1st Tuesday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Film and television writer Bill Goodykoontz of USA Today and The Arizona Republic will join media writer Bill Wyman for a discussion about the portrayal of recent events and history on television, the movies, and social media.
2nd Wednesday 7PM The Salon
Paul Coleman, PhD, Research Professor, ASU - Banner Neurodegenerative Diseases Research Center, will discuss the latest on Alzheimer’s, how it begins, effectively diagnosis and how individuals and scientists may slow it down.
4th Friday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Hilde Hoogenboom, PhD, of the International School of Letters and Cultures at ASU, who focuses on Russian literature, will talk about Catherine the Great and her Memoirs. Her new translation of Catherine’s memoirs published by Penguin Random House is the featured book at the Hermitage Amsterdam exhibition ‘Catherine the Greatest’ his fall.
7th Monday 7PM The Salon (chair)
11th Friday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Judge Murray Snow, of the US District Court in Phoenix, will discuss the federal courts and judiciary.
14th Monday 7PM The Salon
Rebekah Sanders, senior political reporter of The Arizona Republic,, will discuss the 2016 Election, including Presidential, Senate, House, Legislative, and Sheriff races.
15th Tuesday 6PM The Salon
At her exhibition at Lisa Sette Gallery, artist Mayme Kratz will discuss her lyrical art that embeds tiny natural objects of nature in acrylic resin.
17th Thursday 7PM The Salon
Paul Bender, former US Deputy Solicitor General and former ASU Law Dean, will discuss the impact of The Election and current issues and cases of the US Supreme Court.
18th Friday 7PM The Salon (chair)
Stephen MacKinnon, PhD, a professor emeritus of History at ASU, who has lived frequently in China, will discuss current political and cultural issues in China.
21st Monday 7PM The Salon
Barry Smith, will perform music for his electric violin in a dome of an office tower.
28th Monday 7PM The Salon
Phil Christensen, PhD, a Regent’s Professor and Ed and Hellen Korrick Professor in Dept of Geological Science, ASU, will discuss new research on Europa, an interesting moon of Jupiter that has an ocean beneath the ice shell and may have life.
30th Wednesday 7PM The Salon
Pearce Paul Creasman, PhD, curator, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research and director, Egyptian Expedition, University of Arizona, and Tori Finlayson, archaeologist and Egyptologist, will discuss temple investigations and developments of King Tut's tomb.
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