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2000 RADIO BROADCAST How on Earth: Genetics

    8:35-9:00 on Tuesday April 11, 2006
    KGNU 88.5 FM/1390 AM
    Panelists: Moderator: Ewen Callaway

2100 Exporting Democracy


2101 The Entrepreneurial Spirit


2102 Electronic Voting: Touch 'n Go


2103 It's a Flat World After All–Jobs and the Class of 2006


2104 Super Geeks–Programming Outside the Box


2105 Cartoon Wars


2106 Cuba


2107 Death Penalty–Killing People Who Kill People


2108 The Curse of Oil


2200 Thank God for Evolution: Darwin vs. God, Round Two


2201 Families–The Agony and the Ecstasy


2202 Uncivil Discourse: Politics Gone Wild


2300 Quarter Life Conundrum: From College to Cubicle


2301 Profits and Profiteering: The Business of Disasters


2302 Eating Your Way to Happiness


2303 Book to Screen–Adaptation


2304 Noncombatants and the Fallout of War


2305 Art and Physics


2400 RADIO BROADCAST Metro Is Capitalism the Problem or the Solution


2401A PLENARY The Passion of Command: The Moral Imperative of Leadership

    12:00-1:00 on Tuesday April 11, 2006
    UMC Center Ballroom
    Panelists: Moderator: Elizabeth Hoffman

2402 Origins of Terror


2403 Birth Control by Choice or by Chance


2404 Child Abuse–Scarred for Life


2405 Pop! Goes the Music


2406 CWApanelist@match.com


2500A PLENARY Does the Middle East Want Democracy

    1:00-2:00 on Tuesday April 11, 2006
    UMC Center Ballroom
    Panelists: Moderator: Greg Anderson

2501 Stories on Stage


2502 North of the Border: Immigration to the U.S.


2600 HIV/AIDS: The Forgotten Pandemic


2601 Bungling Republicans, Clueless Democrats


2602 Love Is the Answer–What Is the Question


2603 The Death of Government: If We Privatize, Who's Accountable


2604 I Live to Create


2605 Third World Alliances–Who Needs US


2700 Facebook–A Social Phenomenon


2701 Justifying the War: The Role of the Media


2702 Street Poetry vs. Book Poetry


2703 Why You Should Serve


2800 TEA AND STORYTELLING Friends for the Journey

    4:00-5:00 on Tuesday April 11, 2006
    UMC Aspen Room
    Panelists:

2801 U.S. Budget–What Would Jesus Cut


2802 The Politicalization of Science


2803 SCREENING with Q&A Paperclips

    4:00-6:00 on Tuesday April 11, 2006
    Flatirons Theater
    Panelists: Moderator: Robin Beeck

2804 Interruptus I: The Long Goodbye

    4:00-6:00 on Tuesday April 11, 2006
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists:

2900 RADIO BROADCAST Hemispheres Is the U.S. a Force for Human Rights

    6:00-7:00 on Tuesday April 11, 2006
    KGNU 88.5 FM/1390 AM
    Panelists: Moderator: Janaki LeFils

2901 RADIO BROADCAST Quo Onda


2902 JAZZ CONCERT