Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series Concludes in May With Talks by 'Cyber-Rights Guardian' and Law and Behavioral Science Expert
UC Irvine's 2001-2002 Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series concludes in May with talks by "cyber-rights guardian" Pamela Samuelson, professor of law and information management and director of UC Berkeley's Center for Law and Technology, and John Monahan, professor of psychology and legal medicine at the University of Virginia. Both presentations are free and open to the public.
Pamela Samuelson presents "Intellectual Property and the Public Interest"
5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 2
Monarch Bay B, UCI Student Center
John Monahan presents "Violence and Mental Disorder: The Science and Policy of Risk Assessment"
7 p.m. Tuesday, May 14
Crystal Cove Auditorium, UCI Student Center
(949) 824-7372 or visit www.evc.uci.edu/cdfs/
The Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series brings a variety of scholars, experts and professionals to UCI for short-term visits where they teach seminars and master classes and participate in workshops and discussions with students and faculty. The internationally renowned fellows have been selected for their contributions in disciplines that address the challenges of an increasingly interdependent world.
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