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Observe an Award Winning Teacher: Dr. Alida Liberman

Observe an Award Winning Teacher: Dr. Alida Liberman

Observe Dr. Alida Liberman, a 2023 Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Award winner, instruct the 30-50 students enrolled in her PHIL 1318: Contemporary Moral Problems class. This undergraduate class session will consider animal ethics using a combination of lecture and student discussion. Students will participate in a thought experiment using non-traditional readings including a short story. For more information about the class, see the course description below. Note: only one person may register to observe this class session. You will receive the classroom location after registering.

Course description: Moral problems and ethical dilemmas surround us: in our schools and workplaces, in our homes and families, and in the news and politics. In this course, we’ll begin to reflect on ethical problems in a systematic and thorough way. We’ll learn some tools for helping us do this (ethical theories) and use these to grapple with some important contemporary issues we’re faced with, including global poverty, abortion, animal ethics, climate change, justice, and more.

Date:
Thursday, March 21, 2024
Time:
11:00am - 12:20pm
Categories:
Center for Teaching Excellence  

Registration is required. There is 1 seat available.

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