Several times each semester, The Parr Center for Ethics brings a distinguished speaker to campus to lead a discussion about an important ethical issue. A typical Parr Center Presents event lasts for an hour and a half; our guest speaker talks for about 45 minutes and then the audience asks questions in the time remaining. Recent topics of discussion include banking regulations, college athletics, immigration and refugees, and offensive humor.

The Parr Center Presents series is free and open to the public, and we provide pizza for all registered attendees. Please see our schedule for the next event in this series.

Kit Wellman presenting “The Ethics of Immigrant and Refugee Crises”

Starting Spring 2016, the Parr Center will now livestream events, with technology permitting, on YouTube. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to receive updates when events will be streamed.

2/16 The Ethics of Boycotts with Shelly Kegan (Philosophy, Yale) and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Philosophy, Duke)