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Privacy and National Security Concerns Subject of Constitution Day Panel Discussion

Sept. 16, 2013

Cal State Fullerton hosts a noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, Constitution Day panel discussion on privacy and national security concerns.

The free, public event, sponsored by the Division of Politics, Administration and Justice and the Office of Government and Community Relations, will be held in Becker Amphitheater. Scheduled speakers are: Max M. Dery, CSUF professor of criminal justice, James Coyle, director of Chapman University's Center for Global Education, and moderator Stephen J. Stambough, chair of the Division of Politics, Administration and Justice and CSUF professor of political science.

Each year, the university sponsors programs in observance of Constitution Day to provide an opportunity to commemorate the signing of our nation's founding document in 1787. More information available at www.fullerton.edu/constitutionday.

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