The schedule for the 2015 CWA can be found here.

« 2014 Schedule | Participants

3061 LIVE RADIO BROADCAST A Public Affair Inequality: The Real Hunger Games

3111 Alternative Energy: Hip to Be Green

3113 Putin’s Plans

3114 Wanderlust: Oh, the Places You’ll Go in Your 20s

3115 How Women Change Workplace Ethics and Culture

3116 Social or Antisocial Media

3117 Stories to Inspire Change

3129 DUET Shakespeare: From Page to Stage

3211 Altered Materialism and Today’s Consumers


    10:30-11:20 on Wednesday April 9, 2014
    UMC Center Ballroom
    Panelists: Moderator: Al Manzi

3261 Walk, Bike, Dance, Bend, Stretch and Run for Your Life

3312 Political Outliers: Animals Who Live Apart From the Herd

3315 Global Energy Economics

3316 Science Ain’t What It Used to Be

3317 Never-ending Sectarian Wars

3318 The Opposite Sex: Beyond Stereotypes

3361 Latin America: Boom or Bust

3362 The U.S. Budget: Bullets, Band-aids and Benefits

3411 Race and Gender in American Music

3450 PLENARY What Bitcoin, Space Tourism, 3D Printing, Stem Cells and the New Energy Renaissance Have in Common

    12:30-1:20 on Wednesday April 9, 2014
    Macky Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Ann Carlos

3512 Dealing With the Effects of Climate Change

3513 Sex: Just Do It (or Not)

3514 Social Change in China

3515 Reaching Your Audience

3529 Volunteering Overseas: What Hurts, What Helps

3551 DUET Seamus Heaney

    1:30-2:20 on Wednesday April 9, 2014
    Old Main Chapel
    Panelists: Moderator: Dennis Gallagher

3561 In Touch With Illness

3611 TALK AND PLAY Music of the Americas

3661 TV as Cultural Historian: Downton Abbey, Modern Family, Tremé...

3662 Losing Labels, Finding Identity

3711 I Need a Hero: Teaching Kids Through Comics

3712 56 Different Points on the Gender Spectrum

3713 Obfuscating Obamacare

3714 Social Enterprise: Balancing Purpose and Profit

3716 Shakespeare: What Would the Bard Say?

3741 SCREENING The Invisible War

    3:00-5:30 on Wednesday April 9, 2014
    Muenzinger Auditorium
    Panelists: Moderator: Glenn Webb

3811 How Conflict Can Help a Society Improve


    4:00-6:00 on Wednesday April 9, 2014
    Macky Auditorium

3851 STORYTELLING Laugh ’til It Hurts

    4:30-5:20 on Wednesday April 9, 2014
    Old Main Chapel
    Panelists: Moderator: Philip Gordon

3861 Cunning Linguistics: The Art of Giving Good Language

3862 Internet: Technology to Control the People and Weaken the State

3863 It’s Harder to Vote Than to Buy an Assault Weapon

3864 Failure: Essential, Not Fatal

3865 Transforming Marginalized Communities

3866 My Creative Process