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Integrity, Character and Psychology @ UMD Ethics

Two upcoming discussions sponsored by the UMD Center for Ethics and Public Policy. Free and open to the public March 29 and April 4.

Sex Trafficking of Women and Children in Our Community: A Panel Discussion

Thursday, March 3, 7 p.m., UMD 4th Floor Library Rotunda
Free and open to the public

A panel discussion on Sex Trafficking in Minnesota and Duluth with Shunu Shrestha, PAVSA Trafficking Task Force Coordinator; Sergeant Ann Clancy, Police Department, Scan Division; Bree Bussey, MSW, Shelter Coordinator American Indian Community Housing Organization; Dr. Jane Ellen Maddy, Duluth Branch of AAUW, and Dr. Sean Walsh, Director of the UMD Center for Ethics and Public Policy.

Local/Global Food Ethics, Environmental Ethics, Confucian Ethics Speakers @ UMD

Come to the February 2011 UMD Center for Ethics and Public Policy Speaker Series. Talks are free and open to the public.

“Down-Home Global Cooking: Why Cosmopolitanism versus Localism is a False Dichotomy, and How Our Food Can Show Us the Way to a Third Option”
Lisa Heldke, Gustavus Adolphus College,
Friday, Feb 18, 3 pm, Humanities 314.

“Chinese Philosophy and Environmental Ethics: China’s Three Gorges Dam, Western Pressures and Eastern Principles”
Ben Huff, Randolph-Macon College,
Thursday, Feb 24, 5 pm, Solon Campus Center 120.

“In Search of the Missing Virtue(s) in the East and West”
Heidi Giebel, St Thomas University,
Friday, Feb 25, 3 pm, Humanities 314.

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