UPDATE, JUNE 23, 2017
Conversations That Move:
Does the solution to mounting chronic stress lie in simply creating more connections? Find out at Creative Tensions: Creating Connection in a Divided World in the Hines Room in the Kresge Building at 10:20 am. Creative Tensions is not a panel; it’s a conversation that moves. Moderated by IDEO’s Fred Dust, it’s a fresh approach to group dialogue that encourages openness and inspires empathy.
New session alert! Visit the Koch Tent at 5:30 pm to listen to 19th US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy on the Gun Violence Epidemic. Together, Judy Woodruff and Murthy will take on a national health crisis with a public health physician's thoughtful perspective.
Pause and Reflect:
Visit the Marble Garden to view the AIDS Memorial Quilt, a powerful visual reminder of the AIDS pandemic created by The Names Project Foundation to create a memorial for those who have died of AIDS, and thereby help people understand the devastating impact of the disease
Sign up with the concierge in Doerr-Hosier or the Ideas Pavilion to take part in Healthy Waters: A Journey up the Mississippi River with Pat Mitchell and Carrie Walton Penner as they discuss how the Walton Family Foundation has sought to restore the quality of the Mississippi River. Buses leave from the Limelight Hotel at 7:00 am tomorrow.
Off campus for lunch? Stop by the Limelight Hotel at 12:00 pm to hear Saketh Guntupalli discuss how cancer affects the physical and psychological components of intimacy.
What do women want and need in their health care? Tonight, Pat Mitchell, Vera Papisova, Willie J. Parker, Miriam Zola Pérez, and Teresa Younger discuss how to engage in reasoned dialogue to find common ground in the Hotel Jerome Ballroom at 7:30 pm.