A live streaming online broadcast will be available for tonight's sessions with noted ethicist Michael Josephson and panelists that includes Kansas University men's basketball coach Bill Self.
To get the streaming broadcast, click on the following URL: http://mmslb.eonstreams.com/ljworld1.asf. To get the live stream you must have Windows Media Player installed on your computer. (Click here to download the player.)
The evening session will be at 7:30 p.m. in Woodruff Auditorium at KU's Kansas Union.
A noon session at the Lawrence Holidome was also broadcast live online. (Tell us what you thought of the talk on our feedback form).
Free tickets still are available for this evening's session. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. event are available at the Journal-World, 609 N.H., KU's Student Union Activities office or at the door.
At the 7:30 p.m. session, Josephson will discuss ethics with panelists Chancellor Robert Hemenway; state Rep. Kenny Wilk; William Docking, Kansas Board of Regents; Joan Hunt, KU Medical Center senior associate dean; Reginald Robinson, regents president and CEO; and Self.
At the noon session, panelists included Gov. Kathleen Sebelius; Douglas County Commissioner Bob Johnson; Chief Judge Deanell Tacha, 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals; Gene Meyer, CEO of Lawrence Memorial Hospital; and the Rev. Leo Barbee Jr. of Victory Bible Church.
Josephson's visit is sponsored by the Journal-World, 6News and World Online.
He is founder and president of the Josephson Institute of Ethics.