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2011-2012 Extracurricular Programming Theme

Making the World a Better Place

Making the World
a Better Place

Fall 2011 Extracurricular Programs

Click here for the membership of the 2011-12 HHC Extracurricular Programs Planning Committee.

* New programs will be added as arrangements are confirmed *

Special-price Tickets to Opening-night Opera Performances at the MAC
Wednesday, August 31: HHC Extracurricular Programs Volunteer Call-out Meeting!
Tuesday, September 6: Memories: Personal and Cultural
An Informal Conversation with the celebrated
Canadian photographer Yuri Dojc and British Filmmaker Katya Krausova
Thursday, September 8: Honors Night at the Museum
Ancient Asia Through Art and Music
HHC Mixer at the IU Art Museum Coffeehouse Night
Sunday, September 11: 9/11 After Ten Years: How Has the world Changed?
Campus Gathering for National Coverage and Conversation
Tuesday, Sept. 13: Debating REAL-WORLD ETHICAL Issues
Wednesday, September 14: HHC Round-table Discussion: Closing the Food Gap in the Land of Plenty
with Mark Winne, author of Food Rebels, Guerrilla Gardeners, and Smart-Cookin' Mamas
Thursday, September 15: Congressional Oversight of Intelligence
Conversation with Former 9/11 Commissioner Bob Kerrey
Tuesday, September 20: The Coal Truth
Tour of the IU Coal Plant
Thursday, September 22: The Musical Arts Center Tour
Behind-the-scenes, Onstage, and Backstage Tour as it prepares for Mozart's Così fan tutte
Friday, September 23: Lunch with Lotus Band
Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino
Friday, September 30, 2011: Seeking Asylum: Refugee Deportation in the U.S.
with Hope Karekezi, Political Activist and Christie Popp, director of the Immigrants and Language Rights Center
Thursday, October 6, 2011: How the Fuel Cell Could Save Civilization
with Ben Brabson, IU Professor Emeritus of Physics
Tuesday, October 11: The Ethics of Armageddon
Moral Issues in the Threat and Use of Nuclear Weapons
Lecture by author Ron Rosenbaum
Thursday, October 13: "living the good life" with Mark Albion,
Social Entrepreneur, Former Harvard Business School Professor, Best-selling Author, and Co-founder of Net Impact
Thursday, October 13: Don't Be Fuelish
Film screening of the highly acclaimed 2008 documentary "Fuel"
Tuesday, October 18: ICYIZERE:Hope
Film Screening, Lecture, and Dessert/Fireside Chat with Documentary Filmmaker
Patrick Mureithi
Friday, October 21 - Saturday October 22: Restorative Justice Workshop
Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences
Tuesday, October 25: Panel Discussion:
NO CLEAR Answer? or NUCLEAR Solution?
Wednesday, November 2: An Undergraduate Lunch with 1999 Nobel Laureate in Physics
Gerardus 't Hooft
Wednesday, November 2: Public Lecture by Madeleine Albright
Former Secretary of State and Current Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy
Thursday, November 3: An Undergraduate Discussion Lunch with
Australian Bioethicist and Legal Scholar Belinda Bennett
Professor at the University of Sydney Law School
Thursday, November 3: CALL-OUT MEETING for February's
Arts Showcase and Gala

sponsored by The Hutton Honors College and the Hudson & Holland Scholars Program
Friday, November 4: Undergraduate Discussion Breakfast with Vaughn Walker
Former Federal District Court Judge
Tuesday, November 8: Informal Undergraduate Supper with Ray Jackendoff
Cognitive Scientist, Linguist, and Philosopher
Thursday, November 10: Informal Undergraduate Supper with Nancy Sherman
Author of
The Untold War: Inside the Hearts, Minds and Souls of our Soldiers
Saturday, November 12: Decision-making Workshop on
Energy Policy and Climate Change
with HHC Dean and SPEA Professor Matt Auer
Thursday, December 1: Family, Faith, & Food
a storytelling event with
Professor Ray Hedin
Tuesday, December 6: The Eurozone In Crisis
A Primer on What the Eurozone Is and A Discussion of Why It Matters with
Professor Martin C. Spechler
Friday, December 9: The Art of War and The Art of Revolution,
including Special Exhibition: Photographs of Street Painting from Cairo's Arab Spring


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