Constitution Day Events
To mark Constitution Day, Monday, September 17, both campuses have scheduled special events that are free and open to the public.
At the Metropolitan Campus, historian Christopher Rasmussen will speak on “The Roberts Court After Its First Term” at 3 p.m.,Room 205, Becton Hall.
At the College at Florham, a roundtable, “Presidential Power and the Future of Supreme Law,” will be held from 12:45 to 2 p.m. in Hartman Lounge, Hennessy Hall (Mansion).
Presented by the Becton College’s social sciences and history department, the roundtable will feature historians and political scientists Daniel Cassino, Fatmir Haskaj, Bruce Peabody and John Schiemann.
The Weiner Library has Constitution books on display in the Reading Room on the second floor. Constitution posters are also on display on both the first and second floors of the library. Constitution “Quiz” sheets can be picked up in the Reading Room or from the reference help desk. The first ten winners will receive a pocket-size book of the U.S. Constitution.