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“Robotics to Reach Out and Change the World”

Professor Chad Jenkins

October 11, 2016

7 p.m., Olin 301


Lewis & Clark is pleased to host Dr.  Chad Jenkins, an Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan. Professor Jenkins will share his cutting-edge research in robotics with the Lewis & Clark community.

About the Lecture Series

Focused on making innovative scientific research accessible and relevant to a wide audience, the annual Science Without Limits Symposium seeks to increase participation in the physical and natural sciences among all groups, particularly those that have been historically underrepresented.

The symposium showcases new and exciting developments in interdisciplinary areas of scientific research and successfully engages diverse audiences through presentations, colloquiums, forums, and interactive activities.

Launched in 2008, with past funding support of a grant from Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the symposium broadens access to the sciences for all who attend. The symposium has received sustaining funding through the generosity of the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation.

All events are free and open to the public.