The School for Advanced Research, in partnershp with Creative Santa Fe
"Why Things Are The Way They Are" with Robert Krulwich
The School for Advanced Research, in partnership with Creative Santa Fe, is proud to welcome co-host of NPR’s Radiolab, Robert Krulwich, for SAR’s third annual President’s Lecture. The talk concludes SAR’s 2019-2020 Creative Thought Forum series exploring the future of work.
Krulwich is one of the most original and widely listened to broadcasters in the world. His series, Radiolab, explores “big ideas” and the mysteries of science and life through visceral storytelling. In his talk, Krulwich draws from decades of experience as a special correspondent for ABC News; his regular contributions to Nightline, ABC News Tonight, and Good Morning America; and his role as host and executive editor of PBS’s documentary series NOVA scienceNOW, to share insights on where technology can take us and why communities trust the sources they do when it comes to information about potential futures.
This lecture is also sponsored by Michele and John Camp and Descartes Labs.
SPECIAL VIP PACKAGE
Available to only 80 registrants. The School for Advanced Research and Creative Santa Fe are offering a special VIP package for this event, which includes a meet-and-greet with Robert Krulwich during a pre-lecture reception hosted by Santa Fe’s Descartes Labs, with refreshments and a champagne toast. The package also includes a ticket with premiere seating for the Lensic presentation.
$75 per person ($25 from each VIP package ticket is tax deductible). Proceeds support the School for Advanced Research and Creative Santa Fe.
VIP Package is available through SAR. Register here.
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, January 28th, 2020 at 10 AM.
$15, $20, $25