The third annual event will explore creativity in STEM with the guidance of leading scientists.
The associate professor of government shares his reaction to the shootings in the Canadian capital.
The chemistry professor talks about the excitement of finding solutions to challenging problems.
The emeritus professor of medicine tells “60 Minutes” that physician assisted suicide is wrong.
Professor Ross Virginia will support a team of scholars in research that will inform polar policy.
The assistant professor of sociology talks about the connection between loan debt and home ownership.
“Unfortunately, experts are often wrong,” says the Tuck professor.
The associate professor of history says it’s now clear that social activists are being targeted.
Professor Mary Flanagan says that more-creative solutions are needed to face the world’s conflicts.
Scholars gather to consider the past, present, and future of a touchstone of humanities education.