Story posted February 03, 2010
The Joseph McKeen Center for the Common Good has announced details of its Seeking the Common Good series for the spring semester.
Seeking the Common Good, a yearlong series of public events, reflects the role of the Joseph McKeen Center for the Common Good to encourage and support learning and reflection about the meaning of the common good and to increase understanding and dialogue to help address issues of broad public concern.
Check out the Joseph McKeen Center for the Common Good Web site, offering continuously updated content regarding community service opportunities, a schedule of events and other happenings.
The theme for the spring semester, Innovation for Change, invites the campus community to think differently in understanding the intersection of social and environmental problems and brings attention to how the values of a liberal education provide a foundation for addressing these problems.
The series comprises public events, such as the February 11 lecture by Paul D. Miller '92, the composer, multimedia artist and writer best known under the persona, "DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid," as well as conversations with invited guests and workshops.