Coming in April
Author and Performance Poet
Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz
Please contact the Ethics Institute via–email or 603-646-1263 for more information about any of these events.
11, 18, 25 • 6—8 pm. Mock Trial Society Meetings (Sunday's during winter term). Learn more>> Location: Haldeman 125.
16 • 4:00—5:30 pm. Lessons Learned in Ferguson and the Implications for the Country. Rev. Starsky Wilson, co-chair, the Ferguson Commission, and president & CEO, Deaconess Foundation, discusses the implications of lessons learned from Ferguson. Location: Filene Auditorium, Moore Building. Sponsored by the Tucker Foundation, cosponsored by the Ethics Institute. Learn more>>
18 • 3:00—4:00 pm. Martin Luther King Community Celebration with Rev. Starsky Wilson. The William Jewett Tucker Foundation will host the annual Community Multi-Faith Celebration honoring the life and works of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Location: Rollins Chapel.
20 • 4:30 pm. Faculty Panel: “We Were There…Dartmouth and the Civil Rights Movement” with Gretchen Gerzina, Professor of English and Chair of AAAS, as moderator and panelist, and J. Bruce Nelson, Professor Emeritus of History, and Jay Satterfield, Special Collections Librarian, as panelists, will take place on Tuesday, January 20, 4:30 pm, Rockefeller 003.
The faculty panel will explore Dartmouth’s connections to the Civil Rights Movement, Dartmouth faculty participation in the Movement, and how Dartmouth fraternities were shaped by the Movement.
23 • 9:30—12 pm. A Practical Conference for Economic Equality. Location: Alumni Hall. Learn more>>
Trinity Institute (TI2015), an annual conference that takes place in New York City—but you can attend at Dartmouth College! We bring all the elements of the NYC conference to you via webcast and add the perspectives of Professor Paul Argenti and Professor Aine Donovan of The Tuck School of Business.
This year’s conference takes on the pervasive, overwhelming issue of economic inequality. Speakers have real-world experience making change happen. They will provide us with hopeful, practical tools we can use to make a positive economic impact.
28 • 4:00 pm. Is There Life After College? "An Empirical Study of How Recent Graduates are Doing in the Job Market, in Relationships, and in Life" Richard Arum, Professor of Sociology & Education, New York University Location: 1930's Room, Rockefeller Center, Co-sponsored by the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center & Daniel Webster Program Learn more>>
1, 8, 15, 22 • 6—8 pm. Mock Trial Society Meetings (Sunday's during winter term). Learn more>> Location: Haldeman 125.
2, 9, 16, 23 • 2—4 pm. Graduate Ethics Program. This program is a requirement for all first-year Arts and Sciences graduate students. The Graduate Ethics Program has four components: an opening session during orientation, a graduate student ethics survey, and four small group discussions addressing focal topics during the first year of graduate school. Location: Ethics Institute, Haldeman, 2nd floor. Learn more>>
6 • 8—5 pm. NH Institute for Civic Engagement workshop for middle and high school teachers. Cultivating Participatory Citizens: Civics Education, Location: Dartmouth College, Haldeman Building Room 41. (sponsored by the Ethics Institute)
20 • 8—5 pm. NH Institute for Civic Engagement workshop for middle and high school teachers. Cultivating Participatory Citizens: Civics Education, Location: Dartmouth College, Haldeman Building Room 41. (sponsored by the Ethics Institute)
10—12 • National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference will be held at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida on April 10-12, 2015. Planned and organized by undergraduate students, this conference aims to engage a new generation of students in the field of bioethics. The theme of the conference this year will be "Global Medicine, Social Justice, and Bioethics." - Learn more>>
16 • 4:30 pm Lecture and book signing with Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz author of Dr. Mutter's Marvels Location: Filene Auditorium, Moore Building. Learn more>>
30 • Trans-Pacific Student Contest 2015:Win a Trip to New York City. Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs announces its third Trans-Pacific Student Contest, a pioneering exercise in U.S.-Asia collaboration. The contest is part of Ethics for a Connected World, a three-year global education project to mark the Council's 2014 Centennial. The contest will be conducted via Carnegie Council's online Global Ethics Network, a social media platform for people across the world who are committed to exploring the role of ethics in international affairs through joint projects, ongoing dialogues, and the creation of collaborative multimedia resources. Learn more>>
Deadline: April 30, 2015
12 • 4:30—6 Ethical Issues in the Banking Crisis of 2008 A financial crisis panel discussion of the events and analysis of the ethical lapses that occurred in the lead-up to the 2008 crisis. (Timothy Geithner '83, Hank Paulson '68).
In September 2008 the world’s financial system seemed to be in imminent danger of collapse; the rush to repair the damage and shore up the system for the future was handled by a variety of extremely capable people. But foremost among the group were a dedicated number of Dartmouth alumnae who worked tirelessly to control the chaos in the financial sector. This panel will serve as a “Fred Friendly” style seminar that will include the key players in this historical event: Henry Paulson (1968), John (Hans) Morris (1980), John Mahoney (1980), Timothy Geithner (1983) and Ken Wilson (1969). The panel will provide an overview of the events as well as analysis of the ethical lapses that occurred in the lead-up to the crisis. Professor Matt Slaughter (Tuck, Associate Dean) will serve as interviewer, and Aine Donovan will serve as convener.
Location: Spaulding Auditorium, Hopkins Center for the Arts. Learn more>>
Last Updated: 1/27/15