Our first event involved randomly-sampled students and interested individuals who came together on November 19th, 2005 to talk about campus diversity and moral values in private and public life (with an emphasis on file-sharing copyrighted material).
To see the official press release for this event, please click here.
This PDF document contains information about the history of student diversity in higher education in America with an emphasis on diversity at Carnegie Mellon. Additionally, it explores the moral and legal implications of file-sharing by analyzing the issue from the viewpoint of ethics and practicality, and outlines Carnegie Mellon's current policy.
This document contains the source material for the Background Document. This includes full text versions of Carnegie Mellon's Statement on the Benefits of Diversity and Carnegie Mellon's official Copyright Violation Guide.
This is a report about the Campus Conversations event on November 19th. 2005. It recaps the goals of the initative, details the survey findings and outlines some ideas for how the initiative can be positioned to be most successful in the future.
This document presents a summary of the above Inaugural Report
Gloriana St. Clair (moderator): Dean of University Libraries
Mara Harrell: Lecturer, Department of Philosophy
John Lerchey: Assistant Director for Incident Response, Information Security Office
Suzie Laurich-McIntyre: Assistant Vice Provost for Graduate Education
Everett Tademy: Director for Diversity and Equal Opportunity Services