Panelists and topics: Dr. Meme Drumwright, Advertising, Ethics Education: Can Ethics be Taught?; Dr. Betty Sue Flowers, Director, LBJ Library and Museum (Plan II alumna, former Plan II director),Education and Imagination; Dr. Camille Parmesan, Integrative Biology, Educating Politicians about Science; Dr. Rich Reddick, Education (Plan II alumnus) Importance of Cross Race/Gender Mentorship; Professor Larry Speck, Architecture Self-Education: 3 Case Studies; Dr. Michael Starbird, Mathematics, Does

Wed, January 30, 2008 | GEARING 105

7:00 PM

Assignment requirements: there is no weekly assignment, other than attendance. The reaction paper (due the last week of class) is to be no more than 2 pages. Reading List (so far) Can Ethics Be Taught, Thomas R. Piper, Mary C. Gentile, and Sharon Daloz Parks (1993); Left Back: A Century of Battles Over School Reform, Diane Ravitch (2000); Thunderstruck, Erik Larsen (2006)

Sponsored by: Plan II Honors Program

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