1. Peter Singer at Hood College

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    Peter Singer, philosopher and author of "The Life You Can Save," shares his views on ethics, morality how to make the world a better place.

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    • Webinar #6: Program Improvement and Accountability

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      Programs of Study Principle #6: Program Improvement & Accountability, presented by OCCRL researcher Natasha Jankowski

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      • OCCRL Pathways to Results (PTR) Webinar

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        OCCRL's first Webinar on Pathways to Results (PTR), presented Thursday, May 20, 2010 at 11AM CDT. Panelists included Diana Glosser, from Lake Land College, Sherry Hott, from Southwestern Illinois…

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        • OCCRL Programs of Study Webinar: Lessons Shared by P-20 Education Leaders

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          OCCRL’s Webinar on Programs of Study (POS), presented Thursday, June 10, 2010 at 11AM CDT. This webinar highlighted the efforts of a local partnership of secondary and postsecondary educators to…

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          • ICCB Local Implementation Grants and Pathways to Results Webinar

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            • OCCRL Webinar: Phase 4, Process Improvement

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              • "Wench" lecture with Dolen Parkins-Valdez

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                Dolen Perkins-Valdez wrote the acclaimed novel "Wench," which tells the story of four black enslaved women in the years preceding the Civil War. In her debut novel, Perkins-Valdez explores the moral…

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                • Uncovering History

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                  Professor Emilie Amt is a historian whose research focuses on medieval women. For her, the most exciting part of research is the detective work, putting the pieces together and seeking out answers…

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                  • The Academies of Nashville: Redesigning High Schools Using Career Clusters

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                    In 2006, the Metropolitan Nashville (TN) Public Schools (MNPS) began redesigning its zoned high schools around career clusters. The Academies of Nashville include three elements: a small learning…

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                    • OCCRL Webinar: Phase 5, Review and Reflection

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