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This episode is a recording of the second panel of the day entitled Ethics and Working in a Diverse World. The panel was chaired by Bob Grand, Wabash College class of 1978 and Managing Partner of Barnes Thornburg LLP, and consisted of Leon Botstein, President of Bard College; Bobby Schnadel, Dean of the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University; David N. Shane, Wabash College class of 1970 & retired CEO of LDI, Ltd., LLC. The panel discussion centered around the question: How did each panelist benefit from the liberal arts for developing a deeper sense of ethics and the capacty to work effectively in a diverse world, and how would each change liberal arts education to make it more effective? (Episode 34)

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