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The Constitution Day Lecture Series On The UTC Campus

The U.S. Constitution.
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The U.S. Constitution.

Constitution Day marks the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17th, 1787.

Here on our campus - the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga - this year’s Constitution Day Lecture Series, presented by the Center for Reflective Citizenship, is Wednesday the 13th starting at 7:30 PM in the University Center’s Tennessee Room.

Guest speaker: Professor Joshua Dunn, executive director of the University of Tennessee Institute of American Civics in Knoxville.

Joshua Dunn
University of Tennessee Institute of American Civics
Joshua Dunn

Joining him: Jack Zibluk, Masengill Professor of Communication here at UTC.

Jack Zibluk

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