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Big Little Man: In Search of My Asian Self

Program for June 29, 2014 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Haag Hall, Room 301 Alex Tizon Author of Big Little Man: In Search of my Asian Self (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2014). Pulitzer Price-winning journalist, wrote for The Los … Continue reading

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Guilt: Easier to Prove than Innocence

Program for June 22, 2014 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Haag Hall, Room 301 Jeffrey Humfeld, producer of Jaws of Justice Radio, KKFI (9 am Mondays)

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Ageism in the United States: A looming Threat to Our Social Security and Medicare

Program for June 15, 2014 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Haag Hall, Room 301 David E Kingsley, Ph. D., Professor of Statistics (retired) at KU Med Center, Department of Health Policy and Management

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Prairie Politics: Our Opportunity to Survive

Program for June 8, 2014 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Haag Hall, Room 301 Ben Kjelshus, MSW in Community Organization from UMC, Founder of KC Food Circle and longtime green activist,Dee Berry, taught General Systems Theory at UMKC … Continue reading

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CRITICAL RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Daily Life in Ancient Israel, Economy, Social Institutions, Religious Institutions, Archeology of Palestine, History of Ancient Israel and Neighboring Nations (2nd in a series)

Program for June 1, 2014 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Haag Hall, Room 301 Eric Dollard, Religious Scholar View the PowerPoint of Eric’s talk: BBL-SESSION 2

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Fiscal Austerity: Medieval Medicine for Economic Ills

Program for May 25, 2014 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Haag Hall, Room 301 James Webb, Economics Department and Social Science Consortium, UMKC and CoR President We don’t have enough money to do … (whatever) — the economic … Continue reading

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Monarch Butterfly Conservation: The Challenges of Mitigation

Program for May 18, 2014 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Haag Hall, Room 301 Orley “Chip” Taylor, Director of Monarch Watch Biological Survey, University of Kansas

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Aging and Metabolic Disease: How Protein Modifications Regulate Cellular Energy Production

Program for May 11, 2014 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Haag Hall, Room 301 Chad Slawson, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry at Kansas University Medical Center. Two PDF articles: Link between diabetes and cancer and 2010 Slawson

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CRITICAL RELIGIOUS STUDIES: “Hey Mathew, How goes it?” Some thoughts on the historical critical method and Gospel of Mathew

Program for May 4, 2014 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Haag Hall, Room 301 Don Bell, retired Presbyterian Minister, Biblical scholar

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Placing Animals: Exploring How Geographers Study Human-Animal Relations

Program for April 27, 2014 1:00 pm till 3:00 pm, at UMKC, Haag Hall, Room 301 Julie Urbanik, Ph. D., Associate Teaching Professor, Department of Geosciences, UMKC,  author of, Placing Animals: An Introduction to the Geography of Human-Animal Relations, which … Continue reading

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