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Upcoming Events

Do need-based transfer systems offer a viable alternative to market-based systems?

A Seminar by Athena Aktipis providing an overview of The Human Generosity Project and the promise of decentralized risk pooling for dealing with...

4/23/2019 3pm
Lunch & Learn with David Cynn '91 and Ed Tam '91

Wednesday, April 24, 2019 12:15-1:15 PM Warren 113 RSVP required Sponsored by the Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied...

4/24/2019 12:15pm
Research, Collaboration, and Community for Sustainability of Natural Resources - Arun Agrawal, University of Michigan

"Research, Collaboration, and Community for Sustainability of Natural Resources" Arun Agrawal, Samuel Trask Dana Professor, University of...

4/24/2019 4:15pm
Imperialism in East Africa at the Turn of the 20th Century: The Ottoman Case - Mostafa Minawi

"Imperialism in East Africa at the Turn of the 20th Century: The Ottoman Case" Mostafa Minawi, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Ottoman &...

5/10/2019 1:30pm

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Adriana Levy

Adriana Levy left a positive review 3/18/2019

Very informative. I like the style of the panel. Next time everyone needs to use the microphones because some of us had to get up and stand just to hear some of the Deans and Professors talk.

Donald Bazley

Donald Bazley left a positive review 9/28/2018

I appreciated hearing Mr. Kim's story. What I found most interesting was the student comments on the diversity initiative. There generally seemed to be an agreement that diversity is not as much the issue as inclusiveness. As a former instructor of speech communication, with an interest in getting back into teaching, I wish I could have stayed for more of the discussion on how faculty can help with the diversity initiative. I do believe there are ways faculty can help move this initiative.

Lei Zhou

Lei Zhou posted a photo 9/16/2016

Carlyn Buckler

Carlyn Buckler left a positive review 9/19/2014

Dr Johnson was great. It was really interesting to think of the Earth dotted with tropical forests from pole to pole. He posed some great questions for research. I am not a specialist in paleobotany, but his lecture was very approachable. I understood what his research was about, why he was doing the research (impacts on info on climate change), and where he was going with the research next. I also like that he said scientists should put more of a priority on communicating science to the public. Thanks so much for having him - cool to see the Dir. of the Smithsonian NHM!

John McKain

John McKain left a positive review 4/30/2014

Great session and very informative and engaged presentation.