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"What Makes a Good Society?--Then and Now: 15th Duffy Colloquium"

Date: Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Time: 7:30 pm

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

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Location:

Richardson auditorium

Beloit College Campus, Beloit, WI

Contact: Carol Wickersham, wickersh@beloit.edu, 2023

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The guiding question of the Beloit College Duffy Community Partnerships for the past 15 years has been, "What Makes a Good Society?" For our anniversary, we will bring back a representative sample of four accomplished Duffy alums to spark our thinking about how the Duffy and other beyond-the-classroom educational experiences plant seeds for meaningful work and engaged citizenship.  The panelists include:

Raphael Gang’06, Political Science, Director of Pathways, 4.0 Schools, New Orleans

Iris-Ann Hoover’09, Sociology, Connector of Purpose, Strategy and Change, Princeton Review, Minneapolis

Phil Mangis’05, Political Science, Director of International Operations, The School for Field Studies, Boston 

Ruby Jennings'10, Political Science/HEALS, Senior Research Analyst, IMPAQ International, Washington, D.C.

The 2018 Weissberg Program for Human Rights Chair, Steven Hawkins, will be responding to the panel. 

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Academics, Featured