The Friar has a few things to say about the panels he attended. I made it to part of this one, in addition to the two on which I served. The part I saw was all about how Democrats could become more religion-friendly and, not surprisingly, Bill Galstons list was comprehensive. Whether its achieveable is a different story. (Hint: Catholics are the key.)
I had some interesting conversations, learning, for example, about this program, which shows what an entrepreneurial professor can do if he encounters an administration that is willing to countenance "intellectual diversity."
I also bought a bunch of books, about which more later.