Sign up to our special US Election debate, hosted by our Chancellor, Gavin Esler, who will be joined by a panel of University academics and alumni.
Our experts will discuss the latest polls, leading protagonists and the key political issues influencing voters this November.
The panel will include our Chancellor, Dr Gavin Esler as Chair, Dr Andrew Wroe, Senior Lecturer in American Politics, Dr Amanda Klekowski von Koppenfels, Reader in Migration and Politics, University of Kent and two US-based Kent alumni - Rima Hyder, Vice President External Communications, FactSet and Bart Smith, Chairman of Conservatives Abroad - Chicago.
Dare to Ask is a topical panel debate series, which aims to spark imagination and debate and connect you with our experts. This virtual event will be co-hosted with our Brussels School of International Studies. The University of Kent's Brussels School of International Studies was established in 1998. It is a multidisciplinary School offering master and PhD courses in politics, international relations and law, providing in-depth analysis of contemporary issues including conflict, security, development, migration, the political economy, and the legal basis of a changing world order.
Get involved in the debate by asking your questions to the panellists on Twitter #GavinAsks or on email to email@example.com.