Each year, the Visiting Fellow program brings a prominent environmental thinker to Pace’s campuses for a residential program of public lectures, student and faculty dialogues, workshops, guest class lectures, and informal discussions. Visiting fellows will fully participate in the intellectual life of the Pace Academy and the University.
Program integration has spanned many disciplines including: environmental studies, management, marketing, public administration, English, biology, and law. Past fellows have included L. Hunter Lovins, Janisse Ray, Glenn Prickett, and Michael Oppenheimer.
2015-2016 Visiting Fellow
David Rejeski, director, Science and Technology Innovation Program
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
In residence February 24-25, 2016 and April 4-5, 2016.
April 4: Can 20th Century Environmentalism Catch Up to 21st Century Technology? 6:30PM Kessel Student Center, Butcher Suite (PLV)
- Description: Join us for a lecture by Visiting Fellow David Rejeski, director of the Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP) at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. From 3D printers and ubiquitous computing to nano-scale machines and cheap techniques to edit genetic code, technologies are emerging that can transform the planet. But can environmental laws of a past generation harness the good today and protect us from the bad tomorrow? At a broader level, if we can redesign the earth, should we? More details.