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February 2016

FVCC Honors Symposium Lecture Series: “The Religious Beliefs of America’s Founders”

February 15 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Large Community Room, Arts & Tecnology Building, Room 139,
777 Grandview Drive
Kalispell,MT59901United States
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Honors Sypmposium

The Flathead Valley Community College Honors Symposium offers FVCC students and members of the community five opportunities in February and March to hear experts address various topics that support this year’s theme, “Dividing Lines: Why Good People are Divided by Politics, Religion, Race and Gender.”  The college brings these free lectures to the community to provide credible and substantive information on important topics of public interest. Dr. Gregg Frazer - Professor of History & Political Science, The Master’s College -…

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FVCC Honors Symposium Lecture Series: “Race, Religion and Gender in Early American Politics ”

February 25 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Large Community Room, Arts & Tecnology Building, Room 139,
777 Grandview Drive
Kalispell,MT59901United States
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Honors Sypmposium

Clay Jenkinson The Flathead Valley Community College Honors Symposium offers FVCC students and members of the community five opportunities in February and March to hear experts address various topics that support this year’s theme, “Dividing Lines: Why Good People are Divided by Politics, Religion, Race and Gender.”  The college brings these free lectures to the community to provide credible and substantive information on important topics of public interest. Mr. Clay Jenkinson - Humanities scholar and Director of Dakota Sky Education,…

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March 2016

FVCC Honors Symposium Lecture Series: “The Secret Psychological Influence of Expectations for Agreement: Do Conformity Pressures Ultimately Create a Happy or a Divided Society?”

March 2 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Large Community Room, Arts & Tecnology Building, Room 139,
777 Grandview Drive
Kalispell,MT59901United States
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Honors Sypmposium

Luke Conway The Flathead Valley Community College Honors Symposium offers FVCC students and members of the community five opportunities in February and March to hear experts address various topics that support this year’s theme, “Dividing Lines: Why Good People are Divided by Politics, Religion, Race and Gender.”  The college brings these free lectures to the community to provide credible and substantive information on important topics of public interest. Dr. Luke Conway - Associate Professor of Psychology, The University of Montana…

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FVCC Honors Symposium Lecture Series: “Thinking About Race and Religion (Together)”

March 10 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Large Community Room, Arts & Tecnology Building, Room 139,
777 Grandview Drive
Kalispell,MT59901United States
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Honors Sypmposium

Nancy Wadsworth The Flathead Valley Community College Honors Symposium offers FVCC students and members of the community five opportunities in February and March to hear experts address various topics that support this year’s theme, “Dividing Lines: Why Good People are Divided by Politics, Religion, Race and Gender.”  The college brings these free lectures to the community to provide credible and substantive information on important topics of public interest. Dr. Nancy Wadsworth - Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Denver…

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FVCC Honors Symposium Lecture Series: “Divided (and Righteous) We Stand: Psychological Insights on How Group Membership and Moral Values Lead to Conflict, and What We Can Do About It”

March 17 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Large Community Room, Arts & Tecnology Building, Room 139,
777 Grandview Drive
Kalispell,MT59901United States
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Honors Sypmposium

Kate Johnson The Flathead Valley Community College Honors Symposium offers FVCC students and members of the community five opportunities in February and March to hear experts address various topics that support this year’s theme, “Dividing Lines: Why Good People are Divided by Politics, Religion, Race and Gender.”  The college brings these free lectures to the community to provide credible and substantive information on important topics of public interest. Ms. Kate Johnson - Ph.D. Candidate, Values, Ideology and Morality Research Laboratory,…

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FVCC Honors Symposium Lecture Series: “How the Constitution Should Unite Us on Politics, Religion, Race, and Gender”

March 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Large Community Room, Arts & Tecnology Building, Room 139,
777 Grandview Drive
Kalispell,MT59901United States
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Honors Sypmposium

Leslie Griffin The Flathead Valley Community College Honors Symposium offers FVCC students and members of the community five opportunities in February and March to hear experts address various topics that support this year’s theme, “Dividing Lines: Why Good People are Divided by Politics, Religion, Race and Gender.”  The college brings these free lectures to the community to provide credible and substantive information on important topics of public interest. Dr. Leslie Griffin - William S. Boyd Professor of Law, University of…

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