7th Saturday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Inside an historic pink adobe mansion, pianist Hannah Creviston and saxophonist Chris Creviston, both faculty at the ASU school of music, will perform an evening of music.
10th Tuesday 7PM The Salon (chair)
At his new studios, architect Eddie Jones, who has designed many prominent contemporary homes and public buildings, will discuss his design of the Mariposa Land Port of Entry, in Nogales, Mexico.
12th Thursday 7PM The Salon
Rebekah Sanders, of The Arizona Republic, who reports on Arizona’s congressional campaigns and national politics, will discuss the 2016 election.
13th Friday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Mark Lussier, PhD, a professor of English and the Barrett’s Honors College, ASU, who is author of several books and essays on the Romantic period and William Blake, will discuss the relationship of ideas of William Blake, Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud.
14th Saturday 11AM The Salon (chair)
A morning conversation with Greg Esser and Nicole Underwood, of Roosevelt Row Community Development Corporation, who will discuss their new book ‘Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row’ about the history and transformation of the artist driven neighborhood near downtown Phoenix. Cindy Dach will have copies of book available for sale.
16th Monday 7PM The Salon
Melinda Johnson, MS, RDN, a clinical professor at the School of Nutrition, ASU and President, Arizona Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, will discuss edible insects in helping with world hunger and malnutrition. Melinda will also offer sample cookies made with cricket flour.
19th Thursday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Ryan Hurley, a partner at Rose Law Group, who is one of the leading lawyers in the country working for the legalization of medical marijuana, will discuss the law and medical marijuana.
20th Friday 6:30PM The Salon
Outside at sunset, Angela McIntire, a bat specialist at the Arizona Fish and Game Department and President, Western Bat Working Group, will lead members to visit a major bat home in Phoenix to see the flight of the bats, followed by an indoor conversation about bats.
24th Tuesday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Tess Neal, PhD, a psychologist and an ASU professor at the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, will discuss her research that weaves together the clinical, cognitive, and social traditions of psychological science to study bias in expert decision making in the legal system, such as by forensic psychologists and psychiatrists, forensic scientists, and judges.
26th Thursday 7PM The Salon
Lindy Elkins-Tanton, PhD, Director of School of Earth and Space Exploration, ASU, will discuss the astroid Psyche, composed almost entirely of metal and of unknown origins, that NASA wants to explore.
27th Friday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Ian Moulton, PhD, a cultural historian and literary scholar, who is professor of English in the School of Letters and Sciences, ASU, will discuss Niccolo Machiavelli, the Italian Renaissance historian, politician, and philosopher, who is called the founder of modern political science.
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