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Professor Trachtenberg Speaks at West Virginia University

Professor Ben Trachtenberg’s speech on April 23, “Lessons Learned from the Mizzou Protests,” was part of the Neil S. Bucklew Lecture Series. He offered lessons to be taken from Mizzou’s experiences and applied observations about higher education policy and administration to the phenomenon of student protests—particularly those related to…

Professor Trachtenberg Speaks at UMKC Faculty Diversity Dialogues Program

Professor Ben Trachtenberg spoke on November 15 at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, leading a discussion as part of the UMKC Faculty Diversity Dialogues. His talk was titled “Learning from the MU Protests.” Professor Trachtenberg drew upon his scholarship about the 2015-2016 events at the University of Missouri, “The 2015 University of Missouri Protests and their Lessons for Higher Education…

Professor Trachtenberg Featured on Harvard EdCast

Professor Ben Trachtenberg was featured on the October 17 episode of the Harvard EdCast, Harvard University’s flagship education podcast. The episode, “Lessons Learned from the 2015 Mizzou Protests,” was recorded while Professor Trachtenberg was in Cambridge to deliver a talk at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. His talk was titled, “When Voices Rise: Race, Resistance, and Campus Response,” and it…

Professor Trachtenberg Speaks at Harvard About Forthcoming Journal Article

Professor Ben Trachtenberg spoke Oct. 2 at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. His talk was titled, “When Voices Rise: Race, Resistance, and Campus Response,” and it included a review of Professor Trachtenberg’s scholarship related to the 2015 University of Missouri protests. His forthcoming article in the Kentucky Law Journal is “The 2015 University of Missouri Protests and their Lessons…

Inside Higher Ed Quotes Professor Trachtenberg

  Professor Ben Trachtenberg was recently quoted in an article in Inside Higher Ed about the protests on the University of Missouri campus in the fall of 2015. In the article, “Administrators, Students and Activists Take Stock Three Years After 2015 Missouri Protests,” Professor Trachtenberg says that the events on the MU campus affected conversations at universities nationwide and made…

Professor Trachtenberg Interviewed on KBIA-FM About Upcoming Journal Article

Darren Hellwege from KBIA-FM recently interviewed Professor Ben Trachtenberg  on his Thinking Out Loud program. They discussed Professor Trachtenberg’s op-ed in The Washington Post on July 25, “Much of what you know is probably wrong’: A Mizzou professor explain the racial protests that toppled a presidency,” and his upcoming article in the Kentucky Law Journal, “The 2015 University of Missouri…

Professor Trachtenberg to Publish Article About the 2015 Protests in Kentucky Law Journal

Professor Ben Trachtenberg will publish “The 2015 University of Missouri Protests and their Lessons for Higher Education Policy and Administration” in the Kentucky Law Journal. The article examines the Mizzou 2015 protests in depth, as well as the aftermath, and offers lessons that student activists and higher education leaders can use in the future. The Chronical of Higher Education reported…

Professor Trachtenberg Speaks at Harvard about Mizzou Protests

Professor Ben Trachtenberg spoke on February 12 at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. His talk was titled, “The 2015 University of Missouri Protests: Lessons for University Administrators and Student Activists.” The HGSE Office of Student Affairs, along with the Equity & Inclusion Fellows Program, sponsored his visit. After Professor Trachtenberg’s talk, he participated in a panel about student protests,…

Law Faculty Help Develop New Policies Designed to Help Campus Community, Visitors Understand Rights Related to Protests and Use of Public Spaces

School of Law faculty were among the members of a committee that created new and revised policies that will help the MU community and visitors understand their rights and responsibilities related to campus protests and the use of public space. The Ad Hoc Joint Committee on Protests, Public Spaces, Free Speech and the Press was created by MU Interim Chancellor…