CAH Events: by Category “Speaker/Lecture/Seminar”

  • Consul General of Morocco in New York: Poetry Session

    UCF Global - 121

    Join us for a session of creativity, music, and poetry with Mr. Abdelkader El Jamoussi, Consul General of Morocco in New York and a performance by Hassan Hakmoun. A diplomat, an author, and a poet, Mr. Jamoussi will shed the light on Arabic poetry, Arabic Haiku, and share some of his poetry.A diplomat, an author, and a poet, Mr. Jamoussi …

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  • Consul General of Morocco in New York: Poetry Session

    UCF Global: 101

    Join us for a session of creativity, music, and poetry with Mr. Abdelkader El Jamoussi, Consul General of Morocco in New York and a performance by Hassan Hakmoun. A diplomat, an author, and a poet, Mr. Jamoussi will shed the light on Arabic poetry, Arabic Haiku, and share some of his poetry. A diplomat, an author, and a poet, Mr. …

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  • Artist Panel with Ashley Taylor, Jason Burrell, and Chuck Abraham

    UCF Art Gallery and Virtual

    Join us for a lively discussion about the artists’ disciplines and backgrounds as they actively engage in research and professional practices as faculty of the University of Central Florida. This event will be hosted in person and virtually! This event is presented in association with the 2021 Faculty Exhibition. The UCF Art Gallery is proud to present a dynamic exhibition …

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  • Biotechnology and Global Health: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Virtual

    This talk is part of Ethically Speaking: A UCF Interdisciplinary Series on Contemporary Moral Issues. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has exposed myriad vulnerabilities and inequities in global health. One major lesson that the world must learn is how biotechnology and access to biotechnical infrastructure have impacted the course of the pandemic and the distribution of its burdens. Discussions of global-health …

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  • Quantification in Ethics

    Virtual

    This talk is part of Ethically Speaking: A UCF Interdisciplinary Series on Contemporary Moral Issues. Ethics is usually thought of as involving no quantification — it is about discussing principles and resolving dilemmas with arguments just in words. But many ethical decisions require a degree of quantification, precise or imprecise. Just because humans have an equal ethical worth (itself not …

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