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Featured Arts and Sciences Events
Justice in Action
Public Lectures featuring Angela Davis
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
7:00 - 9:00pm Lectures
Tickets have sold out, but join us online for the livestream event.
A reception sponsored by the Department of Africana Studies and the Office of Student Access and Educational Equity will follow the lectures.
College Avenue Student Center, Multipurpose Room
Please join us as we honor Rutgers Professor of Criminal Justice Lennox Hinds.
“Radical Visions of Justice”
Angela Y. Davis, Distinguished Professor Emerita
University of California, Santa Cruz
“Reflections of a People’s Lawyer”
Lennox Hinds, Professor
Rutgers University–New Brunswick
Join us on October 5 for the livestream event.
These lectures are the culmination of a day on Law, Justice, and Activism in honor of Professor Lennox Hinds sponsored by the Paul Robeson Cultural Center, the Program in Criminal Justice, the Africana Studies Department, the Office of Student Access and Educational Equity, the Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities, the Dean’s Office at the School of Arts and Sciences, and Undergraduate Academic Affairs.
Panels on Law, Justice, and Activism
2:30 - 4:30pm
Open to the public and no ticket required
The Paul Robeson Cultural Center
Rutgers University, Busch Campus
600 Bartholomew Rd
Piscataway Township, NJ 08854
Phone: (848) 445-3545
From Edison Lightbulb to Blue LED Lighting
2014 Nobel Prize Winner in Physics to Present Public Lecture at Rutgers
Monday, August 29, 2016
6:30 - 8:30 PM
George Street Playhouse
Demonstrations, lecture, and Q&A
Join us for a free public lecture with Shuji Nakamura, 2014 Nobel Laureate in Physics. A series of breakthroughs over decades has paved the way for the emergence of LED light bulbs, and their ability to reduce the world's electricity consumption. Shuji Nakamura shared the Nobel Prize in Physics for the invention of efficient blue light-emitting diodes that have enabled energy-saving light sources. Come hear this world-renowned scholar discuss the past, present, and future of lighting.
Click here for more information about this public lecture with Shuji Nakamura.
Visit the Arts and Sciences calendar for information about more events including lectures, seminars, and workshops: Arts and Sciences Calendar
For more information, contact:
Dana Ricci, Manager of Special Events and Programs