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Shaping the Experience of ArtJames Steward, Director of the Art Museum and Lecturer with the rank of Professor in Art and Archaeology.
Teaching 50 Years at Princeton: Engineering as Art, as History and in PoliticsDavid P. Billington '50, Gordon Y.S. Wu Professor of Engineering, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Director for the Program in Architecture and Engineering.
How to Pick a Supreme Court JusticeChristopher L. Eisgruber, Provost and Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Public Affairs in the Woodrow Wilson School and the University Center for Human Values.
Civility in a Fractured SocietyJames A. Leach *64, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities and Woodrow Wilson Award recipient.
The Global Financial Crisis: What Have We LearnedBurton G. Malkiel *64, Chemical Bank Chairman's Professor of Economics.
Update from the USCENTCOM CommanderDavid H. Petraeus *85 *87, General, Commander, U.S. Central Command and Madison Medal recipient.
A Tale of the Ends: Medical Impact of Basic Research in Telomere BiologyVirginia A. Zakian, Harry C. Wiess Professor in the Life Sciences and Professor of Molecular Biology.
Forty Years of Undergraduate Women at Princeton: Women and Gender Studies in the Classroom and Feminist Activism on CampusJill Dolan, Annan Professor in English, Professor of English and Theater in the Lewis Center for the Arts, and Director for the Program in the Study of Gender and Sexuality.
Dilemmas in AthleticsHarold Feiveson *72, Senior Research Policy Analyst for the Woodrow Wilson School and the Program on Science and Global Security.
Discussion About Domestic Politics and Previous Efforts at Health Care ReformJulian Zelizer, Professor of History and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School. (Additional presenters)