ZODIACAL — Inside an unused entrance to the Tulane University School of Medicine, cardinal points within a zodiac dial are embedded into the foyer floor. Little is known about the history of this brass dial. We welcome viewer input.
|Tulane University Film & Arts Festival||2/11/2016|
|Kate Clark: Mysterious Presence, Andrea Dezsö: I Wonder||2/12/2016|
|Daniel G. Nocera: “The Global Energy Challenge: Energy for 1 (x 6 Billion)”||2/14/2016|
|Newcomb Film Series: Living Thinkers: An Autobiography of Black Women in the Ivory Tower||2/18/2016|
|Concert Piano Series||2/23/2016|
|Lecture by Dr. Brittney Cooper||2/24/2016|
|Jazz at the Rat: A Tribute to James Black featuring Joe Dyson||2/25/2016|
|A evening with Zadie Smith||3/1/2016|
Sunday, Feb. 14, 6 p.m.
This Valentine’s Day, love your planet. Hear Daniel G. Nocera, Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy at Harvard University, speak on “The Global Energy Challenge: Energy for 1 (x 6 Billion).” Nocera is developer of the Artificial Leaf, a construct for localized solar energy conversion and storage. He is a National Academy of Arts and Sciences member, he was named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2009, and he received an Emmy nomination for his efforts to bring science and technology to the public on “NOVA.”
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