TUESDAY | MARCH 6, 2018 | 7:30PM | ANDERSON UNIVERSITY CENTER - CK @ PLU
Supported by a generous endowment from George L. and Helen B. Long, the Rachel Carson Science, Technology & Society Annual Lecture was designed to bring leading experts in the fields of science and technology to campus to address the PLU community. Visiting scholars interact with PLU students and faculty in the classroom, and lecture on a scholarly topic of general interest in the evening.
This year’s distinguished speaker is Dr. Pamela Ronald, a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Plant Pathology and the Genome Center at the University of California, Davis. Dr. Ronald also serves as founding director of the UC Davis Institute for Food and Agricultural Literacy and will be speaking on genetically modified organisms during her time at PLU.
The Long Science, Technology and Society Endowed Internship Fund
Supported by a generous endowment from George L. and Helen B. Long, this internship provides financial assistance to PLU students with an unpaid internship in a field related to science and technology.Learn More
Creating a Legacy of Good Work: The First Group of Long Interns
This summer, three students were chosen for work across the natural sciences spectrum. The students’ efforts included helping people with food sensitivities, helping injured and orphaned baby birds, and nonprofit work.Learn More
Rachel Carson: The Lecture's Namesake
Inspired by the spirit of Rachel Carson, George and Helen Long's support for this series helps to bring leading experts in the fields of science and technology to campus to address PLU students, faculty, and our surrounding community.Learn More