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« 2004 Schedule | Participants

1000 RADIO BROADCAST: Why The Rules of the Game

    8:30 -9:00 on Monday April 5, 2004
    KGNU 88.5 FM

1100 Reforming Education, Transforming Students

1101 Since I'm Right, You Must Be Wrong: Competing Ideologies of the 21st Century

1102 Midlife Crisis at 20

1103 American Comedy: Classic to Crude

1104 Why More Scientists Are Not Activists

1105 People on the Move: Drivers of Contemporary Migration

1106 Asphalt Addiction and the Future of Transportation

1107 Criminal Justice Through Civil Litigation

1108 Pacifists Can't Be Patriots

1400A PLENARY: Game Plan For Taking Back America

    12:00-1:00 on Monday April 5, 2004
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Elizabeth Hoffman

1500 Hip to Trip: The Future of Poetry

1501 Scientific Rationalism and Religious Fundamentalism

1502 Art and Civil Society

1503 Two Americas: Exploiting Class in Elections

1504 Civil Liberties in an Uncivil Time

1505 Informed Citizenry and the Return of Radio

1506 Aging: When Your Steel Trap Mind Rusts Shut

1507 Whatever Became of the Blues

1508 Global Citizenship in a Shrinking World

    1:00-2:30 on Monday April 5, 2004
    University Club Garden Room
    Panelists: Moderator: Spence Havlick

1509 Got Manners?

1510 Our Oil Under Their Soil

1601 The Next Generation Making a Difference

1602 Party Poopers and Elections

1603 Consilience: The Marriage of Science, Spirituality and the Humanities

1700 Singin' the Blues: Hard Times in the Music Industry

1701 Science and (In)Security

1702 How the News Affects Our Psyche

1703 High Tech, No Tech: Confronting the Divide

1704 I'd Like a Second Opinion: Health Care Plans of the Presidential Candidates

1705 Enemies Yesterday, Friends Today, Enemies Tomorrow

1800 TEA AND STORYTELLING: Tales for the Irish in All of Us

    4:00-5:00 on Monday April 5, 2004
    UMC Aspen Room
    Panelists: Moderator: Dave McCormick

1800A PLENARY: Sustainability in a Divided World

    4:00-5:00 on Monday April 5, 2004
    UMC Center Ballroom
    Panelists: Moderator: John Hickenlooper

1801 A Lose, Lose Situation: The War on Drugs

1802 The Simpsons

1803 Politics as Blood Sport

1811 Uninterruptus: The Rules of the Game

    4:00-6:00 on Monday April 5, 2004
    Macky Auditorium

1900 DUET: Space Policy: One Small Step Forward, Two Giant Steps Back?

    5:00-6:30 on Monday April 5, 2004
    Fiske Planetarium
    Panelists: Moderator: Mike Shull

1901 RADIO BROADCAST: Art, Citizenship and Social Change