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Democracy in action is the focus of a bipartisan conversation next week when two former Congressman visit UCF.
Former U.S. Reps Gary Franks (R-CT, 1991-1997) and Mike Capuano (D-MA, 1999-2019) come to Orlando for a public forum titled “Congress to Campus: Foreign Policy and Trade.” The talk will be moderated by David Dumke, director of the Office of Global Perspectives and International Initiatives (GPII), which is hosting the event.
The event starts at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept, 18, in the UCF Global Building Room 101.
The talk is a part of the Congress to Campus program of the U.S. Association of Former Members of Congress. Colleges and universities around the U.S. and the world have hosted visitors through this program for over 30 years. Students will gain an inside look at Congress and an opportunity to interact with former members, who can share their unique experiences in Congress.
U.S. Representative Gary Franks (R-CT, 1991-1997)
U.S. Representative Mike Capuano (D-MA, 1999-2019)