Digital Library

  • LMU: President Timothy Snyder, Stefan Bradley, David Choi, & Kate Pickert on Innovation in Higher Ed

    On this livestream, Loyola Marymount President Timothy Law Snyder leads a conversation with faculty experts on diversity and inclusion, entrepreneurism and social good, and journalism, to share how LMU students and faculty members can use innovation and imagination to go beyond the classroom and make a difference in the world.

    Featured speakers:
    - LMU President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D. (moderator)
    - Stefan Bradley, Professor of African American Studies and Coordinator for Diversity/Inclusion Initiatives, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
    - David Choi, Director, Fred Kiesner Center for Entrepreneurship
    - Kate Pickert, Assistant Professor, English Journalism


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  • Perspectives on the Future of the Automobile

    Jeffrey Cole, University of Southern California

    Dan Eberhart, Canary

    Stefan Krause, EVelozcity

    Kent Kresa, Petersen Automotive Museum

    John Rossant, NewCities & LA CoMotion

    Dakota Semler, Thor Trucks

    Ryan Westrom, Ford Smart Mobility

    Brian Witten, Symantec

    Moderator: Terry McCarthy, Los Angeles World Affairs Council

    With the rapidly approaching transition to automated vehicles, the number of stakeholders in the transportation sector is quickly expanding. From energy and infrastructure to cyber security and technology start-ups, new opportunities and challenges are emerging. Each speakers with three minutes each will give their take on how we got here, where the industry is going and what we should watch out for as it goes there.
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