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Global Legacies of Non-Violence

Global Legacies of Non-Violence

From Mahatama Gandhi to Martin Luther King, Jr.

April 17-18, 2008
Oakton Community College
Ray Hartstein Campus
7701 N. Lincoln Ave.
Skokie, IL

Keynote Speaker:

Dr. Clayborne Carson
Professor of History, Stanford University
Director, Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute


Schedule Overview (pdf of full program)

Thursday, April 17

1:00 - 2:00 pm - Opening Plenary Discussion: "In Our Time of War and Terror: Listening to The Soul-Force of Mahatma Gandhi and the Freedom Song of Martin Luther King, Jr. Today."
Introduction and Facilitation: Dr. Madhuri Deshmukh

2:15 - 3:15 pm - Breakout Session 1

3:30 - 4:30 pm - Breakout Session 2

4:45 - 5:45 pm - Poster Session and Reception

6:00 - 8:00 pm - Keynote Speaker (open to public)
Dr. Clayborne Carson
Professor of History, Stanford University
Director, Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
Respondent: Dr. Prithvi Datta Chandra Shobhi

8:30 pm - Dinner organized at local Indian restaurant (cost not included)

Friday, April 18

9:00 - 10:00 am - Plenary Session: "Gandhi on Truth and Non-violence"
Dr. Prithvi Datta Chandra Shobhi
Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities
San Francisco State University

10:15 - 11:15 am - Plenary Session: "Experiencing & Living Peace: Personal Choices to Promote World Peace"
Prasad Gollanapalli, M.Com, LL.M., M.A.
General Secretary of Andhra Pradesh Sarvodaya Mandal, Hyderabad, the primary Gandhian organization in the State.

11:30 - 12:30 pm - Closing Plenary Discussion: Legacies of Non-Violence: A Nation at War

12:45 - 2:00 pm - Lunch (included in registration fee) and Closing Roundtable Discussions

Alumni Profile

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After dropping out of Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Nick Frankel embarked on a soul-searching journey.

 

IMPORTANT DATES


February 14
Last day to withdraw from 16-week courses and have course dropped from record*.

February 15
Presidents Day holiday, College closed.

February 16
Last day to change to audit for 16-week courses.

February 28
Incomplete (I) grades from fall 2015 semester for which faculty have not submitted final grades will become an "F" after this date.

March 11
Last day for filing Graduation Petitions.

March 14 -20
Spring Break

March 21
Classes resume after Spring Break.

March 23
Registration opens for summer 2016 semester.

March 27
Last day to withdraw with a "W" from 16-week courses; Students will receive a grade in all courses in which they are enrolled after March 29.

April 6
Registration opens for fall 2016 semester.


Full Academic Calendar