WVU faculty host post-election forum in Charleston
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- The elections are over, but questions about what happens next remain.
On Tuesday, West Virginia University's Eberly College will hold a free, public forum on topics including the nation's political landscape and the role that technology played in the elections.
"Beyond Red and Blue: A Closer Look at the 2012 Elections" is set for 7 p.m. at the Woman's Club of Charleston.
The WVU faculty members who will participate in the discussions are Elizabeth Cohen, Scott Crichlow, Patrick Hickey and Karen Kunz.
The event is part of the Eberly Ideas Discussion Series. It's also planning two luncheons in Charleston in early 2013.