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Marshall Brown
June 11, 2014

Illinois Institute of Technology's Office of The President Presents, "Anticipation: Urban Scenarios for the Obama Presidential Archive." A lecture by IIT Associate Professor of Architecture Marshall Brown took place on Wednesday, June 11, 2014.

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Mohammad Shahidehpour, John R. Birge, Anjan Bose, H. Vincent Poor
May 14, 2014

See the documents below for information about the presentations from the 2014 NAE Regional Meeting and Symposium.

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John W. Rowe
November 20, 2013

John W. Rowe—renowned Chicago civic leader, IIT regent, current member and former chairman of the IIT Board of Trustees, and chairman emeritus of Exelon Corporation—delivered a presentation about the 2013 report published by the Commission of the Humanities and Social Sciences of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and its relevance to higher education.

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Wiel Arets
October 3, 2012

Wiel Arets, IIT College of Architecture dean, delivers a lecture based upon his current work.

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Ralph Lerner
April 26, 2012

The IIT College of Science and Letters hosted the annual Benjamin Franklin Project lecture, delivered by Ralph Lerner, Benjamin Franklin professor emeritus and professor in the Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago.

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Gabriel Spitzer
April 18, 2012

Gabriel Spitzer, creator of WBEZ's Clever Apes and reporter at KPLU Seattle, presented the Sigma Xi lecture, "Science into Stories: The Human Angle on Research and Discovery" as part of IIT's annual Graduate College Research Day.

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Lori Andrews
April 12, 2012

Lori Andrews, distinguished professor of law at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, addressed the topic of "How Social Networks are Changing Our Lives and Our Culture" at this seminar on Privacy and Social Media.

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Gordon Wood
March 15, 2012

Pulitzer Prize winning historian Gordon Wood presented the Benjamin Franklin Project Lecture.

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Maya Lin
October 24, 2011

Maya Lin, designer of the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C., delivered an IIT College of Architecture lecture.

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