Winter/Spring 2015


February 3 Michael McFaul,  U.S. Ambassador to Russia, 2011-2014; Director of Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford

Causes and Consequences of Our Conflict with Russia

February 17 Adrienne Faillace, Producer, Archive of American Television

Capturing Television History One Voice at a Time

March 3 David Lenox, AIA, Stanford University Architect since 2005

Stanford University: Making Connections to the Past and the Future

March 17 Ellen Sussman, Author

A Writer’s Life

April 7 Severin Borenstein, E.T. Grether Professor of Business Administration and Public Policy at the Haas School of Business and Research Associate of the Energy Institute at Haas

Exciting Progress and Harsh Realities in the Race to Low-Carbon Energy

April 21 Karl Eikenberry, U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan, 2009-2011; Lt. General, U.S. Army (ret); faculty member, Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University

The Future of Sino-American Relations

May 5 James Delgado, Director of Maritime Heritage in the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Diving and Documenting the Titanic Wreck Site: What We Are Still Learning

May 19 Simon Pennington, M.A., lecturer in Art History, Professor, Foothill College

Designing the Future: Modern Design and the Creative Economy

June 2 Helene Cooper, Liberian-born American journalist; New York Times Pentagon correspondent; previously New York Times White House correspondent; author – The House at Sugar Beach: In Search of a Lost African Childhood

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