Christmas Party: Alumni and Friends
12/06/2018 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Join us from 5-7pm in the Fortin Science Center's Scola for a light dinner, a no-host bar, children's crafts and a visit from Santa Claus. RSVP by December 3 to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Cynthia in the Alumni Office at (406) 447-5185.
Fortin Science Center
Philosophy Symposium: Landowner & Habitat Relationships
12/06/2018 - 6:30pm to 10:00pm
This interactive Q & A-style symposium is PART 2 (of a 3-part series) on the environment, ethics & conservation stewardship and features a distinguished panel of invited guest speakers from a variety of disciplines.
This evening symposium will be held in the Simperman Hall Amphitheatre from 6:30pm-10pm at Carroll College and be facilitated by Chris Fuller, PhD, Associate Professor of Theology and Director for Hunthausen Center for Peace & Justice, Carroll College.
In this gathering, we will be exploring philosophical and other perspectives relative to landowner/steward and wildlife/habitat relationships, including ranching and agricultural relationships. Invited speakers will briefly address the theme and then open the symposium up to general, free-flowing discussion.
Free and open to the public. Students at the high school and college level and the Helena community are invited! For more information visit the Merlin website.
**Thank you to the Carroll College Philosophy Department, Humanities Montana & Plato: Philosophy Learning & Teaching Organization for helping us provide this symposium series to the Helena community!***
About the Merlin 2018-2019 Philosophy Symposium Series
The Merlin 2018-2019 Philosophy Symposium Series will be looking at numerous philosophical issues and perspectives related to ethics, the environment, and conservation stewardship, ranging from: public vs. private land (including individual, collective rights, other) landowner-wildlife and habitat relationships (including agricultural and ranching relationships), and current and future environmental/conservation challenges
Each symposium in this series will feature 5-6 guest panelists (from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds) and a facilitator. Panelists will speak for approx. 10 minutes each and then the forum will be opened up to free-flowing audience-panelist Q & A.
This symposium series is free to the public and will be held at Carroll College in the Lower Campus Center or Simperman Hall on:
Students at the high school & college level and Helena community members are invited! More information — including panelist details, specific topic of discussion, and more can be found at our website.
Sponsored by the Carroll College Philosophy Department.