A symposium featuring Medal of Honor recipient Sal Giunta, a simulation of what it’s like to live in poverty and a concert featuring Indian Classical […]...read more.
Craig Seidelson, chief engineer for Timken Corp. in China, lectures on “How ‘Made in China’ Became the World’s Most Recognized Brand” 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July […]...read more.
Dan Krane, professor of biology at Wright State University and one of the world’s foremost DNA experts, presents “The Science (and Pseudoscience) of Forensic DNA […]...read more.
Betsy Estilow, a professor emeritus of biology at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland, and a lecturer in Civil War history, presents “Overlooked and Undervalued: The […]...read more.
“Will Scarcity Derail China’s Reform Agenda in 2014?” is the topic of a conversation with Bill Adams, co-author of In Line Behind a Billion People: […]...read more.
Mara Prentiss, professor of Physics at Harvard University, will be the keynote speaker at the 17th annual Edward W. Powers Women in Science and Engineering […]...read more.
Mark Z. Jacobson, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and director of the Atmosphere Energy Program at Stanford University, lectures at Youngstown State University 7:30 […]...read more.
Diane Barnes, Youngstown State University professor of History, presents “Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass and the Dawn of Emancipation” on Thursday, April 10, in the McDonough […]...read more.
Youngstown State University’s eighth annual Biology Day will be April 8, showcasing research of YSU biology students and featuring a lecture by YSU graduate Marc […]...read more.