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In Awe of the Northern Lights


The Radler

In Awe of the Northern Lights


In Awe of the Northern Lights

Strengthening Our Energy Security Future


Alliance Française de Chicago

Strengthening Our Energy Security Future

Join us for a discussion on strengthening our future energy security through the adoption of advanced energy solutions that will diversify the U.S. economy, increase resiliency and reliability, and mitigate the global impacts of climate change.

Rising seas, food shortages, extreme weather, sea level rise and other consequences of climate change all impact national security. These events can accelerate instability in a region, and fuel conflicts. 

Aaron Freeman, Artist in Residence dishes with C2ST speakers


Aaron Freeman, Artist in Residence dishes with C2ST speakers

Meet Aaron Freeman, writer/producer, science commentator and funnyman. Former host of both NPR’s weekly talk show Metropolis, and WTTW’s Chicago Tomorrow, a weekly science-and-health half-hour magazine. Aaron will be sharing his take on a variety of science topics through posts and videos.

Interview with Dr. Brian Nord: Science Education = Social Justice?

Mathematics--It's As Easy as Pi!

Past


Ganz Hall, Roosevelt University

Mathematics--It's As Easy as Pi!

Mathematics--It's as Easy as Pi!

Unconscious Bias

Past


1871

Unconscious Bias

Unconcious Bias

If you are a human being, you have biases--based on race, gender, sexual orientation, body shape and size, religion, height, and a host of other things. Despite our best intentions and without our self-awareness, they are the associations that creep into our thinking, and the implicit biases we hold often don't line up with our stated beliefs. These biases can affect how we view and treat other people, and have serious, real-world implications.

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