Roxboro House Roundtables
About This Show
The Roxboro House Roundtables are interdisciplinary discussions on any topic from health and science, to fashion, economics, and politics. These talks take place at Philadelphia University and provide an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to explore and consider a variety of themes in the cozy, historical Roxboro House living room.
Roxboro House Roundtables are presented by the Arlen Specter Center for Public Service at Philadelphia University, which facilitates and promotes public service and civic education in a cross-disciplinary, nonpartisan setting.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
A Sexual Harassment Conference Across Two Campuses
Listen to Dr. Kathy Smith, Director of Law and Justice at Harcum College, Dr. Rick Frei lead researcher for the Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society, Dr. Evan Laine, Program Director for Law and Society at Jefferson University and students from Jefferson University’s forensic psychology class and Community College of Philadelphia’s descriptive research methods class, as they discuss the future of sexual harassment by examining the results of their recent survey on commonly accepted sexual harassment myths. You will be surprised at the beliefs individuals have regarding sexual harassment, what it means and why it occurs.Read more »