IJPM Lecture Series Presents “New York’s Constitution: Sometimes It’s Just a Suggestion” with Susan Arbetter 9/17

IJPM’s Annual Constitution Day Lecture

“New York’s Constitution:  Sometimes It’s Just a Suggestion”

Susan Arbetter

State Capitol Correspondent and News & Public Affairs Director, WCNY

Date:  Tuesday, September, 17
Time:  4:00pm
Place:  Alumni Heritage Lounge, College of Law
A reception will follow the lecture at 5:00pm.

Susan Arbetter is an award-winning broadcast journalist.  She was creator and host of the radio program Roundtable Show and of the television program New York Now.  Currently, Arbetter hosts and produces The Capitol Pressroom, a daily WNCY radio show broadcast from the State Capitol in Albany. The Capitol Pressroom features interviews with newsmakers as well as reports by journalists from The New York TimesNewsday, The Albany Times Union, Gannett News Service, and the Associated Press.  Arbetter also hosts The Capitol Report, a television news show covering the New York State legislature and statewide government.  The Capitol Pressroom and The Capitol Report are carried by stations throughout New York.

The Institute for the Study of the Judiciary, Politics, and the Media, founded in 2006, IJPM is a first-of-its-kind academic institute devoted to the interdisciplinary study of issues at the intersection of law, politics, and the media.

The institute sponsors lectures, conferences, and symposia designed to foster discussion and debate between scholars, policymakers, sitting judges, and working journalists. IJPM currently supports thirteen Faculty and Research Fellows from the College of Law, the Maxwell School, and the Newhouse School whose research and publications are relevant to the various intersections of law, politics, and the media.

IJPM is a collaborative effort between Syracuse University’s College of Law, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, and S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.

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