24 hours of fundraising activities to bring the Carlow community together to philanthropically support the University.
Students from ED728 (Interdisciplinary Models) and their instructors will come along this day to observe and assist with the teaching of the workshop to CLS students.
Sponsored by the Atkins Center for Ethics, Kashmir Hill, a journalist at The New York Times and the author of YOUR FACE BELONGS TO US, will speak about the looming tech dystopia and how it can avoided.
A public reading for the Dionne’s Story Project. Dionne White was an undergraduate student who was a victim of domestic violence that ultimately took her life. Because Dionne suffered in silence, her classmates and professors never knew that she needed help. Dionne’s Project was started to raise awareness about domestic violence.