will be produced in the Mayes Telecommunications Center (room 231
Rosenau Hall) and will be carried via closed-circuit video to the
Ibrahim Seminar Room (1301 McGavran-Greenberg Hall). A limited number
of seats in the Mayes Center (room 231, Rosenau) will also be available
for participants. The Videoconference is open to the public. Registration
is required but free.
in the studio (the Mayes Center) will be able to ask questions in
person, though when there are questions or comments from remote
sites we will give them priority. Participants viewing on closed-circuit
video will be able to ask questions/make comments by telephone,
fax, and e-mail (cell phone might be best!).
Since the studio audience is limited by the size of the Mayes Center
to about 22 participants and since it will be on camera, the studio
audience will be selected from among registered participants in
order to achieve a diversity of backgrounds, professions, experience,
etc. Also, studio participants are requested to be in their seats
by 1:15pm, stay for the entire session, and not bring food or drink
into the facility. Since the other room (1301 McGavran-Greenberg
Hall) is larger and more accessible, participants can enter and
exit more freely.