Carleton University is hosting the fall Ottawa Leadership Luncheon with guest speaker Lawrence Krauss (BSc/77), a renowned physicist/cosmologist and Carleton alum who will discuss science and democracy.
When: Monday, Oct. 23, 2017, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where: TwentyTwo, Westin Ottawa, 11 Colonel By Drive
Info: This event is for alumni, the general public and members of the Carleton community. Tickets are $50 and registration is online at: http://events.carleton.ca/leadership-luncheon/
Media are invited to attend the event.
Citizens who are skeptical, demand evidence and examine different sources bolster democracy. Lawrence Krauss, director of the Origins Project at Arizona State University, will give a keynote address and participate in a question and answer session.
Join in the conversation via CarletonAlumni using #HereforGood. These gatherings are a chance to reflect on Carleton’s founding mandate to give back, providing citizens with the social and common goods of education and opportunity. Together, we are Here for Good.
About Lawrence Krauss
- He received an undergraduate and honorary degree from Carleton University and a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology;
- His research contributions include more than 300 academic and media publications;
- He is the author of 10 bestselling popular science books, including The Physics of Star Trek and The Universe from Nothing;
- Krauss supports Carleton physics students through an endowed scholarship for those with a demonstrated interest in science outreach and communication.
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