The Meg & Sam Flax Lecture Series invites top scholars, policymakers, and practitioners to speak to a wide audience of Georgia Tech students and faculty on issues of urgent importance in public policy. Our goal is not just a better understanding of current issues, but to get diverse perspectives on the proper role(s) for government in solving crucial problems. Because they practice at the cutting-edge of their fields, or on the front-lines of government policy, the Flax Lecturers speak not from philosophy or theory, but from facts, data, and experience. Topics range from science & technology policy to energy and the environment, from pandemic threats to sustainable development, from artificial intelligence and cyber-security to monetary policy, and even outer space. All Flax lectures are free of charge. Members of the broader Georgia Tech and Atlanta community are welcome to attend. Started in the Fall of 2019, the series is still ongoing.
List of Events:
Speakers: Michelle Nunn and Ryan Shepherd
Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 12:00pm
Speaker: Prof. Christina Harrington
"How Can Scientists & Engineers Influence Public Policy?: Lessons Learned from the Field"