• 'Clinicians and Religion' guest speaker Alex Lion MD
    September 21 6:00pm
    How do the belief and religious experience of clinicians (doctors, nurses, pharmacists, etc) affect their delivery of healthcare? What role should clinician beliefs play in the refusal to participate in controversial religious practices, such as abortion or terminal sedation? Guest Speaker: Alex Lion, MD, Fellow, Pediatric Hemato more »
  • The Urban Landscape as Art Space
    September 28 4:00pm
    We invite you to join us for the fourth meeting of The Ethics, Values, and Practices of Public Art in Urban Contexts Seminar Series. This session's topic will be "The Urban Landscape as Art Space.” Our guest speakers for this session will be Brian Payne, President and CEO of the Central Indiana Community Foundatio more »
  • Emergent Best Practices in Public Art and Design
    October 10 4:00pm
    We invite you to join us for the fifth meeting of The Ethics, Values, and Practices of Public Art in Urban Contexts Seminar Series. This session's topic will be "Emergent Best Practices in Public Art.” Our guest speakers for this session will be Richard McCoy, Director, Landmark Columbus We have a more »
  • Liberal Arts Talks presents Paul Mullins: "Invisible Indianapolis: Heritage and Memory in the Circle City
    October 12 4:00pm
    Professor Paul Mullins (Anthropology) presents "Invisible Indianapolis: Heritage and Memory in the Circle City."   Travel through an “invisible” Indianapolis and learn how the histories of immigrant communities, red light districts, incarceration, and urban displacement illuminate life in the cities’ contem more »
  • How Does it Feel to Be a Problem: Being Young and Arab in America
    October 19 2:30pm
    Faculty and student discussion with Professor Moustafa Bayoumi, regarding his highly-acclaimed, best-selling book How Does it Feel to Be a Problem: Being Young and Arab in America. more »
Friday, May 19, 2017