November-University Lecture Series - Carnegie Mellon University

November 2010 ULS

Welcome to the University Lecture Series website for November.

Lectures this month include:

Nov. 4 - Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award Honorees Lecture / Stuart Card (TPR’70, HS’78), a leader in human-computer interaction and pioneer in information visualization, and Naoko Matsubara (A’62) one of the foremost Japanese woodcut artists in the world / Reflections of Our Journeys

Nov. 4 - Humanities Center Lectures / George Yudice, University of Miami / Migration and Interculturality

Nov. 5 - Steve Forbes, Chairman and CEO, Forbes Media / A Conversation with Steve Forbes

Nov. 8 - ULS Journeys Lecture / Richard D. McCullough, Vice President for Research and Thomas Lord Professor of Chemistry, Carnegie Mellon / Almost Something from Nothing

Nov. 12 - Global Problems, Global Solutions Keynote lecture / Sheryl WuDunn, Pulitzer Prize winning author

Nov. 15-19 - Global Entrepreneurship Week Events / www.unleashingcarnegiemellon.org

Nov. 16 - Kurt Campbell, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East-Asian and Pacific Affairs / Title TBA

Nov. 17 - Steve Bolze, President and CEO, GE Power & Water / Executive Talk: "Meeting the Power and Water Challenges of the Next Decade"

Nov. 17 - Screening of Shakti Rising with filmmaker Usha Rajeswari

Nov. 30 - THIS LECTURE IS CANCELLED / Humanities Center Lectures / Nancy Foner, City University of New York / How Exceptional is New York as an Immigrant City?