Jones Seminars on Science, Technology, and Society

Jones Seminars invites engineering, science, and technology leaders from across the nation to present and facilitate conversation on cutting edge research or scientific issues of our day. 

This endowed speaker series was launched in the 1970s through the generosity of Charles C. Jones '18 Th'19, who sought to facilitate conversation and learning for the curious-minded. All Dartmouth faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the general public are welcome to attend the seminars, typically held on Friday afternoons. PhD students are required to attend weekly, as well as meet before or after each event to discuss its topic in more detail.

If you would like to receive email reminders about the weekly Jones Seminars, please email jones.seminar@dartmouth.edu with your email address.

Upcoming Events

May

20

Special Seminar: Human Pangenomics and the Future of Data Sharing

Jonathan LoTempio, Postdoctoral Fellow, U Penn's Perelman School of Medicine

Monday
2:30pm - 3:30pm ET

Spanos Auditorium/Online

The developments and innovations that allow for the creation of more representative and inclusive human pangenomes.

May

22

Special Seminar: Rapid and Equitable Transport Decarbonization in the Age of Electrification

Madalsa Singh, PhD Candidate, Dept of Energy Science and Engineering, Stanford

Wednesday
3:30pm - 4:30pm ET

Online

Reducing burdens and disparities through transport efficiency and electrification, and grid decarbonization.

Past Events