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Last Lecture: Dr. Bronson Herrera, “Who is My Political Neighbor?”

Dr. Bronson Herrera, an assistant professor of political science in Northwest’s Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, will present this year’s Last Lecture, titled “Who is My Political Neighbor?” It is free and open to the public.

Herrera will address polarization and civil discourse in politics and society and consider how society can transcend partisan considerations.

Herrera, who joined the Northwest faculty in 2018, teaches courses related to policy and public administration. His academic interests include media and religion in politics as well as morality policy and public administration. He has a bachelor’s degree in political science from Brigham Young University-Idaho as well as master’s and doctorate degrees in political science with emphases on policy and public administration from the University of Kansas.

Sponsored by Northwest’s Society of President’s Scholars, the annual event gives a Northwest faculty member the opportunity to speak as if they were presenting the last lecture of their career.