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« 2002 Schedule | Participants

1101 ARIA The Chernobyl Legacy

    9:00am-10:00am on Monday April 8, 2002
    UMC 245
    Panelists: Moderator: Al Bartlett

1102 Internet: A Cross-Cultural Event


1103 Films That Have Changed My Life


1104 Testing vs. Thinking


1105 Political Humor During a Crisis: What Are the Limits?


1106 A Phat New Conversation, Dude; That's Hella Confusing


1107 Problems Plaguing Health Care


1108 Forgotten People -- Refugees


1109 I Didn't Get That Ending: Does That Make It Good Or Bad?


1110 Proper Treatment of Prisoners


1201 Qu'est-ce que la Culture (A panel in French)


1401 PLENARY Reclaiming Our Responsibilities for Democratic Discourse

    12:00pm-1:00pm on Monday April 8, 2002
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Elizabeth Hoffman

1501 Roots of Terrorism


1502 Chariots of Ire: Americanization of the Olympics


1503 The Language of Music and the Music of Language


1504 International Perspectives on Crime and Punishment


1505 Future of Global Business


1601 Music Improv -- Jivin' New Conversations


1602 Past, Present, Future of Family Communication


1603 Hot Under the Collar: The Global Warming Debate


1604 The Envelope Please: My Favorite Actor and Actress


1605 Grinding a New Lens: Will the U.S. Change Its Global Outlook?


1606 Media Coverage in the Middle East


1701 September 11, the Day the 60s Died


1702 Art and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland


1703 A Place for Humor


1704 Nation Building: Power to the People


1801 Tea and Transport to the Fantastic in Literature

    4:00pm-5:00pm on Monday April 8, 2002
    UMC Aspen Room
    Panelists: Moderator: Sybil Downing

1802 Orgasm, Schmorgasm


1803 Math and Science by Way of Music


1804 The Media Scandal Machine: O.J. to Monica to Condit


1805 Is Technology Killing Us?


1806 Uninterruptus: Mulholland Drive

    4:00pm-6:30pm on Monday April 8, 2002
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Introduction by Richard Byyny