Capitol Ideas: A Preview of NAS’s August Conference

National Association of Scholars

Capitol Ideas: A Preview of NAS’s August Conference

Join us this Wednesday, June 27 at 2:00 PM Eastern Time for a preview of NAS’s upcoming conference, Capitol Ideas: Government Overreach and Higher Education.

NAS’s Policy Director Rachelle Peterson will be live on Facebook to preview the conference, introduce the keynote speakers, and highlight some sessions you won’t want to miss.

Watch live on NAS’s Facebook page this Wednesday, June 27, at 2:00 PM Eastern Time. We’ll also have the video on the NAS homepage.

Register here for NAS’s Capitol Ideas conference, held August 10-11 in Grove City, Pennsylvania. NAS members have been emailed a special discount code. 

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