Constitution Day 2015 is scheduled for September 16, 2015 at Harper College in room J 143 from 9:30 a.m. until 10:45 a.m. The Harper community will be invited to attend. The format for this year’s program will be a panel presentation and discussion. The topic is “ Drones, Your Privacy and Due Process: How do we strike a balance between Personal Privacy and Public Safety”? The program will begin with an introduction by Kathryn Rogalski, Dean of the Business Social Science Division, Harper College. Professor Michael J. Harkins, Chair of the Harper History Department, will then provide an overview of Constitution Day, the 2015 topic and then introduce the panel members. Participating on this year’s panel will be Constitutional Law Professor Jerry Kendall, John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Professor Bobby Summers, Chair of the Harper College Political Science Department, and Andrew Levin, Adjunct Professor of Political Science also at Harper. Each of the three panel members will have 20 minutes to discuss the topic. At the conclusion of the presentations the audience will be able to ask questions of the panel members. Professor Harkins will moderate the discussion.