"Math for Real Life: The Role of Quantitative Skills in Educating the Next Generation of Voters, Consumers and Citizens"

April 10, 2019 - 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm (already occurred)
Science Center, Lipton Lecture Hall
Professor Kate Follette

Join us for this year's Lazerowitz Lecture with Kate Follette, assistant professor of astronomy. Professor Follette will discuss the critical role that quantitative reasoning plays in educating savvy consumers, discerning voters and conscientious citizens, focusing on recent results that can inform pedagogical practice across the curriculum.

Reception to follow!

This event is made possible by the Max and Etta Lazerowitz Lectureship Fund.

Contact Info

Kate Marantz
(413) 542-2717
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