November 2009 ULS
Welcome to the University Lecture Series website for November.
Lectures this month include:
Nov. 2 - Deborah Moon, Carnegie Mellon / How Does the Financing of a University Work?
EDWARD TUFTE LECTURES POSTPONED
Nov. 4 - Dr. Faida M. Mitifu, Ambassador of Democratic Republic of the Congo / Public Diplomacy and Conflict Mediation – The Case of the Congo
Nov. 5 - ULS JOURNEYS LECTURE: Lance Jones, former Vice President, Live Nation Pittsburgh / General Manager, Post-Gazette Pavilion / Passages: A Life in Tune: Moving with the Music
Nov. 9 - Karen Piper, University of Missouri-Columbia / Is Water 'The New Oil'?: The New Water Monopolies and the World's Poor
Nov. 11 - Great Decisions webcast by World Affairs Council / Egypt in the 21st Century
Nov. 12 - Stewart E. Sutin, University of Pittsburgh / Managing Risk in the Global Society
Nov. 16 - Hon. Amara Konneh, Minister for Planning and Economic Affairs in Liberia
Nov. 16 - Milking the Rhino / Director's Cut screening and panel discussion
Nov. 17 - Igor Vishnevetsky, Visiting Modern Language and History Professor, Moscow University with Olga Vishnevetsky, pianist / Two Lives of Vernon Duke
Nov. 18 - Darío Euraque, Professor of History, Trinity College and former Director of the Honduran Institute of Anthropology and History / Archaeology, National Identity and the Coup in Honduras: the Role of the Ancient Maya
Nov. 19 - Joseph Mertz, Carnegie Mellon / Where’s Babeldaob? Sending students abroad as a global technology consulting corps
Nov. 23 - Jerr Boschee, The Institute for Social Entrepreneurs / The Global Rise of Social Enterprise