First hour: Author Sarah Burns on her book, "The Politics of War Powers"
Second hour: Exploring the role of chief diversity officers on college and university campuses
We're joined by RIT professor Sarah Burns, who has written a new book called "The Politics of War Powers." She argues that the U.S. Constitution creates an invitation to struggle between the legislative and executive branches of government, but the president has little checks and balances when it comes to how he uses the U.S. military. She joins us to discuss her research, and how it relates to recent events in Iran. In studio:
- Sarah Burns, associate professor in the Department of Political Science at RIT, and author of “The Politics of War Powers: The Theory and History of Presidential Unilateralism”
Then in our second hour, Inside Higher Ed reports that more institutions now have chief diversity officers than ever before. But what do those positions entail? How do colleges and universities make decisions about the roles and responsibilities of diversity offices, and how do they measure results when it comes to creating more diverse and inclusive campus communities? This hour, we’re joined by local chief diversity officers who share how their institutions are providing structural responses to cultural issues.
- Cephas Archie, chief diversity officer at the College at Brockport
- Calvin Gantt, chief diversity officer at Monroe Community College
- Keith Jenkins, vice president and associate provost for diversity and inclusion at RIT
- Diane Ariza, vice president for community and belonging at Nazareth College