The College of Arts and Sciences Virtual Seminar Series showcases the great work faculty, staff, and students are doing to address many of the critical challenges of our time.
The series aligns with the College of Arts and Sciences vision, in which students are asked to frame their education around a question: “What problem do I want to solve?”
To help create the next generation of problem solvers, the College of Arts and Sciences want students to understand the practical knowledge they need to succeed in a diverse and complicated world, ready to confront differences of opinion, and armed with curiosity and the power to question.
|Date||Topic||Link to Event||Registration|
|April 2021||Global Affairs, a conversation led by Randy Adkins, Senior Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences||TBD||TBD|
|Date||Topic||Link to Video|
|March 24, 2021||Stories of Love for the Great Plains: Scholarship, Meaning and Attachment||Watch Now|
|Feb. 24, 2021||Brains and Minds: What We Do (and Do Not) Know||Watch Now|
|Jan. 27, 2021||A Conversation on Vaccines||Watch Now|
|Dec. 9, 2020||The Art of Samuel Bak||Watch Now|
|Nov. 18, 2020||Research and Teaching about Diversity in the College of Arts & Sciences||Watch Now|
|Oct. 21, 2020||The Presidential Election||Watch Now|
|Sept. 23, 2020||Understanding the Pandemic||Watch Now|