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The E. E. Just Symposium at Dartmouth College celebrates the spirit of scientific courage and interdisciplinary research, epitomized by E. E. Just's scientific contributions. Ernest Everett Just was the pioneering African American scientist who graduated from Dartmouth College in 1907. The E. E. Just Symposium is a three-day workshop that brings together a group of world-renowned scientists, technologists, Dartmouth students and Alumni to engage in discussions and collaboration on topics at the frontiers of interdisciplinary scientific topics. The program is named in honor of Ernest Everett Just, the distinguished black scientist who graduated from Dartmouth College in 1907.

E. E. Just Symposium Dartmouth

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The E. E. Just Symposium at Dartmouth College celebrates the spirit of scientific courage and interdisciplinary research, epitomized by E. E. Just's scientific contributions. Ernest Everett Just was the pioneering African American scientist who graduated from Dartmouth College in 1907. The E. E. Just Symposium is a three-day workshop that brings together a group of world-renowned scientists, technologists, Dartmouth students and Alumni to engage in discussions and collaboration on topics at the frontiers of interdisciplinary scientific topics. The program is named in honor of Ernest Everett Just, the distinguished black scientist who graduated from Dartmouth College in 1907.

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    E.E. Just Symposium: David Spergel

    E.E. Just Symposium: David Spergel

    David Spergel, Charles A. Young Professor of Astronomy on the Class of 1987 Foundation and Chair, Department of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University, reflects on the excitement and enthusiasm the conference generated and discusses the future of STEM education.

    • 3 Min.
    • video
    E.E. Just Symposium: George Langford

    E.E. Just Symposium: George Langford

    George M. Langford, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Cell Biology and Neuroscience at Syracuse University; first E. E. Just Professor and Director of E. E. Just Program at Dartmouth College, discusses the history and legacy of E.E. Just, as well as the educational needs of minority students in the STEM disciplines.)

    • 2 Min.
    • video
    E.E. Just Symposium Keynote Address: Dark Energy, Dark Matter and Inflation

    E.E. Just Symposium Keynote Address: Dark Energy, Dark Matter and Inflation

    "Dark Energy, Dark Matter and Inflation: New Physics or 21st Century Phlogiston"
    Presented by David Spergel, Charles A. Young Professor of Astronomy on the Class of 1987 Foundation and Chair, Department of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University

    • 1 Std. 2 Min.
    • video
    E.E. Just Symposium Keynote Address: Vesicle Transport in Nerve Cells

    E.E. Just Symposium Keynote Address: Vesicle Transport in Nerve Cells

    Presented by George M. Langford, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Cell Biology and Neuroscience at Syracuse University; first E. E. Just Professor and Director of E. E. Just Program at Dartmouth College

    • 56 Min.
    • video
    E.E. Just Symposium: Jim Gates

    E.E. Just Symposium: Jim Gates

    Sylvester James (Jim) Gates, Jr., John S. Toll Professor of Physics & Director of the Center for String and Particle Theory at the University of Maryland, Member of President Obama's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST), talks about the value of the E.E. Just Symposium—personally, professionally, and educationally—as well as the impact of E.E. Just's achievements.

    • 2 Min.
    • video
    E.E. Just Symposium Keynote Address: SUSY and the Lords of the Ring

    E.E. Just Symposium Keynote Address: SUSY and the Lords of the Ring

    Presented by Sylvester James (Jim) Gates, Jr., John S. Toll Professor of Physics & Director of the Center for String and Particle Theory at the University of Maryland, Member of President Obama's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST)

    • 1 Std. 13 Min.

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