2016-17: Inequality

The Conversations on Morality, Politics, and Society (COMPAS) program for 2016-17 focuses on the theme of Inequality. “Moral concern with inequality is about far more than economic inequalities,” said CEHV Director Don Hubin. “It is also about political, legal, educational, and health inequalities and how these interact with each other. And it’s about how these inequalities connect with underlying issues of race, gender, ethnicity, religion, LGBTQ status, geography, and other factors.” The 2016-17 program explores the complex ways in which inequalities in resources, opportunity, and treatment—for example, along lines of class, race, and gender—can produce or reinforce unequal outcomes in areas as diverse as health outcomes, criminal justice policy and practices, and political power. 
 

COMPAS Conferences

Each COMPAS program is able to support two conferences, one in the fall and one in the spring.
 


COMPAS Sponsored Events

The COMPAS program this year is able to sponsor a number of special events. These include helping to bring some of the leading global voices for inequality to campus as well hosting a photo contest and a giving games!


Inequality related university events

Throughout the university, many events are being held related to the COMPAS theme of Inequality. COMPAS regularly co-sponsors and advertises these events in an effort to bring further University resources to the forefront of the COMPAS conversation.
 
First Year Experience: Success Series
 
  • October 4, 2016
    Buckeye Book Community
    Wes Moore, Author of The Other Wes Moore
     
  • National Issues Forums
    Common Ground for Action
    Developed by NIF and the Kettering Foundation
    Series of moderated online student forums on the topic of economic inequality
Wexner Center for the Arts
 

Other University Life Events

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