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2018 Paterno Fellows Forum Highlights

A recap of the Paterno Fellows Forum on March 27, 2018
by Rebecca Bennitt Apr 24, 2018
“What is the common good, and should we always promote it?"

The Paterno Fellows Program in the College of the Liberal Arts held its inaugural forum, "Paterno Fellows Forum: A Discussion Place of Ideas," at 7 p.m. on March 27 in Foster Auditorium, 102 Paterno Library. Each participant made a case addressing the question, "What is the common good, and should we always promote it?" The event was moderated by Christopher Moore, assistant professor, philosophy, and classics and ancient Mediterranean studies. 

Panelists: Brendan Bernicker, ’19 Paterno Fellow, Philosophy and Political Science; Jeremy Engels, Sherwin Early Career Professor in the Rock Ethics Institute, and Associate Professor, Communication Arts and Sciences; Michele Kennerly, Assistant Professor, Communication Arts and Sciences, and Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies; Emily Kohlman, ’18 Paterno Fellow, Russian and Journalism; Jonathan Marks, Associate Professor, Bioethics, Humanities, and Law, and Philosophy; Mark Sentesy, Assistant Professor, Philosophy, and Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies; Daniel Zahn, ’20 English, Philosophy, and Communication Arts and Sciences.