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Canceled: Hear from Rep. Mike Doyle on infrastructure investment during a free Feb. 15 lecture

Mike Doyle wearing a black suit in front of an American Flag

Update, Feb 14: The event has been canceled and will be rescheduled for a later date.

Register for a free virtual lecture by Rep. Mike Doyle on Tuesday, Feb. 15, from 7-8 p.m. ET.

During his talk, “Infrastructure: An Essential Investment in Our Future,” Doyle will discuss the critical role that infrastructure investment has played in Pittsburgh’s past, as well as the impact that the recently enacted Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will have on the region in the future.  

Doyle is currently serving his fourteenth term in Congress representing the 18th District of Pennsylvania, which includes the City of Pittsburgh and 53 other communities in Allegheny County.

Chancellor Emeritus Mark Nordenberg will introduce Doyle at the event, which is part of the American Experience Distinguished Lecture Series. The Dick Thornburgh Forum for Law & Public Policy, the University Honors College and the Institute of Politics are co-sponsoring the lecture.