At the Intersection 2014
Thursday, April 10, 2014
A daylong series of events to highlight how liberal arts and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields are enriched and have greater capacity for meaningful change when the disciplines intersect.
At the Intersection of Liberal Arts and STEM
Loeb Playhouse, Stewart Center
Exploring the opportunities for excellence and innovation when disciplines converge to prepare the next generation of leaders who will solve complex challenges and transform the world.
Dr. Moira Gunn
Host, “Tech Nation,” NPR/SIRIUS-XM and Director, Business of Biotechnology Programs, University of San Francisco
President and CEO, Logitech
Dean, College of Engineering, Purdue University
Charles L. Jones
Chief Design and Research Development Officer, Newell Rubbermaid
Jacqueline Jones Royster
Dean, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, Georgia Institute of Technology
Best College Major
Stewart Center, room 306
Discussion of the timeless, essential, and relevant value of study in the Liberal Arts.
Patrick Kain, Associate Professor, Philosophy
Rayvon Fouché, Director, American Studies/Associate Professor, History
William Gray, Associate Professor, History
Wei Hong, Professor, School of Languages and Cultures
Robyn Malo, Assistant Professor, English
Dan Olson, Associate Professor, Sociology
Purdue @ the Intersection
Stewart Center, room 302
A panel discussion of interdisciplinary teaching and research in Liberal Arts.
James A. McCann, Professor, Political Science
Daniel Aldrich, Professor of Political Science, Public Policy and Urban Affairs; Co-Director, Masters Program in Security and Resilience, Northeastern University
H. Kory Cooper, Assistant Professor, Anthropology/Materials Engineering
Felicia Roberts, Director, Linguistics/Associate Professor, Brian Lamb School of Communication
Tina Rulli, Assistant Professor, Philosophy
Rick Thomas, Professor, Patti and Rusty Rueff School of Visual and Performing Arts
The Intersection of Liberal Arts & STEM is a series of events to highlight how liberal arts and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields are enriched and have greater capacity for meaningful change when the disciplines intersect.