Remaining Civil in an Uncivil Society
Date: Monday,November 13, 2017
Time: 7:00 pm- 8:15 pm
Place: Business Building Room 125
A nationwide study found that each generation in America believes that we are becoming increasingly uncivil. “More than nine in 10 of each adult generation – Millennials, Gen Xers, Boomers, and the Silent Generation – believe that civility is a problem... The generations are also in agreement that incivility has reached crisis proportions in America.” (Civility in America 2014). This seminar explores reasons for public incivility and principles for restoring civility in our public and private spheres of influence.
Speaker: Dr. Troy Hinrichs, Professor of Criminal Justice. California Baptist University.
Dr. Troy Hinrichs has served as a faculty member at CBU for 14 years. In addition to teaching courses in Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Humanities and courses in the Masters in Forensic Psychology program, he teaches graduate seminars in International Law for California State University, San Bernardino’s Masters of Science in National Securities Studies Program. His degrees include a Bachelor of Arts in English and Philosophy from Hardin- Simmons University in Abilene, Texas and a law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law in 1994. Prior to becoming a professor in 1999, he worked as an attorney for the Texas Department of Public Safety. He is married with three children including a freshman at CBU.
Admission is free, please complete the form below to register for the event.