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Paving a Way for the Space Revolution

Eric Thomas, MBA ’21 and Mission Manager for New Shepard, Blue Origin’s premiere reusable launch vehicle, will join us for a discussion of his experience with SpaceX’s...

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Humans vs. Asteroids: Mitigating Risk and Expanding Opportunities

Marina Brozovic, physicist at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology, joins us to discuss her work as a radar scientist and an orbital dynamicist...

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Asteroid Mining: A Trillion Dollar Industry for the 21st Century

Robert Jedicke, Professor of Astronomy at the University of Hawaii, will join us to discuss his current research working with Trans Astronautica Corporation to develop techniques...

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Inter-Governmental Competition in Space

Benjamin Bahney, Senior Fellow at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will join us to discuss his work on issues surrounding the integration of space and cyber with the...

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Space Threats and National Security

Lieutenant General William J. Liquori, USSF Deputy Chief of Staff for Space Operations, Strategy, Plans, Programs, Requirements and Analysis for the United States Space Force,...

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Through the Glass Ceiling to the Stars

Retired NASA Astronaut and United States Air Force Colonel Eileen Collins joins us to discuss her roles as the first female to pilot a U.S. spacecraft with the Discovery shuttle...

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Global Affairs

Mapping Technologies for Peace and Conflict: From the Weaponization of Social Media to Digital Peacebuilding and Peacetech

This presentation will provide a survey of the best and worst impacts of technology on peace building. Beginning with an overview of how social media platforms’ profit models...

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The Space Barons and the Commercialization of Space

Christian Davenport, correspondent at The Washington Post covering space for the Financial desk joins us for a discussion of the Age of the Space Baron and the future of space as...

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Notre Dame lecture series examines the new space race

Today’s race to space is decidedly different from the U.S. competition with the Soviet Union during the Cold War. With names of billionaires like Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Sir...

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Why Does Biodiversity Matter to Us All?

The London Global Gateway is running a Sustainable Future Series inspired by Pope Francis’ vision set out in ‘Laudato Si’: On Care for Our Common Home,’ which calls all...

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Health and Society

Global Health Seminar: “Lessons from the AIDS epidemic”

In 1981, Dr. James W. Curran ’66 was tapped to lead a CDC task force charged with determining what was behind the first cases of what we now know as AIDS. Dr. Curran will...

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Health and Society

George B. Craig, Jr. Memorial Lecture: “Kill the Messenger: Developing mosquitocidal vaccines and drugs to control mosquito-borne diseases”

Dr. Brian Foy ’94 has helped pioneer studies designed to target mosquito vectors through their bloodmeals as a way to disrupt mosquito-borne pathogen transmission and reduce...

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