Rose Talks

Rose Talks

The Rose Talks series features Rose‑Hulman faculty and alumni speaking on their respective areas of expertise.

Watch the Rose Talks Series!

Rose-Hulman has some of the world's brightest faculty and alumni. Watch as they present on a variety of topics - ranging from the staggering range of length scales over which science is done to actively listening to music as a time-travel game to the newest developments in the treatment of diabetes and more!
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Rose Talks: Dr. Diane Evans and Dr. Sriram Mohan

Dr. Diane Evans, Professor of Engineering Management, discusses the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster.

Dr. Sriram Mohan is a Professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering, presents on Ethics in Data Science and Machine Learning. 

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Rose Talks: Dr. Adam Nolte and Dr. David Chapman

Dr. Adam Nolte is Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Associate Professor. While his talk in this video isn't specific to his department, "The Size of Stuff" brings a big perspective. Dr. Nolte tours you through the staggering range of length scales over which science is done, from the planetary to the atomic, and talks about the tools we use to measure distances when the yardstick just won’t cut it.

Dr. David Chapman, Associate Professor of Music in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts department talks about "Musical Listening as a Time-Travel Game". In the game of musical listening, we actively engage with music instead of passively receiving it. And as with any game, it's more fun if you understand the rules!

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Rose Talks: Dr. Mariya Krisenko

Mariya (Marsha) Krisenko, Ph.D., MSL-BC, is a 2010 Rose-Hulman Applied Biology graduate who went on to earn a Ph.D. in Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology. In this video, the certified Medical Science Liaison with a Fortune 500 company discusses “Diabetes Innovation and Frontier,” covering new innovations in diabetes and how our clinical model for treatment of diabetes is changing. It's not about the sugar anymore!

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