The Project for Deeper Understanding

Organizers assembled a panel to talk about fake news and the demise of Civil Discourse. The forum, Thursday night, was held at St. Lukes Church  in Snyderville. Panel members included George Pyle, Ben Winslow, John Mejia, Stu Stanek, Marsha Maxwell and Robert Huber. Moderator, Renai Bodley.

Organizers assembled a panel to talk about fake news and the demise of Civil Discourse. The forum, Thursday night, was held at St. Lukes Church  in Snyderville. Panel members included George Pyle, Ben Winslow, John Mejia, Stu Stanek, Marsha Maxwell and Robert Huber. Moderator, Renai Bodley.

The Project for a Deeper Understanding holds its quarterly panel discussion on Thursday, October 5th.  The issue is Fake News  and the Demise of Public Discourse and with the current political and social climate, it is a timely conversation.  The organizers hope to have diversity of opinion and lively discourse.  KPCW General Manger, Renai Bodley will moderate.  Join in person or listen to the live broadcast starting at 7.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board Member Nancy Garrison and Business Administrator Todd Hauber; Park City Manager Diane Foster and Assistant City Manager Matt Dias;
members of the Project for Deeper Understanding Charles Robinson, Mike Andrews and Daniel Patterson and Jen Billow and Sean Beard about Running with Ed.

Community Forum - Live Broadcast

Oct 14, 2015

As part of an on-going series of community forums, The Project for Deeper Understanding and KPCW partnered to bring the discussion on the Park City School District School Bond issue. KPCW broadcasted the event live from the St. Luke's Episcopal Church.

Moderated by Dr. John Hanrahan

Panelists include:

The Project for Deeper Understanding is hosting an event Tuesday night to learn more about the two candidates running for Park City mayor. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

Sustainable Growth Panel to be Held Tuesday the 24th

Sep 23, 2013

The Project for Deeper Understanding will hold a panel discussion moderated by Myles Rademan titled, "Is Sustainable Growth an Oxymoron?" The Forum will be held Tuesday from 7-9pm at St. Luke's church in Silver springs and panelists include city and community leaders and local business people. Lynn Ware Peek has more.