SET Lecture Series
Tuesday, April 17 – 6:30 p.m.
Brendan Diamond, Ph.D., assistant professor of physics and astronomy
There is something about a clear night sky that gives us pause and makes us wonder about the big questions. Amazingly, science has been closing in on the answers to many! In this interactive lecture, we’ll explore some of the ways planets, solar systems, and the Universe may meet their inevitable doom. Can we still have our fairy tale ending?
Please note that seating is free but limited. RSVP below to reserve your spot at the lecture(s) of your choice.
“The Next Big App”
Note: This event was cancelled due to weather conditions and will be rescheduled at a future, TBD date.
Roger Weber, associate professor of entrepreneurship, and Paul Hogan, instructor of computer science
Many people have ideas, but all too often new ventures fail. How do you take your innovative idea and make it happen? Success requires know-how in both the fields of computer science and entrepreneurship. Learn how coaching can transform a computer concept into reality through validating the idea, creating awareness, and positioning the business for the best chance for success. And how do you measure success? Reach 500,000 users, and maybe Google or Facebook will want your business.
Sponsored by the Freedom Consulting Group
“Revealing the Secrets Hidden in Your DNA”
Lyudmila Bard, professor of biology, and Kathryn Jones, Ph. D., adjunct faculty member of biology.