The Cold War Science & Technology

Speakers Series

Fall 1999

 October 29
Ron Doel, Oregon State University
"Military Constitution of the Environmental Sciences, 1945-1965"
     3:30 - 5:30 pm, History Seminar Room, BH 254A

 November 4
Michael Neufeld, National Air and Space Museum
"Orbiter, Overflight and the First U.S. Satellite: New Light on the Vanguard Decision."
     1:30 pm-3:30 pm, Dowd Room, University Center 2nd Floor
Please note that Dr. Neufeld's presentation is on a Thursday, and that the time is different from our usual schedule.

November 12
Glen Asner, Carnegie Mellon University
"Corporate Image in the Cold War Economy: The Logic and Value of Centralized R&D for Sperry Rand"
     3:30-5:30 pm, History Seminar Room, BH 254A

 December 4
Jennifer Bannister, Carnegie Mellon University
"Did the Cold War matter? Comparing the Development of Black-and-White and Color Television"
     3:30-5:30 pm, History Seminar Room, BH 254

CNN Series
The Cold War Science & Technology Group has been watching and reviewing the new CNN Cold War documentary series
 Spring 1999 Speaker schedule and links to talk summaries
Fall 1998 Speaker schedule and links to talk summaries
'96-'98 Speaker schedules from the Fall 1996 to Spring '98
 Photos Take a look at photos of past events, and follow along inside the group's tour of the top secret Congressional bunker in the Greenbriar Hotel.

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