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    • Dennis Weaver lecture "Saving the planet is an inside job"

    • Environmental protection--Religious aspects; Nature--Effect of human beings on; Spiritual formation;
    • Noted actor and activist Dennis Weaver focuses on his concern for the environment and proposes that to heal the planet we must first heal the spiritual part of our being. Concludes with an interview of Mr. Weaver. Presented as a keynote address...
    • Millard Fuller lecture "The excitement is building"

    • Habitat for Humanity International, Inc.; Low-income housing; Self-help housing; Homeless persons
    • Millard Fuller, founder of Habitat for Humanity, presents his organization's concept of building homes on a no-profit, no interest basis as an economic solution for low-income families. He also speaks about the homeless and how to address their...
    • Kay Jamison lecture "Suicide and its prevention"

    • Suicide; Suicide--Prevention
    • Features psychiatry professor and author Kay Redfield Jamison, who shares her own experiences with depression, discusses what is known about suicide and its relation to mental illness, and offers ideas for suicide prevention. Includes almost 30...
    • Betty Edwards lecture "New ways to look at creative thinking"

    • Cerebral hemisphere; Creative thinking; Creative ability
    • Dr. Betty Edwards, Director of the Center for the Educational Applications of Brain Hemisphere Research, California State University, Long Beach, discusses the differences between the left and right brain and the need for both. Focuses on the...
    • James Burke lecture "Axmakers of the twenty-first century"

    • Science and civilization; Science--Social aspects; Technology and civilization; Technology--Social aspects; Event history analysis;
    • James Burke, Great Britain's foremost commentator on science and technology, maintains that history is the result of "nudges"--Small events which trigger monumental chain reactions that in turn determine the course of mankind. Beginning with the...

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