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Fall 2008

A lecture presented by Dr. C. Timothy Monroe, Director, Forsyth County Department of Public Health

September 11, 2008
4:00 pm in Bryan Room 160

Title: "Health Care as Eminent Domain - The Myth of a Market Solution"

Dr. Monroe is a native of North Carolina, and received his BA (Religion), MD, and MPH (Maternal and Child Health) degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He received his pediatric residency training at the East Carolina University School of Medicine at Pitt County Memorial Hospital and is a Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatrics. Since completing his education and training, he has pursued a career in public health. He served as the Pee Dee I District Medical Director in Florence, South Carolina for two years and as the Pitt County Health Director in Greenville, NC for nearly 10 years. He served for five years as an epidemiologist for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment in Topeka, KS. He returned to North Carolina in June of 2001 to assume responsibilities as the Forsyth County Health Director.

A lecture presented by Mr. Wade Maki

October 2, 2008
4:00 pm in Bryan Room 160

Title:  Ethical Challenges of International Business: Cases from Around the Globe

As a lecturer in the philosophy department at the University of North Carolina Greensboro, Wade Maki’s research interests focus on designing cases to challenge students’ moral reasoning abilities and constructing interactive learning activities. Wade earned his Masters degree in Applied Ethics from Bowling Green State University, regularly teaches PHI 361 - Ethical Issues in Business, and has created numerous learner-centered online courses.