September 13, 2017

Benjamin Franklin Statue
In front of College Hall
  • Charles Loeffler

    Jerry Lee Assistant Professor of Criminology

When Does A Child Become an Adult?

60-Second Lecture

Got a minute?

Every spring and fall, Penn Arts and Sciences' faculty squeeze a wealth of knowledge and discovery into just one minute. Topics range from human history, to fractions, to fly-fishing.

Lectures are held at 12 p.m. on their scheduled dates, in front of the Benjamin Franklin statue on the College Green.

In the case of inclement weather, lectures will be held at the Bistro inside of Houston Hall.

Upcoming Lectures:

September 20
Campbell Grey, Associate Professor of Classical Studies
Why Do We Walk Where We Walk? A Meditation on Movement, Meaning, and Agency

September 27
Meredith Tamminga, Assistant Professor of Linguistics
Changing Sounds and Changing Signs in Philadelphia Dialects

Can't make it to the lecture? Watch a livestream on Facebook or Twitter @PennSAS.