Join us every other Tuesday during the school year for an ongoing lunch series bringing the inspiring and thought-provoking ideas of TED to the Chapman campus. We will be screening TED Talks during lunch (food welcomed), followed by an informal discussion lead by various Chapman faculty members. This will be a casual environment where you can eat your lunch while getting inspired and having deeper conversations. As an added bonus, cookies and beverages will be served. If you haven’t experience the mind-expanding effects of TED, this is the perfect environment to do so — free, informal, and inspiring.

 


 

November 19 screening:

Can Patient Data Have a Second Life? by Amy Abernethy

Time: 11:45 a.m. Place: Argyros Forum 209C, Chapman University Discussion led by: Dr. Erik Linstead, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, School of Computational Sciences, Schmid College of Science and Technology 

 


 

November 5 screening:

The Route to a Sustainable Future by Alex Steffen

Time: 11:45 a.m. Place: Argyros Forum 209C, Chapman University Discussion led by: Dr. Darryl Stevens, Assistant Dean for the Graduate and Executive Programs in the Argyros School of Business and Economics

 


 

October 22 screening:

Our Failing Schools. Enough is Enough! by Geoffrey Canada

Time: 11:45 a.m. Place: Argyros Forum 201, Chapman University Discussion led by: Dr. Kris De Pedro and Greg Warren, M.A., College of Educational Studies

 


 

October 8 screening:

Small Nuclear Fission Reactors by Taylor Wilson

Time: 11:45 a.m. Place: Argyros Forum 209C, Chapman University Discussion led by: Dr. Ali Nayeri, assistant professor at the Schmid College of Science and Technology

 


 

September 24 screening:

Four American Characters by Anna Deavere Smith

Time: 11:45 a.m. Place: Argyros Forum 209C, Chapman University Discussion led byDr. Jocelyn Buckner, assistant professor in the College of Performing Arts, Department of Theatre

 


 

September 10 screening:

Txting is Killing Language. JK!!! by John McWhorter

Time: 11:45 a.m. Place: Argyros Forum 209C, Chapman University Discussion led by: Dr. Kelli Fuery, assistant professor in the Department of Communications, and Dr. Claudine Jaenichen, associate professor in the Department of Art.