csid speaker series: academic year 2008-2009
|Jane Harris Cramer, Associate Director of the Center for Biology Education at UW-Madison will deliver a talk entitled "Advising Researchers on Broader Impacts - Approaches at UW-Madison". The talk will be held Wednesday, April 29 at 4:15 pm in Research Park B185. Click here for more information on Cramer and her talk.|
|Tsjalling Swierstra will be delivering two talks:
Monday, April 13 4 - 6 pm "NEST Ethics" In room ENV 115.
Monday, April 27 4 - 6 pm "Biotechnology and Brave New World" In room ENV 115.
Click here for brief descriptions of his talks.
|Simone van der Burg will give a talk entitled, "Societal Impacts of Sound-Light Technologies." The talk will be held between 4:00 - 5:00 pm on Tuesday, November 4, in room ENV 130. Click here for more information on van der Burg, and for an abstract of her talk.|
|Steve Fuller will visit UNT as the inaugural participant in the CSID Speakers Series September 15 - 20.
Tuesday 6:00 - 7:30 PM "Transformative Research: Easy to fund. Hard to institutionalize. Why?" - 130 ENV, co-sponsored by TXCDX
Wednesday 6:00 - 7:30 PM "What would Lincoln and Darwin make of today's science and politics?" - Gateway Center, co-sponsored by Dept of Political Science and Pi Sigma Alpha. Click here for a hint of what Steve might be up to.
Thursday 5:00 - 6:30 PM "Why Intelligent Design is Worth Fighting For" 110 ENV, co-sponsored by Philosophy and Religion Studies