Princeton University Public Lecture Series

Do any of these lectures sound interesting to you?

– A conversation between Stephen Sondhiem, composer and lyricist and Frank Rich, former NY Times drama critic, columnist and writer for New York magazine.

– Astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium Neil DeGrasse Tyson: Delusions of Space Enthusiasts.

– Comedian, writer and actor Steve Martin, Stand Up: My Rise and Collapse.

Daniel M. Russell, Uber Tech Lead for Search Quality and User Happiness, Google:  What Does It Mean to Be Literate in the Age of Google.

– Dava Sobel and Diane Ackerman discuss The Art of Science Writing.

Carmen Reinhart of the Peterson Institute for International Economics: A Decade of Debt.

These are just a few of the many lectures that have taken place over the past year. Lectures are free and open to the public. Living in Princeton certainly has its advantages and we think this is an amazing one! If you would like to see what is coming up next, go to http://lectures.princeton.edu/  and you will find an updated list of things to come.  Enjoy! Sig&Syl

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