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Trading Wisdom Amongst Generations: The New Sharing Economy
Lecture date: April 3, 2019. Chip Conley discussed the lessons he learned in the second chapter of his career and how people can repurpose their wisdom to launch new chapters in their careers.
STEM Careers at the Aquarium
Lecture date: April 3, 2019. As part of the City of Los Angeles’ month-long City of STEM science festival, the Aquarium hosted a panel discussion on careers it offers that require science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The Making of Pacific Visions
Lecture date: May 16, 2019. A panel of the experts and Aquarium staff members behind the development and realization of Pacific Visions discussed what went into creating the Aquarium’s first major expansion and the important environmental topics covered in the new exhibits and programming.
State of Resistance: What California’s Dizzying Descent and Remarkable Resurgence Mean for America’s Future
Lecture date: March 26, 2019. Manuel Pastor discusses how California has confronted many of the challenges the country faces now, including climate change, low-wage work, immigrant integration, and rates of incarceration.
What Role Should Nuclear Power Play in Solving Climate Change?
Lecture date: March 12, 2019. Joshua Goldstein discusses the potential role for nuclear power in addressing climate change.
Penguin Conservation in South Africa
Lecture date: February 28, 2019. Sara Mandel discusses her conservation work with penguins in South Africa.
Studying Salamanders to Decipher Nature’s Instruction Manual for Regenerating Limbs
Lecture date: February 19, 2019. Jessica Whited discusses her research on salamanders and their ability to regenerate limbs.
Shifting from Being Right to Doing Right for Animals
Lecture date: February 13, 2019. James Gesualdi discusses current approaches to animal care at zoos, aquariums, and wildlife parks.
The Great Lakes Piping Plover: Conservation through Collaboration
Lecture date: February 5, 2019. Katie Finch discusses her work with the Great Lakes Piping Plover Project, which monitors the vulnerable habitat in which the plover nests and rears and rehabilitates chicks from abandoned nests.