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Michelle Khine (March 2014)
Jonathan Trent (September 2013)

STEM Lecture Series

The Science Learning Institute at Foothill College is proud to present a series of public lectures spotlighting STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). The lectures are given by renowned thought-leaders in STEM disciplines and aimed at general audiences, and college and high school students.

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Lecture Series continues Spring 2015

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Past Lectures

March 14, 2014: Inventing Future Entrepreneurs

Michelle Khine
Dr. Michelle Khine, serial entrepreneur and UC Irvine associate professor of biomedical engineering, chemical engineering and materials science, discussed the growing need to cultivate “homegrown” STEM student innovators. She excels at inspiring others to pursue STEM educational and entrepreneurial opportunities and she shared her strategies to encourage and engage the next generation of inventors and entrepreneurs who will create, design and sell tomorrow’s products and services.

Slideshow of Dr. Khine's Talk

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September 19, 2013: A Space-Time Guide to a Sustainable Future

Jonathan Trent
Dr. Jonathan Trent discussed how today’s teens and 20-somethings will lead the global imperative to imagine, engineer and deliver exciting, environmentally responsible energy solutions. The audience was transported to the year 2033, as he shared possible methods by which humanity will harness and generate energy for industry, habitat and recreation.

Recording of Jonathan Trent's Presentation in 5 parts

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