Constitution Day Lecture: Tom Coyle: Making a Difference: How One Citizen Changed the Constitution

Constitution Day Lecture: Tom Coyle: Making a Difference: How One Citizen Changed the Constitution

Contact: Dr. Todd Peppers, peppers@roanoke.edu OR Community Programs, porgrams@roanoke.edu

Roanoke College alum Tom Coyle '76 will give a Constitutional Day address entitled "Making a Difference: How One Citizen Changed the Constitution." The event will be held in the Wortmann Ballroom at 7:30 p.m. Coyle is a retired Special Agent of the United States Naval Criminal Investigation Service (NCIS) and a nationally recognized inside threat expert. His lecture will focus on how one committed and dedicated citizen can change the Constitution. The talk will draw upon Coyle's interviews with Gregory Watson, who is considered the "Father" of the 27th Amendment to the Constitution.

The Constitution Day address is co-sponsored by the Turk Pre-Law Program and the Henry H. and Trudye H. Fowler Endowed Chair.

This is a free non-ticketed event and open to the public.

This event was originally scheduled for 9/17 and is rescheduled for 11/12.