Harvard Lecture: Title IX and Higher Education

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The Transformation of Title IX: Regulating Gender Equality in Education


Shep Melnick will discuss Title IX and its impact on higher education at Harvard University’s Program on Constitutional Government, a JMC partner program.

Friday, February 9, 2018 • 12:00PM-2:00PM
Knafel 354, 1737 Cambridge Street

To RSVP, email Executive Director Andy Zwick. Title IX is an area of law that the Jack Miller Center has also focused on recently. As part of its Constitution Day Initiative, JMC offers educational resources outlining the ways Title IX has shaped campus culture and attitudes towards free speech.

>>View other upcoming events from Harvard’s PCG.


Shep Melnick (‘73) is the Thomas P. O’Neill, Jr. Professor of American Politics at Boston College and co-chair of the Harvard Program on Constitutional Government. His books include Regulation and the Courts: The Case of the Clean Air Act (Brookings, 1983) andBetween the Lines: Interpreting Welfare Rights (Brookings, 1994). He will be discussing his forthcoming book The Transformation of Title IX (Brookings, 2018). He has taught at Harvard and Brandeis, and served on the research staff of the Brookings Institution. He received both his BA and Ph.D. from Harvard.

>>Learn more about Professor Melnick here. 



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