June 30 | Alumni College Day San Francisco

The Georgetown University Alumni Association invites you to

Alumni College Day San Francisco

Saturday, June 30, 2012
University of San Francisco Fromm Hall
2497 Golden Gate Ave
San Francisco, CA 94118
Step away from your daily routine and return to the Georgetown classroom! Recreate your Georgetown experience with fellow alumni, parents, faculty members and friends. Consider a topic you never had time to explore as a student. Indulge in a day of intellectual engagement with your favorite Georgetown professors who will cover topics ranging from the ethics of health care reform to the legality of a military strike against Iran.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to connect to the intellectual pulse of Georgetown when it comes to the Bay Area. Tickets are $75 per person and $45 for young alumni (the classes of 2001-2011), which includes continental breakfast, three academic courses, a luncheon program and Mass. Early registration is encouraged as space is limited.
ALUMNI COLLEGE DAY CLASSES:
Transformative Science
Francis Slakey,
Upjohn Lecturer on Physics and Public Policy & Co-Director of the Program on Science in the Public Interest
Encountering the Past: History, Memory, and the New Queer Cinema
Dana Luciano, Associate Professor in the Department of English & Director of the Women's and Gender Studies Program
Effective Leadership and Teamwork: The Changing Nature of the Legal Profession
Heather E. Bock, Visiting Professor of Law & Executive Director of the Center for the Study of the Legal Profession
Los Estados de California: Latino Diversities and the Literatures of the Golden State
Ricardo Ortiz, Associate Professor & Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of English
Keynote Luncheon Panel:
The Ethics of Health Care Reform
Dr. Howard J. Federoff, Executive Vice President for Health Sciences & Executive Dean of the School of Medicine
Dr. Kiran Reddy, Principal of Third Rock Ventures
Rev. Kevin FitzGerald, S.J., Research Associate Professor in the Division of Biochemistry and Pharmacology in the Department of Oncology & the Dr. David P. Lauler Chair for Catholic Health Care Ethics
People, Not Patients: Understanding the Experience and Selfhood of People with Alzheimer's Disease
Steven R. Sabat, Professor in the Department of Psychology
A Military Strike on Iran and the Doctrine of Preemptive Self-Defense
Anthony Clark Arend, Professor in the Department of Government and Foreign Service & Director of the Master of Science in Foreign Service in Walsh School of Foreign Service
For more information or to register, please visit the Alumni College Day website.

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