About this Event
The Patrick J. Waide Center for Applied Ethics will host a Climate Teach-In, in connection with the annual Worldwide Teach-In on Climate and Justice organized by Bard College. Fairfield University will join the roster of more than 200 Teach-In events globally to generate thoughtful input from educators, students, faith leaders, and community members who are deeply concerned about climate change and our future. The University will host a multidisciplinary faculty panel discussion to address our world’s most pressing issues related to climate change and climate justice.
The panel will be introduced by Waide Center for Applied Ethics Distinguished Visiting Professional Richard E. Hyman and will include the following Fairfield University faculty members: Assistant Professor of the Practice of Finance Noradeen Farlekas, CFA, Assistant Professor of Physics Robert Nazarian, PhD, Chair and Professor of Counselor Education Dilani Perera, PhD, Director of Applied Ethics David Schmidt, PhD, and Associate Professor of Chemistry Kraig Steffen, PhD.