Reporting from Washington:
A Conversation with Political Correspondents
Monday, April 12
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
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Major Garrett, chief Washington correspondent for CBS News, will moderate the discussion. Garrett was named chief Washington correspondent in December 2018. Previously, he served as the network's chief White House correspondent. He also hosts "The Takeout," a weekly multi-platform interview show on politics, policy and pop culture.
Molly Ball, National Political Correspondent for TIME magazine. She is the author of
Pelosi, a bestselling biography of the first woman Speaker of the House. Previously, she covered U.S. politics for
The Atlantic and
Darlene Superville, veteran White House reporter for the Associated Press. Superville has been part of a team of reporters providing coverage of the White House for AP members across the U.S. and around the world since 2009.
The forums are sponsored by the Robert and Marjorie Griffin Endowed Chair in American Government at Central Michigan University. The Griffin Chair organizes two policy forums each year that address social, political economic, environmental and other current and important issues.
David Rutledge is the sixth person to serve as the Griffin Endowed Chair in American Government at CMU. He began his term in 2017.
The forum hosts include the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Central Michigan University. For more information, contact David Rutledge at 989-774-3442 or email@example.com.
About the Griffin Endowed Chair
The Griffin Endowed Chair in American Government at Central Michigan University was established through generous gifts from alumni, faculty and friends of the university. It provides continuing support to fund the salary and associated costs of a government and public policy expert to serve as a faculty member in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration and to host twice yearly forums addressing public policy issues. The Griffin endowment was named to recognize the significant public service of distinguished CMU alumni
Senator Robert P. Griffin, '47, and
Marjorie Griffin, '44.