Day 2 – Friday, March 23, 2018

8:00 to 9:00 a.m.  Check-in and Registration (Sheslow Auditorium)

9:00 to 10:15 a.m.           Major Panel Session 

What challenges and opportunities do corporate leaders face in the current political climate? What does ethical leadership and decision-making in the world of business look like for a nation experiencing deep polarization?

Panelists include: Suku Radia, Claudia Schabel and Jay Byers.

(Location: Sheslow Auditorium)

 

10:45 to 12:15 a.m.           Workshop Session I

Creating a Culture of Excellence and Civility with Scott Raeker (Collier-Scripps 308)
Let’s Talk: What I Want to Ask About Race, But Am Scared with Leslie Herod & Saira Rao (Cowles Library Reading Room)
Theology in the Public Sphere: Solidarity in a Pluralistic Society with Teresa L. Smallwood (Colliers-Sripps 235)
Why is Equity and Inclusion Critical for Business Success? with Heather Schott  (Meredith Hall 101)
Women’s March Iowa: Intersectionality or Tokenization? with Brenda Vasquez and Kenia Calderon (Collier-Scripps 207)
“What does it take to run for office, anyway?” with Jennifer Glover Konfrst (Conference Rooms 310-311 – Upper Olmsted)

 

12:15 to 1:15 p.m.          Lunch (Local dining options, including Hubbell)

 

1:15 to 2:45 p.m.          Workshops Session II

Let’s Talk: What I Want to Ask About Race, But Am Scared with Leslie Herod & Saira Rao  (Cowles Library Reading Room)
The Stage is an Alter: Writing as a Form of Healing with Emily Lang & Kristopher Rollins (Colliers-Scripps 335)
The Tough Task of Citizenship: How to Be Informed and Involved in US Politics with Peter McLaughlin & Annie Petersen (Colliers-Scripps 235)
 Lessons Learned from the C.O.R.E. with Petra Lange and C.O.R.E. Students  (Medbury 221)

Women’s March Iowa: Intersectionality or Tokenization? with Brenda Vasquez and Kenia Calderon (Collier-Scripps 207)

 

3:15 to 4:45 p.m.          Workshop Session III

Creating a Culture of Excellence and Civility with Scott Raeker (Colliers-Scrips 308)
The Stage is an Alter: Writing as a Form of Healing with Emily Lang & Kristopher Rollins  (Colliers-Scripps 335)
Theology in the Public Sphere: Solidarity in a Pluralistic Society with Teresa L. Smallwood (Colliers-Scripps 235)

Lessons Learned from the C.O.R.E. with Petra Lange and C.O.R.E. Students  (Medbury 221)

“What does it take to run for office, anyway?” with Jennifer Glover Konfrst (Conference Rooms 310-311 – Upper Olmsted)

 

 Charles M. Blow will now speak at 6:30 p.m. on March 23rd in Parents Hall –  Olmsted Center.