JACKSON, Tenn. – March 9, 2001 – David Cook, fellow and chaplain of Green College and a professor of philosophy, ethics and theology at the University of Oxford, will serve as the Spring 2001 scholar-in-residence at Union University beginning Mar. 15.
David Cook will serve as Union's scholar-in-residence during the spring 2001 semester.
The author of several books including The Moral Maze and Dilemmas of Life, Cook is a regular broadcaster for the British Broadcasting Company, where he is featured weekly on national radio and television programs to discuss ethical issues. He is also an advisor to the Archbishop of Canterbury and to the British insurance industry. An international speaker on ethical issues, the locations Cook will visit this year include the United States, Germany, Australia, France, the Ukraine and Switzerland.
While at Union, Cook will give four lectures for a series titled "Morality in a Post-Modern World." Lunch will be provided for each in Coburn Dining Room, with the exception of Lecture III, and a question and answer session will follow. The schedule for the lecture series is as follows:
For more information about the lectures and other related events, call the department of Christian Studies at (901) 661-5264.
Sara B. Horn,
Due to inclement weather, the Jackson campus will be closed on Thursday, March 5, with all day classes canceled. A decision on evening classes will be made by noon on Thursday.
The Hendersonville campus is closed.
The wellness center will open at 10 a.m. and close at 8 p.m., and the aquatic center will be open from 1-3 p.m.