students and campus law enforcement around the country in order to explore how to mitigate that harm through training about free speech policies and procedures on campus.
Our "Fellows in the Field" series features the year-long research of our national fellows. Through interactive digital workshops, fellows will present their findings and resources geared for administrators, faculty and students.
Jill and Ali's findings are particularly relevant as higher education prepares for an in-person return to campus this fall. Join us for a dynamic, thoughtful conversation on these challenges and how best to respond to them.