Chris Satullo of WHYY to Speak at Eastern University on March 20, 2012

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The Agora Institue for Civic Virtue and the Common Good in partnership with the Templeton Honors College of Eastern University will host Chris Satullo of WHYY for a lecture on March 20.

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On Tuesday, March 20, 2012, the Agora Institute for Civic Virtue and the Common Good, in partnership with the Templeton Honors College at Eastern University, will host WHYY’s Chris Satullo for a lecture entitled Media and Community: Can This Marriage Be Saved? This event will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Baird Library of Walton Hall on the Eastern University campus at 1300 Eagle Road in St. Davids, PA. 

Chris Satullo is Executive Director of News and Civic Dialogue at WHYY.  He joined the public media service last December after nearly 20 years at The Philadelphia Inquirer where he served as editorial page editor and a columnist, among various positions. He founded the paper's Citizen Voices program of civic dialogues on public issues, and in 2006 co-founded the Penn Project for Civic Engagement. Chris Satullo has won more than 50 awards for columns, editorials, reporting and civic engagement.

This lecture is part of a spring program examining the role of media in public discourse sponsored by the Agora Institute for Civic Virtue and the Common Good.

About The Agora Institute for Civic Virtue and the Common Good
Formed in 2011 to nurture and sustain free and humane citizens and institutions in their service to the common good.

About The Templeton Honors College
The Templeton Honors College is the Honors College at Eastern University, a Philadelphia Christian University, and is designed to challenge and prepare academically gifted undergraduate students for leadership and service as individuals of influence in culture, society and their professions.

About Eastern University
Eastern University is a Pennsylvania Christian University that transforms its students' lives. It prepares and inspires them to go out and make a difference in their communities and the world. All education at Eastern is rooted in its core values of faith, reason and justice. The main campus is located at 1300 Eagle Road in St. Davids, PA. Eastern enrolls about 4,000 students in its undergraduate, graduate, Seminary, professional, urban and international programs. Visit http://www.eastern.edu.

For more information or to RSVP for the lecture, please contact Kelly Hanlon at khanlon(at)eastern(dot)edu.

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