A panel discussion on two important and very pertinent topics in our modern world: the negative impacts of drone warfare, as well as veterans’ rights and issues. Prominent drone warfare whistleblower and military veteran, Cian Westmoreland, will educate participants on the realities of drone warfare. Two military veterans, one an SNC student, will discuss the realities facing today’s veterans, particularly highlighting how veterans are disenfranchised in our country upon returning from deployment. A question and answer session and discussion period will follow.
Students who attend will receive two Psychological Experimental Participatory Record (PEPR) slips to be redeemed for extra credit from participating faculty.
*This event may be recorded for research purposes.
This is the second of three events in a student-organized research study. Students who participate will receive two Psychological Experimental Participatory Record (PEPR) slips at each event, to be redeemed for extra credit from participating faculty. Students who participate in all three events will also be entered into a drawing for a free pass to Sugar Bowl!
Part 1: Preliminary Discussion
Monday, March 28th | 5:30-6:30 p.m. | Patterson 213
Part 2: Panel Discussion
Saturday, April 2nd | 7-9 p.m. | TCES 139/141
Featuring former Air Force technician and whistleblower Cian Westmoreland, former Marine Corps intelligence specialist and combat veteran Henry Phillips, and veteran Matthew Louis.
Part 3: Follow-up Discussion
Monday, April 4th | 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. | Patterson 213