Thursday, April 11: Manuel Vargas, University of San Francisco, Philosophy and Law School
Negligence and Responsibility
Location: Schulz 3001, 1:30-3:00
Most Mondays at 1 and Thursdays at 5: Philosophy Club
Ongoing: a variety of events in SSU's Water Works series
Wednesday, February 6, 4 PM: The Center for Ethics, Law, and Society Inaugural Lecture
Judge Brad Seligman: Big Law, Small Law: Old and New Civil Rights in the 21st Century
Come join us hear Judge Seligman, SSU alum and accomplished class action civil rights lawyer, speak about civil rights! Judge Seligman's talk will help us officially open the Center. Wine and cheese reception to follow.
Location: Ives 101 (Warren Auditorium).
Wednesday, March 27: Title IX events
Gender Equity Concerns Workshop for Students and Community Members, 4:30-6 pm in the Cooperage.
Donna Lopiano “Gender Equity and Title 9: It Isn’t Just About Sports," 7:30 pm The Cooperage
- Dr. Lopiano has served for 18 years as the University of Texas at Austin Director of Women’s Athletics and is a past-president of the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. During her tenure at Texas, she constructed what many believed to be the premiere women’s athletics program in the country; twice earning the top program in the nation award. Recognized as one of the foremost national experts on gender equity in sport, Dr. Lopiano has testified about Title IX and gender equity before three Congressional committees and served as a consultant to the U.S. Office for Civil Rights Department of Health, Education and Welfare Title IX Task Force. The Sporting News has repeatedly listed her as one of “The 100 Most Influential People in Sports.”
Gender Equity Issues Workshop for Faculty, Staff, Coaches and Administrators, 10-11:30 am in Schulz 3001
Friday, April 5: Frank Wu, Chancellor and Dean, Hastings School of Law
2-3 PM: Q & A about law school with Frank Wu, the Dean and Chancellor of Hastings. Co-sponsored by CELS and the Pre-Law Society. Carson 56