Brown-Bag Discussions of Global Economic Crisis
February 26, March 13, and April 10, 2009
February 26, 2009
Is this really the worst it's been since the Great Depression? The first in a series of free, open-to-the-public, brown-bag discussions about the current economic crisis tackled that question. Under the title Comparing Political and Economic Circumstances at the Time of the Great Depression and Now, three SCC faculty members offered remarks and facilitated discussion with the audience. Participating from the college were Ken Lawson, Dean of Intra-American Studies and Social Sciences, economist Robert Francis and Director of the Global Affairs Center Larry Fuell, a political scientist.
March 13, 2009
The second in this series focused on the topic of social responses to economic crisis, featuring three SCC faculty members followed by discussion with the audience. Participating from the college were psychologist Diana Knauf, historian Amy Kinsel, and economist Tim Payne.
April 10, 2009
Discussion of healthcare during economic crisis. Participating from the college were Hermien Watkins, Allegra Klein, Christina Capone and Patti Kwok from the Nursing Department.