Pearson STEAM Speaker Series
The Pearson STEAM Speaker Series features lectures on a range of topics covering the fields of science, technology, engineering, art 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, Associate Professor of Mathematics.
Upcoming Talks, 2017-18
- November 28: Jerry Weiss. Applying Systems Engineering to an Information Enterprise.
- February 27: Eric Weislogel. The Philosophy of Science.
- March 27: Robert Rodini. Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Ratio.
- April 24: De Witt Godfrey. Mathematical Art.
"The Manufacturing & Medicinal Benefits of Yogurt"
Bez Torabi, Adjunct Instructor of Biology
October 24, 2017
"President James A. Garfield and the Pythagorean Theorem"
Dr. Sid Kolpas, Associate Professor of Mathematics
April 25, 2017
"Chocolate Doesn't Grow On Trees"
Jacques Dahan, President of the American Branch of Michel Cluizel Chocolatier, Paris, March 28, 2017
"CSI Delaware County: Solving Crime with Science"
David J. McDonald, February 28, 2017
"The Race for the Discovery of DNA Structure"
Dr. Bela Dadhich, November 22, 2016
"The Science of Paper Restoration"
Justin Burruano, October 25, 2016