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2018 Cohen Arts & Lecture Series Presents
Author of the best-selling book The Industries of the Future and one of America’s leading experts on innovation, cybersecurity, and internet freedom
“The Industries of the Future”
Tickets are FREE, but you must register to attend
Alec Ross forecasts drivers of change from artificial intelligence and robotics to cybersecurity and cybercrime. Drawing from his best-selling book, The Industries of the Future, the former State Department Senior Advisor for Innovation speaks to the trends and developments that will shape the next decade, illuminating issues around trade, antitrust, taxation, and their impact on markets. Hear how forces like internet freedom, disaster response, commercialization of genomics, and code-ification of money and markets will change the world’s future.
Funding for the Cohen Arts and Lectures Series is made possible by Nancy and Marty Engels in memory of Nancy’s parents, Bernard L. and Bertha F. Cohen ’37.
Moravian College encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact Elaine Deitch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-861-1364 at least one week prior to the event
Robotics Program for current 9th-12th graders
From , current 9th - 12th graders will have the opportunity to work with robots at the University of Pennsylvania Engineering Department. The course runs from through . Participants will interact with the world renowned University of Pennsylvania's GRASP Lab and learn computer science. Lunch is provided and participants have the opportunity to earn up to $700 through Philadelphia Youth Network for participating!
To apply for EITHER program, fill out the Google form using this link:
Questions? Contact Christopher Avery at email@example.com
offered at no cost to attending students. As always, admission into
the program will be based on merit, which is determined based on
submitted application, transcript, essay, and recommendation
Last week I attended Camp Cardiac, which is a medical camp at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. I learned so many useful things at Camp Cardiac that will prepare me for a career in the medical profession. First of all, I became CPR certified. We learned how to do stitches, take blood pressure, look at EKGs, and dissected a pig’s heart. Many doctors came in through the week to teach us about different diseases within the cardiovascular system. Also, one day we had the opportunity to talk to med students and ask questions about the medical field and how we should prepare ourselves. I would recommend Camp Cardiac to anyone who is interested in learning more about the field of medicine. They also have Camp Neuro which is centered around learning about the brain. I would like to attend that one next year!
- Andrew Yukanis
Camp Neuro (July 17-21)