Winter/Spring 2000

February 1 Eugenia Scott,
Executive Director, National Center on Science Education

Much Ado About Evolution

February 15 Anne Robichaud,
Author, Lecturer

Implications of Being Italian: Gestures

March 7 Yvonne Pendleton,
Astronomer, Astrophysicist, NASA Researcher

Pathway to the Stars

March 21 Ernie Young,
Co-Director, Center for Biomeidcal Ethics

Emerging Issues in Biomedical Ethics

April 4 Orville Schell,
Dean, Graduate School of Journalism, UC Berkeley

Why the West and China View Tibet So Differently

April 18 Mary Jane Moffat,
Writer, Editor, Teacher

The Long Backward Glance: The Value of Writing Memoirs

May 2 Kevin Sullivan and Mary Jordan,
Foreign Correspondents and Co-Bureau Chiefs of The Washington Post

Close-Up View of Japan and Korea

May 16 Michael Keller,
Chief Librarian, Stanford University Library System

Re-Engineering Academic Libraries in the Twenty-First Century

June 6 Michael beachloss,
Historian, Author, TV Commentator

Election 2000: What Can History Tell Us?

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