4th Tuesday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Joe will discuss the evolution of public radio and television in the U.S., how it compares with the BBC and other foreign public broadcasters, and the current state of public media in the U.S.
5th Wednesday 7PM The Salon (chair)
David Garcia, PhD, a professor at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, and director of the Arizona Education Policy Initiative, ASU, and a candidate for Arizona governor, will discuss issues of education.
6th Thursday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Paul Bender, former ASU Law Dean and US Deputy Solicitor General, will discuss the nomination and conformation process of US Supreme Court Justice.
8th Saturday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Sarah Bolmarchich, PhD, a scholar of Ancient Greece and a lecturer at the School of International Languages and Cultures, ASU, will discuss ‘Aesop’s Fables’, a collection of fables from Ancient Greece.
12th Wednesday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Historian, author Kent Wright, PhD, a professor at ASU’s School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, will discuss The Enlightenment, an intellectual and philosophical movement that dominated the world of ideas of Europe in the 18th Century.
14th Friday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Gary Marchant, PhD, a professor of law and director of the Center for Law, Science and Innovation, ASU,
15th Saturday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Evan MacLean, PhD, a biological anthropologist who is director of the Arizona Canine Cognition Center, UofA, will discuss dog cognition.
17th Monday 7PM The Salon
Athena Aktipis, PhD, of The Biodesign Institute and Psychology Dept., ASU, who is a cooperation theorist, theoretical evolutionary biologist, and cancer biologist, will discuss ‘Who Are We Really?’
21st Friday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Rob Paulus, an architect, developer, and musician who performs violin, guitar and bass, will explore thru performance and visuals the parallels between musical composition and architectural design.
22nd Saturday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Carolyn Compton, MD, PhD, an academic pathologist, at the School of Life Sciences and The Biodesign Institute, ASU and the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, and editor in chief of ‘Current Pathobiology Reports’, will begin a three part series mini medical school series on cancer.
25th Tuesday 7PM The Salon
Rolf Halden, PhD, director of The Biodesign Center for Environmental Health Engineering, ASU, and Adam Gushgari, PhD, a recent graduate of the progeam, will discuss opiods in the public water.
29th Saturday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Jane Bambauer, a professor of law at University of Arizona, will discuss the relationship between humans and machines, and the social costs and benefits of big data and artificial intelligence.
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