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Spring 2003: ASPECTS OF INEQUALITY
February 7: Global Inequality, Julie Mughal and Paul Lakeland
Refugees, victims of violence and environmental degradation, the working poor of the world: all these groups and more are disproportionately affected by social, economic and political events, above all by the impact of the global market economy. This conversation will explore these and other issues of inequality on a global scale.
March 7: Inequality at Fairfield University?
A panel presentation featuring Will Johnson, Associate Vice-President and Dean of Student Life, and Corry Unis, Vice-President for Strategic Involvement, will unpack and examine some aspects of inequality on the Fairfield campus, including but not limited to financial aid, debt relief, affirmative action and culture and lifestyle issues. What is the reality, and what can we do about it?
April 11: Addressing Inequality: The Bellarmine Campus
An informational session on the new initiative in Bridgeport, presented by Kevin O’Brien, S.J., Dean and Executive Director of the Bellarmine Campus, and Nakia Letang, Director of Admissions for the Bellarmine Campus. How does this new venture relate to the issues of academic and social inequality?