"Science and Music, With Exuberance and Humility"
Published: May 24, 2004
Event Date: May 26, 2004
Evergreen offers free lecture with UW's Dr. Vladimir Chaloupka
Wed., May 26, 2004
The Evergreen State College, Lecture Hall I
Free and open to the public. Campus parking $1.25
The Education, Values and Society program at The Evergreen State College invites the public to attend the exciting and provocative lecture "Science and Music, With Exuberance and Humility" by University of Washington physicist Dr. Vladimir Chaloupka on Wed., May 26, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. in Lecture Hall I on the Olympia campus.
Modern science is an awesome and exciting adventure. We seem to be able to navigate nature through the Big Bang and the rapidly unfolding genome project to quantum mechanics. But as we do, the gap increases between this cumulative progress in science and technology and our ability to thoughtfully use new technological tools. Some assert that we are in the process of acquiring powers that we should not have, and that catastrophic consequences await us.
Chaloupka's lecture will examine this dilemma with exuberance and humility through the use of music.
Contact: Kate Lykins Brown, (360) 867-5213
Dr. Helena Meyer-Knapp, (360) 867-6549
Todd Sprague Executive Director of Marketing, Communications and College Relations
The Evergreen State College