Student & Faculty Dinner Series-Science and Humanities Scholars Program - Carnegie Mellon University

Student & Faculty Dinner Series

Each semester, the SHS program sponsors a student/faculty dinner. This is a chance for SHS students to meet with faculty from the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Mellon College of Science, and from across the university an informal setting and discuss their interests. SHS students invite many of these speakers themselves. This is a great opportunity to meet and talk to some interesting and talented people!

Faculty Attendees at Past Dinners

Indira Nair
Indira Nair

Former Vice Provost of Education and Professor of Engineering and Public Policy

Gregg Franklin
Gregg Franklin

Department of Physics
What is Interdisciplinarity?

Jim Daniels
Jim Daniels

Department of English
Poetry Reading and Film Screening

Bruce Armitage
Bruce Armitage

Department of Chemistry
Historical and Scientific Tour of the Mellon Institute

Jay Ball
Department of Drama
Contemporary and Campus Performances of the Oresteia Trilogy

Scott Sandage
Scott Sandage

Department of History
Why Einstein and Dylan Never Had Bad Hair Days

George Loewenstein
George Loewenstein

Department of Social and Decision Sciences
Functional MRI of the Brain during Economic Decisions

John Mackey
John Mackey

Department of Mathematics
Arrow's Theorem

Caroline Acker
Caroline Acker

Department of History

Rick McCullough
Rick McCullough

Dean of the Mellon College of Science and Professor of Chemistry
The Road to Plastic Lights, Computer Chips, Sensors, and Nanoscale Devices

Keith Campbell
Keith Campbell, Guest Lecturer

The University of Nottingham
Cloning Technology and its Implications

Marlene Behrmann
Marlene Behrmann

Professor, Psychology Department and Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition
Humans and the Way They See