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Executive Vice President and Provost

Philosophy and Religion Hearst Lecture: Death-Qualifying the Jury, Constituting the People

"Death-Qualifying the Jury, Constituting the People," a lecture by Winnifred Sullivan, Professor of Religion and Affiliate Professor of Law at Indiana Univeristy, who will describe the jury’s distinctive role in the administration of the death penalty in the US. She will consider the effect of efforts by U.S. courts to secularize and rationalize the process by banning the Bible and biblical words from the death penalty trial and insisting on an entirely individualized decision by each juror. 

UNI Ed Summit: Inclusive Praxis for 21st Century Education: Advocacy, Challenges, and the Public Good

Designed for teachers, university faculty, policymakers and other education stakeholders, UNI’s 2017 Education Summit will explore the opportunities and challenges of 21st century education. The Summit will feature presentations, panels and dialogue sessions led by state, regional and national experts, including scholars and practitioners. Keynote speakers for the 2017 Ed Summit include LeDerick Horne and Lisa Delpit. Breakout session presenters will represent institutions of higher education in Iowa and nationwide, Iowa school districts and AEAs and education policy organizations.

UNI Ed Summit: Inclusive Praxis for 21st Century Education: Advocacy, Challenges, and the Public Good

Designed for teachers, university faculty, policymakers and other education stakeholders, UNI’s 2017 Education Summit will explore the opportunities and challenges of 21st century education. The Summit will feature presentations, panels, and dialogue sessions led by state, regional, and national experts, including scholars and practitioners. Keynote speakers for the 2017 Ed Summit will include LeDerick Horne and Lisa Delpit. Breakout session presenters will represent institutions of higher education in Iowa and nationwide, Iowa school districts and AEAs, and education policy organizations.

Teaching Research Ethics - Faculty RCR Workshop

Helen Harton will share tips and best practices for teaching the responsible conduct of research (RCR) to graduate and undergraduate students. This workshop will present the latest research findings on effective strategies for engaging students in active learning about ethical issues, and share resources, links to case studies and other information that will assist instructors in addressing research integrity in their courses and/or offering their own research integrity trainings and workshops. This session targets faculty members, but anyone interested in RCR education is welcome. Registration is required. (https://ethics.uni.edu/ethics-workshop-registration)

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