CGI U 2013 at Washington University in St. Louis

Events Sponsored by the CGI U Programming Fund

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The events below support CGI U ideals and objectives and are sponsored by a gift from the CGI U Programming Fund.

MISI-ZIIBI: Living with the Great Rivers
Climate Adaptation Strategies in the Midwest River Basins

March 22–25
Keynote lecture, “The Room for the River Program in the Netherlands” featuring Dutch landscape architects, Friday, March 22 at 6:30 pm in Steinburg Auditorium.
Sponsored by Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, co-sponsored by Royal Netherlands Embassy, Washington, DC; I-CARES.
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Achieving a Fossil-Free Tomorrow
March 22, 4–6 pm • Seigle Hall, L006
Lecture featuring Prof. Willett Kempton, University of Delaware, with panel discussion to follow.
Presented by  the Washington University School of Law partnered with the WUSTL Sustainability Office, Green Action’s Fossil Free Wash U Campaign and Energy and Environmental Law Society.

Precious Knowledge — A Documentary On Revolutionary Education
March 25, 6 pm  January Hall 110
Annika Rodriquez Scholars Program; American Culture Studies
Moderated discussion following film viewing.
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Debt and Inequality
April 5th, 2 pm  Wilson 214
Lecture by Cornell University’s Dr. Louis Hyman.
Sponsored by the Center for the Humanities.
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Community Conversations
April 7, 6–8 pm • University United Methodist Church
A guided discussion on sustainability with students, faculty and staff, and neighbors. Sponsored by Office of Government and Community Relations; Office of Sustainability; Gephardt Institute for Public Service; WUSICE; Environmental Studies Program; and Residential Life.

A Tangled Web: Internet Censorship in Today’s World
April 9, 8 pm • DUC 276
Speaker Panel on the impact of internet censorship as a tool for national security. A follow-up facilitated conversation and advocacy session will follow on April 10, at 8 pm in DUC 276.
Sponsored by the International Leadership Program