60-Second Lectures - In Quarantine
Every spring and fall, Penn Arts & Sciences faculty take a minute out by the Ben Franklin statue in front of College Hall to share a unique perspective in one minute or less. This semester, 60-Second Lectures go digital as we seek to understand this difficult and unique moment in time. A wide variety of scholars and experts will shed light on the pandemic, including the science; the complex social, cultural, historical, and economic issues; and the response here on campus.
Mathematical Models of the Pandemic
Michael Levy, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Perelman School of Medicine
Justin McDaniel, Professor of Religious Studies
How COVID-19 Is Affecting How Americans Vote
Marc Meredith, Associate Professor of Political Science
Surviving the Greatest Pandemic: 1348
David Wallace, Judith Rodin Professor of English
Lectures will be posted every Wednesday in April at noon on Penn Arts & Sciences Facebook and Twitter pages @PennSAS and on Penn Arts & Sciences Vimeo Library.