In September 1787, the Founders signed the most influential document in American history, the U.S. Constitution. On Constitution Day, the AASCU’s American Democracy Project and National Constitution Center presents a series of programs and events highlighting the history and meaning of the amendment. All Missouri State University students, staff, faculty, student organizations are invited to attend any of the free events in honor of our United States Constitution.!
Friday, Sept. 15 | 1:00-2:15 p.m.
Designed to reach across differences, the National Constitution Day Conversation creates a space for open discussion of the U.S. Constitution. This national facilitated dialogue is based on the fundamental value of the pursuit of knowledge for the public good. The session will consist of a lively game, facilitated discussion, and a forum to share thoughts about the U.S. Constitution. The event is open to all higher education students, faculty, and staff. Bring your classes and student organizations, and join us on Friday, September 15 from 2:00-3:15 p.m. ET for this national dialogue.
To attend this virtual session, please register via this link.
- Learn more about the U.S. Constitution
- Explore virtual exhibits
- Watch videos and listen to podcasts
- Constitution trivia and much more!
For questions or to learn more, contact the Office of Public Affairs Support at 417-836-8832 or visit Meyer Library 202-J.