A Conversation with Dr. Scott Gottlieb
“Uncontrolled Spread: Why COVID-19 Crushed US and How We Can Defeat the Next Pandemic”
This event has been postponed.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb
Former FDA Commissioner, 2017 – 2019
The World Affairs Council of Orange County and Chapman University current COVID-19 protocols are as follows: Proof of vaccination or negative test within 24 HOURS will be required. All guests must wear masks, unless eating or drinking and the completion of a visitor questionnaire by all individuals accessing University facilities. A Chapman University Daily COVID Screening email will be sent to individuals who complete the questionnaire with a clear statement. The “clear” email must be produced upon request to access facilities. Masks must be worn indoors at all times regardless of vaccination status. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
The World Affairs Council of Orange County is excited to announce our upcoming lecture event at Sandhu Conference Center in Chapman University. Please join us in welcoming Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD to discuss his New York Times bestselling book, “Uncontrolled Spread: Why COVID-19 Crushed US and How We Can Defeat the Next Pandemic.” Enjoy hors d’oeuvres while listening to Dr. Scott Gottlieb identify the reasons why the US was caught unprepared for the pandemic and how the country can improve its strategic planning to prepare for future viral threats. A copy of Dr. Scott Gottlieb’s book is included with registration, and be sure to stick around to the end of the event for a book signing!
This event is being presented in a hybrid format.
Sandhu Conference Center
571 North Grand Street
Food & Drinks:
Hors d’oeuvres & Cash Bar
Ticket price for members: $50 (includes one copy of his book)
Ticket price for non-members: $60 (includes one copy of his book)
Ticket for member couple: $90 (includes one copy of his book)
Ticket for non-member couple: $110 (includes one copy of his book)
Ticket for students (18+ only): $20 (includes one copy of his book)
*Please note the student admission is for presentation only, from 7:30 PM – 8:45 PM
Ticket for webinar: $30 (includes one copy of his book)
CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY / COVID-19: Guests to the campus, who are attending the event, must follow local and state health agencies recommendations, which may include wearing masks, social distancing, contact tracing, and cancelation of the event if COVID-19 or one of its strains were to worsen. Please review Chapman’s current COVID-19 Policies and Procedures.
CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY VISITOR DAILY SURVEY (Required Day Of):
Your confirmation email will include a PDF document with instructions for the Visitor Daily Survey.
The Visitor Daily Survey is a COVID requirement for all guests accessing a University facility. Attached is a copy of the flyer we will post outside the room with instructions. Please feel free to share with your guests. Please click here to complete the questionnaire: Visitor Daily Survey, or the direct link: bit.ly/cu_visitor_covid
EVENT PARKING LOCATION:
Your confirmation email will include the Jim Miller Parking Structure map with directions. Entrance to the Jim Miller Parking Structure is located north of Walnut Avenue on Grand Street (The structure is JM on the campus map). Please park on the top two levels of the parking structure (Levels 5 and 6). The structure elevator only goes to Level 5, and it is located on the southwest side.
EVENT PARKING PASS:
Your confirmation email will include your electronic parking permit. The parking permit must be placed inside the dash of each vehicle. Please park on the top two levels of the parking structure (Levels 5 and 6). The structure elevator only goes to Level 5, and it is located on the southwest side.
A parking permit is required to park in all University parking lots and structures. Parking is unavailable in parking spaces marked reserved parking spaces. Parking on City streets is restricted to the campus side only. A city parking permit is required to park on the street opposite the university. Please observe all handicapped and reserved spaces. The university is not responsible for parking tickets issued to guests.