CAPE Lecture Series
The lecture series is free and open to the public. Lectures are held at the Boyce Thompson Institute Auditorium (1st floor)* unless otherwise noted. Parking is available as well as a conveniently located bus stop. Parking permits are printed in the CAPE newsletter and by contacting the CAPE office.
Spring 2017 --
February 16 - Mary Fainsod Katzenstein, Goverment
March 16 - Juan Hinestroza, Fiber Science
April 18 (Tuesday!) - Marion Nestle, Nutritional Sciences
May 18th - Tom Gilovich, Psychology
*BTI Auditorium - come any time after 10am for refreshments
Past Lectures For more information on these lectures and more see: The Legacy of Cornell Faculty and Staff.
*Anthony Ingraffea & Lawrence Cathles: The Risks and Benefits of Shale Gas
*John Fitzpatrick: Birds Can Save the World
*Nimat Barazangi: Foundations of Muslim Extremism and the Marginalization and Violence Againt Women
*Per Pinstrup-Andersen: Achieving Food Security for all in the Foreseeable Future
For more information on these lectures and more see: The Legacy of Cornell Faculty and Staff.