2017-18 Purdue Engineering Distinguished Lectures
The Purdue Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series hosts world-renowned faculty and engineering leaders who stimulate thought-provoking conversations and the sharing of ideas with faculty and students regarding the grand challenges and opportunities in their fields. Purdue Engineering would like to thank all participants of the 2017-18 Purdue Engineering Distinguished Lectures Series.
Matthew Darr — Q&A Panel
Deans Auditorium – Pfendler Hall
Topic: Integration from Data Origination through Impactful Application: Possibilities, Pitfalls, and Paths for Digital Agriculture and Food Systems
A panel-based question and answer session with Matthew Darr moderated by Dr. Margaret Gitau, Associate Professor of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
Paul Anastas — Q&A Panel
Topic: Policies to protect the public from exposure to chemicals
A Distinguished Lecture Series panel-based question and answer session with Paul Anastas, Professor and Director, Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering, Yale University and other Purdue faculty moderated by John W. Sutherland, Professor and Fehsenfeld Family Head of Environmental and Ecological Engineering.