WAUKESHA, WIS.—Like the youth of generations past, Millennials are sensitive to social justice and how they can shape the future. Special guest Paul Loeb will encourage Carroll University students to embrace civic engagement during his visit Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014.
Loeb is an author, speaker, and social and political activist. His presentation will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Stackner Ballroom of the Campus Center, 101 N. East Ave., Waukesha. This event is free and open to the public.
Loeb has spent more than 30 years researching citizen responsibility and empowerment – asking what makes some people choose lives of social commitment, while others abstain. He is the author of "The Soul of a Citizen," "The Impossible Will Take a Little While," "Generation at the Crossroads," "Nuclear Culture," and "Hope in Hard Times." He lectures at conferences and colleges nationwide.
This event is part of Carroll University's yearlong exploration of Humanity, an exploration of how war, ethics, science, religion, hunger, abuse and lack of civility affect our humanity, both individually and collectively. For a complete list of Humanity events, visit http://www.carrollu.edu/events/humanity.asp.
For more information, contact the Rev. Bill Humphreys at email@example.com, or visit www.paulloeb.org.
About Carroll University
Carroll, Wisconsin's oldest four-year institution of higher learning, is an independent, co-educational comprehensive university grounded in the liberal arts tradition. Incorporated in 1846, it offers bachelor's degrees in 57 majors and master's degrees in business administration, education, exercise physiology, graphic communication, nursing, physician assistant studies and software engineering, as well as a clinical doctorate in physical therapy. For more information, visit www.carrollu.edu.