The second in a series of free, open-to-the-public, brown-bag discussions about the current economic crisis will take place at 12:30 p.m., Friday, March 13, in the Quiet Dining Room (9208) of the PUB (near the visitor parking lot) at Shoreline Community College.
The topic of this discussion is social responses to economic crisis, and will feature three SCC faculty members followed by discussion with the audience. Participating from the college are psychologist Diana Knauf, historian Amy Kinsel, and economist Tim Payne.
Future brown-bag discussions, resuming in April, will explore aspects of the economic crisis, including business and labor; energy, food and other natural resource issues; healthcare and humanitarian assistance; and immigration and refugee issues.
These sessions are being organized by the Global Affairs Center and the Worldly Philosophers’ & Dismal Scientists’ Society (WP&DSS) student club at Shoreline Community College. For more information, contact Larry Fuell at 206-546-4624. http://www.shoreline.edu/collegemaps.html.
Shoreline Community College is located at 16101 Greenwood Avenue North, just west of Aurora Avenue and north of Seattle city limits. For directions and maps to the college: