December 14, 2022
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This engaging presentation will examine current approaches to First Amendment issues on college campuses in the United States; explore problematic portions of many community college policies; discuss tactics of groups seeking to test weaknesses in college policies; and share the experiences of Kellogg Community College (MI), which defended itself against a First Amendment lawsuit in 2017.
ERIC J. GREENE
Vice President for Strategy, Relations and Communications
Kellogg Community College, Michigan
Eric Greene is vice president for strategy, relations and communications at Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, Michigan. In this capacity, he implements strategic initiatives, builds institutional partnerships, and oversees the internal relations, external engagement and communications functions of the college. He spent 19 years as a newspaper journalist before transitioning to a career in higher education in 2012. He's delivered presentations titled “Can They Really Say That?” at national and regional conferences and published an article for Counsel magazine in 2020 on the topic of free speech.
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