Schulze Speaker Series

The Schulze Speaker Series brings prestigious speakers to campus to provide an interdisciplinary perspective on a wide range of issues. Past speakers have explored the ecological crisis, criminal and social justice, film and other media, the fine arts, and human diversity. Below is a list of upcoming Schulze Speakers.

Upcoming Schulze Speakers Fall 2017

FROM SILENT SPRING TO SILENT NIGHT: A TALE OF TOADS AND MEN

Dr. Hayes will speak about his research studying the effects of environmental toxins on amphibian development, the implications for human health, and how his work has been the target of smear campaigns waged by chemical manufacturers. Dr. Hayes is a world-renowned expert on amphibian endocrinology and a Professor of Biology at the University of California Berkeley. He has received numerous honors, including the E.O. Wilson Award for Outstanding Science in Biodiversity Conservation, the E.E. Just Award from the American Society of Cell Biologists, and a National Geographic Emerging Explorer Award. His story was chronicled by The New Yorker Magazine and in a 2016 short film directed by Academy Award-winning director Jonathan Demme.

 Dr. Tyrone Hayes