Survivor to speak
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Eva Kor, survivor of Nazi medical experiments, will speak Sept. 20 in Ritsche Auditorium.
Kor was subject to Nazi concentration camp medical experiments on twins, conducted by German SS officer and physician Josef Mengele.
An international advocate for human rights, Kor will speak on prejudice and bullying. View the event flyer (PDF).
Parking is free on streets adjacent to campus and $1 an hour in the 4th Avenue Parking Ramp.
August marked the 65th anniversary of the Nuremberg Code, a set of research principles for ethical human experimentation resulting from war crimes trials in Nuremberg, Germany at the end of World War II. About 16 Nazis -- most of them physicians -- were given death sentences and imprisonment for medically focused war crimes.
As a subject of these experiments, Kor’s experiences are relevant to St. Cloud State master’s programs in Applied Clinical Research, Medical Technology Quality and Regulatory Affairs & Services.
Kor also will share her war experiences and life story 6:30 p.m. Sept. 19, at The O’Shaughnessy Auditorium, St. Catherine University, St. Paul. Tickets are $12 for students and $17 for the general public. A book signing will follow. Tickets can be purchased at http://oshaughnessy.stkate.edu.
Both events are being presented by St. Cloud State's MedTech Industry Master of Science Degree programs and Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education, in collaboration with the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas.
Learn more about Kor and her Sept. 20 presentation at St. Cloud State.
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