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March 13: Panel discusses ethics of animal experimentation
March 11, 2014

mouse-80PULLMAN, Wash. – The ethics of using animals in scientific experimentation will be discussed by a panel at 4-5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 13, in 305 Bryan Hall at Washington State University. It is part of the WSU Foley Institute’s Science, Ethics and Public Policy Series and is co-sponsored by the School of Politics, Philosophy and Public Affairs.

Jane Elliott to discuss prejudice
February 22, 2008

Jane Elliott, the adaptor of the Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes discrimination experiment, will present her lecture, “The Anatomy of Prejudice” on Tuesday, March 4 at 7 p.m. in Todd Auditorium.

 

This event is part of the Student Entertainment Board’s 2007-2008 lecture series and is free for WSU students, faculty, and staff. For the public, tickets will be sold at the door for $7.00.

 

Elliott received her teaching degree from the University of Northern Iowa. Chosen as one of Peter Jennings’ ABC-TV’s “Person of the Week.”

 

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Realignment v. reshaping: Liberal Arts tests theory
September 16, 2005

With effective positioning for the future as the goal, and acting on recommendations from the provost’s realignment committee, Erich Lear, dean, College of Liberal Arts, is experimenting with changes in the organization of the college.A discussion about realignment began on the university level nearly a year ago when a small committee, jointly led by Fran McSweeney, vice provost for faculty affairs, and Chuck Pezeshki, past chair of the Faculty Senate, began to gather information at the request of the provost.The biggest questions related to Liberal Arts pertained to the size and effectiveness of the college and whether it might be advantageous to divide Liberal Arts … » More …