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Thursday, March 31, 2005
Welcome - Dr. Arri Eisen - Director, Program in Science & Society
Introduction - Dr. James W. Wagner - President, Emory University
Keynote Speaker - Dr. G. Wayne Clough - President, Georgia Institute of Technology
Response Panel Members:
Dr. Jacqueline Echols - Spokesperson for the Clean Streams Task Force
Ms. Dell MacGregor - Chairperson, Dekalb Soil and Water Conservation District
Mr. Bryan Hager - Director of the Georgia Chapter of the Sierra Club
Dr. John Krige - (moderator) - Kranzberg Professor, School of History, Technology and Society at Georgia Tech, and Visiting Nat C. Robertson Distinguished Professor of Science & Society at Emory
Friday, April 1, 2005
Session Leaders from Emory University
Peggy Barlett - Anthropology - Summary
Maria Mercedes Carrion - Spanish and Portuguese - "Water is Sacred"
Arri Eisen - Biology - Welcome and Summary
Lance Gunderson - Environmental Studies - "Water and Politics"
Anne Hall - Environmental Studies - "Teaching Water Across Disciplines"
John Krige - Visiting Nat C. Robertson Distinguished Professor - Moderator
Roxani Margariti - Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies - "Water as Sacred"
Christine Moe - Rollins School of Public Health - "Water and Disease"
Mary Elizabeth Moore - Theology - 'Water as Sacred"
Gordon Newby - Middle Eastern & South Asian Studies - "Water and Politics"
Bobbi Patterson - Religion - "Water as Sacred"
Rick Rheingans - Rollins School of Public Health - Water and Disease"
Jack Zupko - Philosophy - "Teaching Water Across Disciplines"
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