October-University Lecture Series - Carnegie Mellon University

October 2011

Sept 21 - Oct 12 - Two Weeks of Peace

Sept 30 - Oct 2 - Brazil Today weekend course

Oct. 4 - HUMANITIES CENTER LECTURE / Terry Smith, University of Pittsburgh / Imagining Connectivity: World Picturing in Contemporary Cultures

Oct. 4 - Deborah Brandon, Carnegie Mellon University, and William J. Hawthorne III, Hawthorne Clinical & Neuropsychology (private practice) and University of Pittsburgh / Brain Injury from Two Perspectives

Oct. 5 - Cameron Tonkinwise, Parsons The New School for Design / The Fairies at the end of the Garden are ANTS: Sustainable Design Agency, Scale and ‘the’ Social speaking about sustainable design

Oct. 10 - Panel discussion and information session / In the Spirit of Cooperation: Peace Corps Volunteers and Public Health Professionals across the Globe

Oct. 12 - HEINZ CONVOCATION / Edward DeSeve, President, Global Public Leadership Institute / A Double Dilemma

Oct. 12 - TWO WEEKS OF PEACE / Talk by Junko Kayashige, a Hibakusha (survivor) and artist

Oct. 13 - James Rodger Fleming, Colby College / Fixing the Sky: Rube Goldberg meets Dr. Strangelove

Oct. 14 - HUMANITIES CENTER LECTURE / Joshua "Sha" LaBare, Humanities Center Fellow / The Ecology of Everyday Life

Oct. 17 - Sharon Bertsch McGrayne, author / Bayes’ Rule: The Theory That Would Not Die

Oct. 20 - CENTER FOR THE ARTS IN SOCIETY / Screening of The Boys of St. Columb's with Director Maurice Fitzpatrick

Oct. 27 - HUMANITIES CENTER LECTURE / Krzysztof Wodiczko, Harvard University Graduate School of Design / Critical Strangeness: Art, Displacement and Parrhesia

Oct. 27 - 2011 Alumni Distinguished Achievement Honoree Lecture /Hillard M. Lazaarus, M.D., FACP (E’70)

Oct. 28 - 2011 Alumni Distinguished Achievement Honoree Lecture / Dale Clevenger A'63, Chicago Symphony Orchestra