STEM Speaker Series

STEM Speaker Series

The STEM Speaker Series features lectures on a range of topics covering the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Lectures are offered in the fall and spring semesters and are open to students, faculty and community members. The series is coordinated by Sidney Kolpas, Assistant Professor of Mathematics.

Next Talk

"The Science and DNA of Chocolate"
Chris Curtin
Tuesday, February 24
11:10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
STEM 1403

Upcoming Talks

  • Steve Aquilani, March 24, "Ecology"
  • Sid Kolpas, April 28, "A Mathematical Magic Show"

Past Talks


YouTube Playlist of Previous Talks

"Bio-Medical Research and the Role of Animals"
Paula Clifford, November 25, 2014



"Phone Application Development"
Robert Rodini, October 24, 2014


"Modeling Neurological Diseases"

Nicole Sunnen, March 25, 2014


"Biochar: An Ancient Solution To The New Problems of Climate
Change and Food Security"
Russ Losco, Nov. 26, 2013


"Mathematical Biology: Modeling the Motion of
Individuals and Populations" 
Dr. Allison Kolpas, April 23. 2013


"The Peopling of the Caribbean: A genetic perspective"

Dr. Miguel Vilar, Feb. 26, 2013



"Lewis Carroll: Fantasy and Mathematics"

Sid Kolpas, April 29, 2014, PDF

 

"Civil Engineering: Plotting A Different Course"

Christopher Garrell, PE, LEED AP, Feb. 25, 2014, PDF


Christopher Garrell


"Technology in Modern Dentistry: Not the 'Same Old Drill'

Dr. Andrew Lieberman, Oct. 29, 2013


"Achieving Excellence in the World of Architecture: An
Architect's Perspective" 
Ed Rahme, March 26, 2013


"Tales from a Chemist"

Dr. Danniebelle Haase, Nov. 20, 2012