Monday, November 18, UF Reitz Union, Rion Ballroom, 9:30am-3:30pm
In this capstone poster fair, students from across the UF Intersections on Ethics in the Public Sphere fall 2019 course cluster presented posters reflecting their group research and analysis of the ethical dimensions of contemporary public issues. Courses represented include: Feminist Philosophy (PHM3123), Philosophy of Education (PHM3600), Sustainability and Religion (REL2071), Religion and Food (REL3108), and Ethics in America (REL3171). Poster topics included gender equity, sustainability, food, immigration, race, education reform, and religious pluralism.
Student poster presentations were throughout the day, and student posters were available for viewing all day. All poster fair participants and visitors were invited to participate in voting for the “Audience Choice” award for best poster, and a second award will be given for “Professors’ Choice” of best poster. People explored how we can tackle complex issues in our communities, teach ethics across the curriculum, and learn more about the experiences of being an Intersections Scholar in Ethics in the Public Sphere.
The event was free and open to all UF students, faculty, staff, and members of the public.