Past Events

Spring 2016 Programming

The IDEAL Center for Innovation hosts different series of events around Innovation, Design, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership. Spring 2016 programming will continue to be updated throughout the semester.

Entrepreneurship Workshops

Workshops will be held on Thursday evenings starting at 7:00 p.m.

Professional Development Seminars

Workshops will be held on Thursday evenings in starting at 7:00 p.m.

              • Engaging Presentation, February 25
                Mary Jo Lodge, Associate Professor Theater and Jennifer W. Kelly, Director of Arts and Associate Professor of Music
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              • Analysis of Major Purchases, March 17
                Christopher R. Anderson, Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
                Kirby Hall of Civil Rights 104
              • Can You Make $100,000 Your First Day on the Job?
                Maximizing Your Non-salary Compensation, April 7
                James P. Schaffer, Director of Institutional Research
                Kirby Hall of Civil Rights 104

 

President’s Entrepreneurship Lecture Series

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Additive Manufacturing Institute

  • Maker Meet-Up: Lafayette Today: 3D Printing at Lafayette
    Friday, February 19  1:30 p.m., AEC 202
  • IPrize Information Sessions
    Monday, February 29 12:00 p.m., Marlo Room East
    Wednesday, March 9 12:00 p.m., Marlo Room East
  • Seminar: Solving the Impossible Recycling Challenges: From K-Cups and Ocean Plastic to 3D Filament
    Sean McSherry ’17, Alessandro Sindoni ’16, and Dr. Philip Brunner, Zzyzx Polymers
    Thursday, April 14 12:15 p.m., Hugel 100

 

Cultural Conservation and Nanotechnology

  • Public Workshop: Hard Nanomaterials for Cultural Conservation
    Monday, March 28 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., Farinon Atrium
  • Tiffany Rekindled: A Stained-glass Masterpiece Restored
    Richard Prigg, former General Manager Willet Hauser Architectural Glass
    Thursday, April 7 12:15 p.m., Gendebien Room Skillman Library
  • Glass Science: Shedding Light on the Artist’s Palette Glen Cook, Chief Scientist, Corning Museum of Glass Friday, April 8 12:00 p.m., Williams Center 108
  • Public Workshop: Soft Nanomaterials for Cultural Conservation
     Wednesday, April 27 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., Farinon Atrium

 

Spring 2015 Programming

Thursday, February 5
IDEA375: Cultural Conservation and Nanotechnology Team “Practices In Preparing Intonaco And Making Fresco.”
Acopian Lab 233C 4:00-6:00p
Cultural Conservation and Nanotechnology

February 24 and 25
Ed Kerns and Jim Toia with Melissa Galloway discussing the atmospheric chemistry of fresco degradation.
“Public Participation Fresco Painting”
WVAB, Sculpture 4:00-5:30p and 7:30-9:00p
Sponsored by: The Art Department and the IDEAL
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Wednesday, March 4
Kayla Metelenis 15′ and Diane Cole Ahl
“Looking Back At The Flood Of Florence In 1966:Disaster, Recovery, And Cultural Conservation.”
Skillman Library, Gendebien Room
12:00-1:00p
Sponsored by: The Art Department and The IDEAL Center

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Tuesday, March 10
IDEA375: Cultural Conservation and Nanotechnology Team Practium
“Basic Laboratory Procedures And Orientation”
Acopian 210
1:00-1:30p
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Wednesday, April 1
Rachel Goshgarian, Assistant Professor, History Department
“Armenian Monuments in Turkey: History, Memory,and the Polictics of Preservation.”
Skillman Library, Gendebien Room
12:00-1:00p
Sponsored by: The History Department and the IDEAL Center

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Wednesday, April 15
Markus Dubischar, Associate Professor of Classics
“Man vs. Nature: Fresco Destruction And Conservation In Pompeii, Italy.”
Skillman Library, Gendebien Room
12:00-1:00p
Sponsored by: The Classical Civilization Program And The IDEAL Center

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