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CCE Brown Bag: Olympic Corruption in South Korea: The Transition from Toleration to Condemnation

12:30 PM - 1:25 PM

Weinstein Hall, Brown-Alley Room
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Speaker: Andy Spalding, Professor of Law, University of Richmond

University of Richmond Olympic Anti-Corruption Research Team members

Location: Weinstein Hall, Brown-Alley Room

The Bonner Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) hosts weekly Brown Bag discussions, open to members of the campus and the community, from 12:30–1:25p.m. on most Fridays during the academic year. Each week, a speaker or small panel leads a presentation on a provocative social issue, then opens up the floor for discussion.

Professor Andy Spalding and the University of Richmond Olympic Anti-Corruption Research Team have spent several years researching the corruption scandals, and anti-corruption reforms, occurring on the eve of hosting the Olympic Games. During the Olympics, Professor Spalding and the research team will present on an Olympic anti-corruption panel. At this Brown Bag Discussion, they will discuss anti-corruption measures, their research, and provide updates. Free pizza will be provided.