February-University Lecture Series - Carnegie Mellon University

February 2009 ULS

Welcome to the University Lecture Series website for February.

Lectures this month include:

Feb. 2 - ULS Journeys Lecture / Joel Tarr / Why Technology?

Feb. 4-6 - Focus the Nation Conference  / Peter Tertzakian, Chief Energy Economist of ARC Financial Corporation / Beyond Boom to Bust: The Changing World of Energy

Feb. 5 - ULS Journeys Lecture / Mark Kryder / Pursuing Memories-Lessons in Research, Innovation and Leadership in Academia and Industry

Feb. 10 - Black History Month programming / Jeff Chang / Taking over: how the hip-hop generation changed the world

Feb. 10 - Realisms: The Humanities Center Lectures / The Virtues of Realism?: Gender in/and the Postcolonial Novel / Sangeeta Ray, Associate Professor of English, University of Maryland, College Park

Feb. 12 - Abdulkader Sinno / How can the new administration succeed in Afghanistan?

Feb. 18 - Pakistani Ambassador to the United States Husain Haqqani / A Conversation with Ambassador Haqqani on Pakistan’s Role in the World

Feb. 19 - Kerry Max Cook / Chasing Justice

Feb. 20-21 - Global Problems, Global Solutions Conference

Feb. 23 - David Eson, Isidore Foods / Creating Healthy Neighborhoods by Connecting Farmers, Institutions and Consumers

Feb. 26 - Steinbrenner Institute Environmental Distinguished Lecture Series / James Rogers, Duke Energy / Doing business in a way that is good for people, the planet and profits