Emeritus Academy Lecture Series

Emeritus Academy Lecture Series

The Emeritus Academy hosts a monthly lecture series in which members discuss their current research and creative activities. Lectures are free and open to the public, occurring on the first Wednesday of each month during the academic year.

Next Event

 

September 4, 2024

4-5 p.m.
Avner Friedman, Mathematics, “Mathematical Biomedicine: Examples from Osteoporosis and Lung Cancer.”

 

Registration available soon.

Full 2024-25 schedule

September 4, 2024:  Avner Friedman, Mathematics, “Mathematical Biomedicine: Examples from Osteoporosis and Lung Cancer.”

October 1, 2024:  Paul Beck, Political Science, “The 2024 Election: Current and Prospective.”

November 6, 2024:  Sabra Webber, Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, “Spectacular Dissent: Colin Kaepernick Takes a Knee.”

December 4, 2024:  Ken Rinaldo, Art, “Artificial Intelligence and Art: An Algorithmic Species is Arising.”

February 5, 2025:  Kay Bea Jones, Architecture, “Beyond Type: Did Frank Lloyd Wright Shape the Modern Architecture of Olivetti?”

March 5, 2025:  Robert DiSilvestro, Human Sciences, “Vitamin D: From Obscurity to Obsession.”

April 2, 2025:  Bebe Miller, Dance, “Hits, Misses and Redo’s: Thoughts on Contemporary Dance from a Practitioner’s Perspective.”

May 7, 2025:  Thomas Wickizer, Public Health, “Gun Violence in America: Does Investment in Mental Health, Social Capital or Education Matter?”