Luncheon Lecture Series 2008 – 2009

Month Topic
October Art, Love, and the Business of Broadway, Judith Dolan, Ph.D., Associate Dean, Arts and Humanities
November The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: The Economic Situation Our Next President Will Face, Valerie Ramey, Ph.D., Professor, Economics
December Miniature Music, Precious Treasures, Lost Early San Diego Manuscripts, Lynda Claassen, M.L.S., Director, Mandeville Special Collections
January Uneasy Dreams: the Songs and Aspirations of a Generation as Seen through the Music of the Beatles, Steven Schick, Professor, Music
February The Science of Healthy Aging, Colin Depp, Ph.D., Assistant Clinical Professor, Psychiatry, Sam and Rose Stein Institute for Research on Aging
March Rogue Genius: Roger Revelle from Start to Finish. Well, Sometimes Not Finish, Judith and Neil Morgan, Journalists
April At What Cost, Health Care Reform: Can We Succeed the Second Time Around? Frank Papatheofanis, M.D., Professor, Radiology
May The Future, Craig Venter, Ph.D., J. Craig Venter Institute