Fall Campus Events
An exhibition that explores the ways in which artists since the late 1960s have engaged, critiqued, and inserted themselves into official channels of broadcast television and radio. Features works from an international group of artists, including single-channel monitor-based videos, video-projection works, photography, installations, and interactive broadcasting projects.
Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art
September 8 - December 13
HHMI Science Without Limits: Dr. Vilayanur Ramachandran
Often called the “Marco Polo” and the “Sherlock Holmes” of neuroscience, Ramachandran studies visual perception and behavioral neurology. His research has had a profound impact on the way scientists think about the brain.
Templeton Campus Center, Council Chamber
September 15, 7:30 p.m.
(HHMI Science Without Limits Symposium, September 15 - 16)
Justice Kennedy Lecture Series: Kathleen Sullivan
Sullivan is one of the country’s leading Supreme Court scholars, a former dean of Stanford Law School, and a partner at the law firm of Quinn Emanuel. The Justice Kennedy Lecture Series promotes discussion of cutting-edge issues affecting the U.S. Supreme Court and the Constitution.
Lewis & Clark Law School
September 15, time to be announced
Environmental Affairs Symposium: Riane Eisler
How can we build foundations for the good life? Eisler, author, social scientist, and educator, argues that the great problems of our time–environmental degradation, poverty, inequality, war, and terrorism–can only be solved if we give real value to the most essential human work: caring for people and for nature. Cosponsored by the college’s Chamberlin Lecture Series.
Agnes Flanagan Chapel
October 27, 7 p.m.
(Environmental Affairs Symposium: Reimagining the Good Life, October 27 - 29)