3rd Annual David C. Lincoln Ethics Symposium
The Ethics of Cheating: Cheaters and victims in today’s society

Wednesday, Oct. 24
9 a.m. – noon
Tempe Center for the Arts
Free, but with limited seating
RSVP to KellyOBrien@asu.edu

Panel discussion featuring:

Sharon Bramlett-Solomon, Lincoln Fellow of Media and Culture
Cheating minorities in media

John Carter McKnight, Lincoln Fellow of Ethics in Sustainable Education and Synthetic Reality
Cheating in video games

Daniel Rothenberg, Lincoln Fellow of Ethics and International Human Rights Law
Cheating in international human rights

Braden Allenby, Lincoln Professor of Engineering and Ethics
In praise of cheating

The panelists’ remarks will be followed by an interactive audience-panel discussion and closing remarks from David C. Lincoln, founder of the Lincoln Center. Peter French, professor and director, Lincoln Center, will serve as master of ceremonies.

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