which has been quietly working hard for some time, Ontario, :394-430 Arnheiter, the College of Engineering, the Baiada Institute for Entrepreneurship and the Office of the Provost. "Our students are told over and over again that they will work with vulnerable populations but the opportunities to get to know vulnerable populations as equals in the classroom are limited." which is the Management 260 course taught by John B.¡± she said.¡°It can bring home the high price of war and in the best cases capture the complexity of these conflicts raising questions and fostering examination of the reasons for going to war However images can also be manipulated and shown out of context sometimes with the goal of presenting the enemy in such a way that creates fear and a sense of the enemy as something less than us It is important to understand the context of the images that we see and be able to interpret them within that context¡±¡± said Curry. ¡°Often news images we see are taken in the heat of the moment News photographers and television journalists are very much deadline oriented Art takes the 30000-foot view with time to have reflected and interpreted those moment and events¡±The exhibit and discussion are part of a new fall course at Drexel entitled ¡°Imaging War¡± which examines how the subject of war has been depicted in the media The course is offered as part of Drexel¡¯s Great Works Symposium 2013-2014 which is co-sponsored by the Kal and Lucille Rudman Institute for Entertainment Industry Studies and the Pennoni Honors College The theme of this year¡¯s symposium is ¡°Media: Past Present and Future¡± The course is made up primarily of guest speaker events which are all free and open to the public There are 30 students in the class but attendance has doubled that for each class A full list of guest speakers and details on the course are available Curry who is co-teaching the course along with visiting professors Elliot Panek and Hana Iverson? What I'm Reading: Mimi Sheller Mimi Sheller is a sociology professor who studies mobility in public life.