The Importance of Being Curious
Saturday, October 8, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT)
Rock Island, IL
8:30 am Continental breakfast - Olin Auditorium Lobby
9:00 am Introductory remarks
9:15 am Dag Blanck - "Gazing at the New World: On Being Curious About America"
9:45 am Diane Machatka - "What We Talk About When We Talk About University Planning"
10:30 am William Farrow - "Mission Based Finance and Its Role in Creating Better Communities"
11:00 am Jeff Baker - "National Energy Policy: The Power of Local Leadership"
11:45 am Jon Hurty - "The Improvisational Mind and Voice"
12:15 pm Lunch (Hanson Hall)
1:45 pm April Lidinsky & Ken Smith - "The Michiana Chronicles: Inquires into Everyday Life"
2:15 pm Jason Peters - "Curosity and the Keg"
3:00 pm Tom Tredway - "Nolan and Marx and Freud"
3:30 pm Dan Gottschling - "The Why and How of Biological Aging"
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