Embracing Choice Matters: Confronting and Embracing Risk

November 2, 2020, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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Embracing Choice Matters: Confronting and Embracing Risk

November 2nd, 2020 at 7 pm- Enroll HERE

Topic: Zooming Out, Zooming In: Risk, Values, and Hard Choices with Dr. David Slusky

The array of choices we have to make each day can be overwhelming, especially as we try to weigh various risks against various gains. What rubrics exist to understand the meaning and impact of these choices? How can these rubrics help us make sense of our own intuitions around what levels of risk we are willing to tolerate and for what purposes? Can this period of heightened awareness of risk offer revelatory insight into what we care about most and how to live out our values, even during challenging periods? Our conversation partner will be Dr. David Slusky, De-Min and Chin-Sha Wu Associate Professor of Economics and Associate Professor of Population Health at the School of Medicine at the University of Kansas.

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