Jackson Center Events
Each semester, The Jackson Family Center for Ethics & Values sponsors events to engage the community in exploring how ethics and values affect our lives. While opportunity for new events is always a possibility, the Center's main events are Tea & Ethics and the Java Jabber. While not necessarily held each semester, the Center also has other series: Art & Social Justice, Community Conversations, and the Brown Bag Lunch. Also, in the fall of 2011 the Center, along with the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, began a series called Insights from World Religions.
UPCOMING EVENTS for the Spring 2013 Semester:
Stay tuned for the January Events flyers! For now, please check out the semester schedule here.
Wednesday, January 23rd at 4:30 p.m. - Java Jabber - Bryan Information Commons (Kimbel Library)
Discussing the ethics of the Confederate Flag.
Thursday, January 31st at 4:30 p.m. - Tea & Ethics - Johnson Auditorium
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