A Reunions tradition for over forty years, the Alumni-Faculty Forums (AFFs) bring together alumni panelists from the major reunion classes for discussions of a broad range of timely or timeless topics. Moderated by members of the faculty or administration, the forums attract thousands of alumni and guests each year.

The following Alumni-Faculty Forums (AFFs) will take place during Reunions 2016. A printable version of the schedule with moderator and panelist information is available here: Reunions 2016 Alumni-Faculty Forums [PDF].

FRIDAY, MAY 27, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.

Careers in the Arts (McCormick Hall, Room 101)
Climate Change: Now What? (McCosh Hall, Room 10)
Healthcare: Taking the National Temperature (Alexander Hall, Richardson Auditorium)
Immigration Policy: What is Driving Decisions? (McCosh Hall, Room 50)
The Future of the University Experience (Whig Hall, Senate Chamber)

FRIDAY, MAY 27, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Campaign Finance Reform; Following the Money (McCosh Hall, Room 50)
Entrepreneurs - Are They Wired Differently? (McDonnell Hall, Room A02)
Guns: Who Should Be in Control? (Whig Hall Senate Chamber)
Personal Ways to Address Inequality; Can an Individual Make a Difference? (McCormick Hall, Room 101)
Same Sex Marriage 2.0: After the Supreme Court Decision (McCosh Hall, Room 10)
Who Gets to Say?: Free Speech on Campuses Today (Alexander Hall, Richardson Auditorium)

FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.

In Whom Can We Trust? Role of the Journalist Today (McCosh Hall, Room 10)
Lessons Learned: Can We Avoid Another Epidemic/Pandemic? (Whig Hall, Senate Chamber)
New Tech Trends to Watch (Alexander Hall, Richardson Auditorium)
Race Relations: Are We All Seeing the Same Issues? (Andlinger Center, Maeder Hall Auditorium)
Stability in the Middle East: How Do We Get There From Here? (McCosh Hall, Room 50)

SATURDAY, MAY 28, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.

Aging Population: Challenges and Solutions (McCormick Hall, Room 101)
Biotechnology: What is the Latest and Where are We Going? (Andlinger Center, Maeder Hall Auditorium)
New Frontiers in Space Exploration (McDonnell Hall, Room A02)
U.S. - China Relations: Confronting Challenges, Debunking Myths (McCosh Hall, Room 50)

SATURDAY, MAY 28, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Books That Changed Your Life (McDonnell Hall, Room A02)
K-12 Education: Meeting the Challenges of an American Education (McCosh Hall, Room 10)
Out of the Box: What's New in Alternative Energy? (Andlinger Center, Maeder Hall Auditorium)
Russia, Putin, and a New Cold War? (McCosh Hall, Room 50)
Through the Glass Ceiling: Women's Perspectives as Leaders in Finance (Princeton Neuroscience Institute, Room A32)