Science and Technology Lectures

Dr. William Saturno

Dr. William Saturno
Friday, December 5, 2014

Early Mayan society might have had a level of urbanization that is yet to be revealed. Join Dr. Saturno as he discusses this fascinating culture.   

 

Each year PCC Library distributes a limited number of free tickets to the Linus Pauling Memorial Lectures (aka Science and Technology Lectures) on behalf of Academic and Student Affairs (ASA). Pick up tickets at the Cascade, Rock Creek, Southeast, and Sylvania library checkout desks. Tickets are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Students can pick up one ticket to any lecture starting two weeks before that lecture. Starting one week before a lecture, remaining tickets will be distributed to requesting students, faculty and staff. 

All lectures take place at the First Congregational Church (1126 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR) and begin at 7:00pm.

Here is the schedule:

Dr. William Saturno
Secrets of the Mayan Cosmic Time Keepers: Unearthing the 8thC Mayan Science and Art | December 5, 2014
David Warsh
Knowledge and the Wealth of Nations: New Growth Economics | January 15, 2015
Theodore Gray
Molecules: The Elements and Architecture of Everything | February 12, 2015
Esther Dyson
The Way to Wellville: A Health Challenge to Create the Healthiest Communities | March 31, 2015
Dr. Joseph Stiglitz
Creating a Learning Society: A New Approach to Growth, Development, Social Progress | April 30, 2015
Terry Bristol
What is Engineering? What is the Nature of the Problem of Design? | May 28, 2015

Thank you and enjoy the lectures!