Please join Fels Institute of Government for a conversation with Richard Painter, who is the S. Walter Richey Professor of Corporate Law at the University of Minnesota and former chief ethics lawyer to President George W. Bush. He is also vice-chair of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW).Go to event
Grad Ben Talks
Join us for Grad Ben Talks, an afternoon of TED Talk-style presentations by Penn Arts & Sciences graduate students.
12 p.m. GROUP PRESENTATIONS
Does Phone Presence Disrupt Collaborative Performance?
Noah Beam, Bella Dai, Nathan Rosenstein, Paige Tomlinson, Ruiling Wen, and Cedric Whitney
Behavioral and Decision Sciences
Knowledge by the Slice
Philosophers have asked "What is race?" for centuries now without any consensus on an answer. In this talk, the U.S. government’s current definition will generate a novel answer to the more general question of what race is, and show that all former race theories have been radically incorrect.Go to event
Penn Lightbulb Café
Please join Fels Institute of Government for a conversation with Richard Cordray. Rich served for six years as the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. He was appointed by President Barack Obama and confirmed by a bipartisan vote of the Senate. Most recently, Rich was a candidate for Governor of Ohio in 2018.Go to event