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Distinguished Scholar-Teacher Lecture Series

2023-24: Sponsored by the Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost

The Distinguished Scholar-Teacher (DST) Lecture Series recognizes successful scholar-teachers and provides an opportunity for them to share their achievements and expertise with the campus at large. These public presentations feature topics related to the research interests of the award recipients.


  • 10/16 Mon 2:00 pm

    0200 Skinner Building

    Valerie K. Orlando

    School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
    The Importance of Connections and 'Relations' in the African and Caribbean 'Tout-Monde':

    A Literary World of French Expression

  • 10/23 Mon 3:15 pm

    3206 Kirwan Hall

    Chris Laskowski

    Department of Mathematics
    The Perils of Averaging Averages
  • 11/2 Thu 4:15 pm

    Info Commons, 0300 Hornbake Building

    Paul T. Jaeger

    College of Information Studies
    Censorship, Disinformation, and the Immortality of Hatred
  • 11/9 Thu 4:00 pm

    Cafritz Theatre, The Clarice

    Scot Reese

    School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies
    Teaching the Music and Composers of the Great American Songbook in the 21st Century
  • 11/30 Thu 12:00 pm

    1107 Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building

    Don DeVoe

    Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Drips, Drops, and Drams:

    From Nanomedicines to Bioanalytics through Microfluidic Discretization 

  • 3/14 Thu 2:00 pm

    The Forum, A. James Clark Hall

    Daniel Chazan

    Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership
    Why is (Math) Teaching the Way It Is?
  • 3/28 Thu 11:00 am

    1112 Chemistry Great Hall

    Efrain Rodriguez

    Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
    Beyond Sparkle and Glitter:

    How the Science of Crystals will Usher in the Quantum Revolution

  • 4/3 Wed 4:00 pm

    1126 Taliaferro Hall, Library in Jewish Studies

    Julie Greene

    Department of History
    The Wages of Empire:

    U.S. Workers and the Making of History

  • 4/4 Thu 12:00 pm

    Zoom Link

    T. Leigh Anenson

    Logistics, Business and Public Policy
    The National Pension Crisis and the Constitution