SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Kimberly Mariani, Chief Advancement Officer, and her team,
for hosting the reception.
Ginger Sheridan, ...
Truth:   
Have It Your Way 

Presenters and Topics:
Ma hew Groe, PhD
Associate Professor of Philosophy 
Rethinking the Sea...
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Jacksonville University College of Arts & Sciences Truth Panel Discussion

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A Jacksonville University College of Arts & Sciences panel discussion Feb. 27 focuses on getting at “The Truth.”

Topics on everything from “Truth in Education” to “Personal Truth” to “News is Not the Truth!” will be presented and addressed by JU faculty members.
TRUTH: HAVE IT YOUR WAY

Presenters and Topics:

Rethinking the Search for Truth -- Matthew Groe, PhD., Associate Professor of Philosophy

Truth in Education: Is It on the Syllabus? -- Steven Davis, PhD., Associate Professor of Education

It’s Just a Theory -- Jeremy Stalker, PhD., Assistant Professor of Marine Science

News is Not the Truth! -- Keith Saliba, PhD., Assistant Professor of Communication

Personal Truth: A Modern Oxymoron -- Nathan Rousseau, PhD., Associate Professor of Sociology

The Liar’s Paradox -- Capt. Herb Hadley, JU NROTC Unit Commanding Officer

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Jacksonville University College of Arts & Sciences Truth Panel Discussion

  1. 1. SPECIAL THANKS TO: Kimberly Mariani, Chief Advancement Officer, and her team, for hosting the reception. Ginger Sheridan, Associate Professor of Photography, for her support and assistance to the photography students College of Arts and Sciences PRESENTS: Students whose artwork is displayed: Alyssa Stevenson Andrew Carroll Austin Weaver Arelis Resto Cortney Tarell Laura Walter Ryan Montez           Brittany Bush, Jacksonville University Film Student, for designing and showing the background images for the presentations. Thank you to the all those who worked behind the scenes to make this event such a success. Have it your way
  2. 2. Truth:    Have It Your Way  Presenters and Topics: Ma hew Groe, PhD Associate Professor of Philosophy  Rethinking the Search for Truth    Panel Discussion  Thursday, February 27, 2014  Terry Concert Hall  6:30 to 8:30 pm  Join us for a viewing of the artwork inspired by the topics and a reception prior to the program. 5:30 to 6:30 pm.   Steven Davis, PhD Associate Professor of Educa on,  Truth in Educa on: Is It on the Syllabus?   Jeremy Stalker, PhD Assistant Professor of Marine Science,  It’s Just a Theory    Assistant Professor of Communica on, Keith Saliba, PhD       News is not the Truth!    Associate Professor of Sociology, Nathan Rousseau, PhD    Personal Truth: A Modern Oxymoron.    NROTC Unit Commanding Officer, Capt. Herb Hadley       The Liar’s Paradox    The Moderator for the evening will be Douglas M. Hazzard, PhD Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
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