Panel Discussion | March 16 | 5-7 p.m. | César E. Chávez Student Center, Atrium
Mary Kelsey, Prof in Sociology, UC Berkeley; Victoria Robinson, Lecturer in Ethnic Studies & Dir American Cultures Center, UC Berkeley; Waldo Martin, Prof in History, UC Berkeley
Student Learning Center, Office of Undergraduate Research & Scholarships, American Cultures Center
Behind the Professor's Lectern is a Graham-Norton styled chat that will explore the unseen processes and life paths behind the works of our professors. In a participatory format, we will celebrate the love and passion that motivates our professors' disciplinary accomplishments. Specifically, professors will share stories of how they came to be who they are today, including tales of their early experiences that have led to their enthusiasm in pursuing innovation in their fields. By going behind the lectern, we hope to reframe our approach to navigating our disciplines and reaffirm our love and passion for whatever we hope to pursue here at Cal.
Behind the Professor's Lectern is organized through a partnership between the Student Learning Center (SLC), the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarships (OURS), and American Cultures Center (AC).