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"Ethical Leadership" Course Features Gardner

In the spring of 2016, Boston University offered a MOOC (massive open online course) on “Ethical Leadership: Character, Civility, and Community” taught by Dr. 76 more words

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Journalism and Disinterestedness

What does it mean for a journalist to be “disinterested”? What is the purpose of maintaining a disinterested stance for journalism as a profession? Is there a time when journalists should break with disinterestedness as a value and voice an opinion? 85 more words

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Is Philanthropy a Profession?

Howard Gardner has released two posts on his blog “The Professional Ethicist” via The Good Project about the philanthropy sector.

In these two pieces, Gardner outlines several different types of philanthropic giving strategies, some current trends in the sector, and his thoughts on whether philanthropy is a professional domain.  28 more words

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2 Convicted Felons Arrested in Drug Investigation

On August 3, 2016 the La Crosse Police Department Investigative staff executed a search warrant at 1804 Loomis Street as part of an ongoing drug investigation. 163 more words

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Does Practice Make Perfect?

Is it a perennial question: are we born with advantages that allow us to become experts or geniuses in particular areas, is it all up to the training we receive, or is it a combination of both? 151 more words

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Gardner Presents at BbWorld Live 2016

In July 2016, Howard Gardner gave a virtual talk at the annual BbWorld Live conference, a convention organized by educational technology company BlackBoard and held this year in Las Vegas, NV. 61 more words

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Warrant Leads to Heroin & Hand Guns with Missing Serial #'s

On July 12, 2016 the La Crosse Police Department investigative staff and Emergency Response Team executed search warrants at three separate locations as part of an ongoing drug investigation. 210 more words

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