Your Christmas tree: what does a grower do in the 7-12 years before you cut a tree?
Speaker: Chal Landgren
Professor and OSU Extension Christmas Tree Specialist
Recorded November 8, 2021.
To Boldly Go: Why Scientists and Social Justice Warriors Need Star Trek
Speaker: José-Antonio Orosco
Professor, Philosophy, School of History, Philosophy, and Religion
Recorded October 11, 2021.
How to Teach a Two-Legged Robot to stand, walk, run, hop and skip
Speaker: Alan Fern
Professor, Computer Science and Associate Head of Research, College of Engineering
Recorded September 21, 2021.
Wave Energy: Role in Decarbonizing our Energy System and Why Oregon?
Speaker: Bryson Robertson
Associate Professor, Civil and Construction Engineering
Recorded May 10, 2021.
The Moral Terrains of Science Activism and Environmental Justice
Speaker: Robert Melchior Figueroa
Associate Professor, Environmental Justice and Philosophy
Recorded March 8, 2021.
When Ideology Trumps Science: Why We Question the Experts on Everything from Climate Change to Vaccinations
Speakers: Erika Allen Wolters, Assistant Professor and Associate Director Public Policy Undergraduate Program and Brent Steel, Professor and Director, Public Policy Graduate Program
Recorded Feb. 8, 2021
Fires in the West: How to build fire adaptive communities for the future
Speaker: Erica Fisher
Assistant Professor, Civil and Construction Engineering
Recorded November 9, 2020.
The Pandemic That We Were Not Prepared For
Speaker: Chunhuei Chi
Professor, Global Health Program; Professor, Health System and Policy Program; Director, Center for Global Health: College of Public Health & Human Sciences
Recorded October 12, 2020.
From Extinction to Recovery: Bringing golden paintbrush back from the brink in Western prairies
Speaker: Tom Kaye
AssociateProfessor, Botany and Plant Pathology
Recorded September 14, 2020.
Too Much of a Good Thing?The Science of Super-cushioned Running Shoes
Speaker: Christine Pollard
Director, FORCE Lab; Associated Professor, Kinesiology
Recorded May 11, 2020.