Westinghouse Science Honors Institute Lecture Series

2017-18 schedule
1. October 7, 2017 Paige Kassalen
Around the World with No Fuel
2. October 21, 2017 Matthew C. Lamanna
Section of Vetebrate Paleontology, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
The End of the Age of Dinosaurs in Antarctica  (available through Oct. 26)
3. October 28, 2017 Bryan A. Palaszewski
NASA John H. Glenn
 Research Center
Future Human Exploration of the Solar System
4. November 4, 2017 Freddie Fu
University of Pittsburgh Medical  Center, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 
Anatomic ACL Reconstruction -
 A Changing Paradigm
5. November 18, 2017 Benjamin R. Campbell
Robert Morris university
Adventures in Engineering: Lasers and Mechatronics
6. December 2,2017 Andrea Dammann
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Crime Scenes: Science and Engineering
7. December 9, 2017 Andrew R. Zentner
Pittsburgh Particle Physics, 
Astrophysics and Cosmology Center, University of Pittsburgh
Searching for the Missing 96% of the Universe
8. January 6, 2018 Paul Gould
I Love Design: A Science for Making the World a Better Place
9. January 13, 2018 Nicole F. Stadelman
Westinghouse Electric Company
Nuclear Power Production
10. January 27, 2018 George A. Kantor
Field Robotics Center
Carnegie Mellon University & Sarjoun Skaff
Bossa Nova Robotics
Ballbot and mObi: Robot Development from Research to Commercialization
11. February 10, 2018 Candace Davison &
 Zachary Van Horn
Penn State University, 
Radiation Science and Engineering Center
Braezeale Nuclear Reactor - A Real-Time Virtual Experience
12. February 17, 2018 Lauren E. Kokai
University of Pittsburgh and McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine
The Potential of Adipose Tissue and Adipose-Derived Stem Cells
 13. March 3, 2018 Clinique L. Brundidge 
Naval Nuclear Laboratory - Bettis Laboraty (NNL-Bettis)
The 3D Printing Revolution in Materials Science and Engineering