The final spring event in the Tickle College of Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series will take place on Monday, with Cynthia Phillips of Sandia National Laboratory on hand to talk about water quality monitoring efforts.
Ultra water-resistant materials are becoming possible through research being conducted by MIT researcher Gareth H. McKinley. He’ll address the possibilities and uses at a free lecture at UT on Monday.
The future of materials science will be on display at the next Distinguished Lecture in the Tickle College of Engineering.
“The Wireless World: 50 Cell Phones Sold Per Second!” will be held at 4 p.m. March 1 in Room 622 of the Min Kao Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building.
The College of Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series wraps up the spring with a visit from NASA’s Les Johnson.
A national expert in atmospheric sciences and the environment will deliver the fourth lecture of the spring in the College of Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series at 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 23.
A leading national expert in water resources and security will give a presentation on chemicals in our water supply.
A leading national expert in renewable energy and energy storage will deliver the second lecture of the spring in the College of Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series at 1:45 p.m. on Monday, February 29.
Following the College of Engineering’s successful slate of Distinguished Lecture Series events this fall, the new speakers booked for spring will cover topics ranging from sustainability to space exploration.
Prominent English scholar Yunte Huang will kick off the UT Humanities Center’s fourth annual distinguished lecture series on September 21 with a look at the legacy of racial imagination as it relates to the American cultural experience.
A University of Cambridge professor will be the keynote speaker at the Department of Philosophy’s annual Spring Symposium on Epicureanism on Saturday, March 14. His visit is part of the UT Humanities Center’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
Stewart Shapiro, O’Donnell Professor of Philosophy at The Ohio State University, will speak about theories of the continuous on Friday, February 6, in the next Humanities Center Distinguished Lecture at UT.