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What Matters to Meir Kohn and Why

Kohn.jpgIf you are trying to answer the Jeopardy question of what Dartmouth professor a) has endless amounts of time for students, b) is a tough-as-nails teacher whose classes fill up instantly, c) runs weekly discussion groups almost every term where students review an interesting book, d) is the object of paeans in The D, and e) has a fine publishing record, look no further than today’s What Matters to Me and Why lecture by Professor Meir Kohn.

From: What Matters To Me And Why
Subject: Jewish Morality…and Economics

Jewish Morality…and Economics. What’s the connection?
Find out at today’s What Matters to Me and Why lunch discussion with Professor Meir Kohn ECON! He’ll be discussing Jewish Morality and Economics over free Collis soup from 12-1 at the Tucker Living Room.

Where: Tucker Foundation Living Room
When: Tuesday 5/22, 12pm
What: Collis Soup and Converstaion
Who: YOU and Professor Kohn
Why: Take a break in this final week of class and get to know a professor outside of the classroom over a delicious soup lunch! See you there!

For more information, contact WMTMW.


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