The Center for Security in Politics (CSP) supports research, curriculum, and convenings that bring students, academics, and leading political practitioners together to address critical global risks, to translate research and analysis into actionable solutions for policymakers, thought leaders and elected officials, and to train a diverse generation of security professionals for careers in public service.

The Center is led by Janet Napolitano, who has a unique background as a former federal and state prosecutor, Arizona governor, and the nation’s longest-serving Secretary of Homeland Security. She also served as president of the University of California from 2013-2020.

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2021

PANEL 1  ·  11:00am – 12:30pm PT

Lessons for the US from the Rest of the World
Co-sponsored by CEGA

PANEL 2  ·  1:00Pm – 2:30pm PT

Lessons from Battleground States – Election Officials from PA, AZ, and MI Share Their Experiences

PANEL 3  ·  3:00Pm – 4:30pm PT

Securing the Vote and Preparing for What’s Next

SEE MORE DETAIL ABOUT EACH PANEL HERE

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Translate Security Studies into Political Impact

With your support, the Center for Security in Politics will gain the resources we need to analyze and tackle the critical security challenges we face in Climate Change, Election Interference and Cybersecurity/ Emergent Technologies.

Clicking donate will open an email to Maura Smith, Assistant Dean, External Relations and Development, Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley – who will provide more information on our donation process.

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