The Center supports a series of on-campus talks and discussions for Saint Anselm College students by St. A's faculty, faculty from nearby institutions, and community leaders on important ethical issues in our world. Students eat a free, catered dinner and get a chance to interact with professors and community leaders in an informal environment. The purpose of these dinner discussions is to give students and faculty a chance to talk about "big ideas" beyond the constraints of a formal classroom and to contribute to intellectual pluralism and tolerance on campus.
Fall 2020 Schedule
- Thursday October 8, 4 p.m., Alumni Quad Circle 1 (rain location: Event Space, Jean Student Center): Professor Max Latona (Philosophy), "Does a Good Leader Need to Be a Good Person?" Register
- Thursday October 29, 6 p.m., President's Dining Room in Davison Hall (catered dinner): Professor Thomas Larson (Philosophy), "Why Do We Punish?" Register
- Thursday November 12 (rescheduled), 6 p.m., on Zoom (no dinner): Professor Elizabeth Rickenbach (Psychology), "Should We Edit Our Genes?" Register