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Aurelius Scholars Present Martin Luther King Discussion

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Posted: Friday Jan 20, 2012

January 20, 2012

The Alex G. McKenna School of Business, Economics, and Government’s Aurelius Scholars in Western Civilization Program presented an academic interdisciplinary roundtable discussion on January 19 at the Fred M. Rogers Center on the Saint Vincent College campus. The roundtable, Reflections on Martin Luther King’s Legacy, included presentations by four members of the Saint Vincent College faculty. Dr. Jason Jividen, right, assistant professor of politics, director of the Aurelius Scholars program and a fellow in civic and constitutional affairs in the Center for Political and Economic Thought, served as moderator of the program. Faculty speakers, from left, were Dr. Michael P. Krom, assistant professor of philosophy; Dr. Thaddeus Coreno, associate professor of sociology; Dr. Bradley C.S. Watson, Philip M. McKenna Chair of American and Western Political Thought and professor of politics; and Dr. Timothy Kelly, professor of history.

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