The Cutting Edge Lecture Series at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis offers opportunities to engage in dialogues with university professors about rapidly changing fields of inquiry.
The schedule includes:
9 September: "Noir Logics of New Media" by Richard L. Edwards, New Media Informatics
23 September: "Can we Rescue Civic Literacy?" by Sheila Kennedy, School of Public and Environmental Affairs
7 October: "Field Nutrition Research in Kenya" by Judith Ernst, Nutrition and Dietetics
21 October: "A Clean Mouth for a Healthy Body?" by Michael Kowolik, Dentistry
28 October: "The Constructed Journey: Fine Art Photography and Video" by Linda Adele Goodine, Herron School of Art and Design
11 November: "CSI Run Amok: The Future of Forensic Science" by Jay Siegel, Forensic Science
All lectures will be held at 4:30 p.m. in the Lilly Auditorium of University Library, 755 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis. Sponsored by IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs, the lectures are free and open to the public with no reservations necessary.
For additional information about the lecture series and the speakers, please go online or contact Lisa Riolo, 317:278-4693.