EEE Lectures – Spring 2024

Join us for eleven thought-provoking lectures on Fridays from February 9 to April 26th 2024 from 2-3 pm. Lectures are held at Faith United Methodist Church, 899 Dorset St., South Burlington and on Zoom Webinar simultaneously.

Friday, February 9

Linda L. Fowler, PhD, Professor of Government and Frank J. Reagan Chair, Emerita, Dartmouth College

“The Politics of Dysfunction: Is the State of America’s Democracy as Scary as So Many
Observers Claim?”

Friday, February 16

Gabe Langbauer, Meteorologist in Charge, National Weather Service, Burlington

“The Great Vermont Flood of July 2023″

Friday, February 23

Erik Esselstrom, PhD, Professor of East Asian History and Director of Asian Studies Program, UVM

“China and the West – Historical Lessons for the Present”

Friday, March 1

Michael Monte, CEO, Champlain Housing Trust

“What Can You Do with $20 Million: From Homelessness to Homeownership”

Friday, March 8

Shawn Burke, Chief, South Burlington Police Department

“Contemporary Policing”

Friday, March 15

Chris Sabick, Executive Director, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

“The Underwater Archaeology of Lake Champlain”

Friday, March 22

Sarah Mearhoff, Political Reporter, VTDigger

“Inside the Capitol: An Update on Vermont’s 2024 Legislative Session”

Friday, April 5

Sergio Tenreiro de Magalhaes, PhD, Chief Learning Officer, Associate Professor and Chair of Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics, Champlain College

“Artificial Intelligence: The Birth of a New Era”

Friday, April 12

Peter Henne, PhD, Professor, Department of Political Science and Global and Regional Studies Program, Director of Middle East Studies Program, UVM

“Why the Middle East Will Always Matter”

Friday, April 19

Glynnis Fawkes, Cartoonist

“The Making of 1177 BC: A Graphic History of the Year Civilization Collapsed”

Friday, April 26

Kirk Dombrowski, PhD, Vice President for Research and Economic Development, UVM

“Tech Hub Opportunities and Collaboration Plans for UVM and Global Foundries”

CCTV Center for Media & Democracy, Vermont

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