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From chocolate to cybersecurity, Rose‑Hulman faculty know a lot. Check out their video talks here and you'll love what you learn!
Rose-Hulman has some of the world's brightest faculty and alumni. Watch and learn as they present on a variety of cool topics!
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Cyber Security and Ransomware

Hacking for ransom is big news lately. Find out what it's all about and what you can do to keep your data safe with associate professor and Rose alumnus Sid Stamm

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Two Rose Talks: Tips for Investor Pitches and Understanding Cryptocurrency

The Star Wars model of the perfect investor pitch with alumnus and entrepreneur Jeff Ready

Understanding cryptocurrency and blockchain with alumnus Koushik Subramanian

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Civil and Environmental Engineering at Rose-Hulman

Associate Professor Matt Lovell discusses the state-of-the-art hands-on learning available to civil and environmental engineering students at Rose, including a new structural engineering learning facility.

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Logistics of COVID-19: A hospital operations perspective

Alumna Kelly Noel talks about the complexities of managing more than $1 billion in healthcare construction projects during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A Slice of Pi: Dr. Dave Voltmer

Learn all about pi, including how a Rose-Hulman professor helped stop the State of Indiana from making a mess of pi. Retired professor of computer and electrical engineering, Dr. Dave Voltmer, shares history, trivia, and even a great pie recipe in this tasty Rose Talk on the magic number, pi.
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Anti-reductionism for a better life: Dr. Thom Adams

Is anything more than the sum of its parts? Is reductionism really the way to go? Do vodka and diet root beer taste good together? These are just a few of the important questions Dr. Thom Adams addresses in his talk, Eductionism - Anti-reductionism for a Better Life.
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Entrepreneurship: Dustin Sapp and Tom James

Love the idea of starting your own business? Learn what makes entrepreneurs tick (including macaroni) from alumnus and entrepreneur Dustin Sapp and Professor Tom James.

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Cybersecurity: Dr. Wayne Padgett

Want to know how to protect yourself from identity theft and hackers? Suffering from password fatigue? Wonder what's the best way to make a password? Join Dr. Wayne Padgett, professor of electrical and computer engineering, as he presents helpful information and tips for better personal cybersecurity.
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Chocolate!: Drs. Kim and Dave Henthorn

Love chocolate? Join professors Kim and David Henthorn for an online chocolate tasting and discussion of the chemistry and engineering that goes into the production of high-quality chocolate.

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STEM Jeopardy! and Black Water to Energy: Dr. Richard House and Dr. Rebecca DeVasher

Former Jeopardy! champion Professor Richard House hosts a special STEM-focused version of the popular game show. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry Rebecca DeVasher discusses a musical revolution and creating energy from wastewater.

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Entrepreneurship and Telehealth: Mike Hatfield and Jacob Oblazny

1984 alumnus and serial entrepreneur Mike Hatfield talks about the importance of entrepreneurship.

Current student Jacob Oblazny shares how his grandma inspired a new business idea.

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Challenger Disaster and High-tech Ethics: 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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Measuring Things and Musical Time Travel: Dr. Adam Nolte and Dr. David Chapman

In "The Size of Stuff" Dr. Adam Nolte the way we measure things in science.

Associate Professor David Chapman talks about "Musical Listening as a Time-Travel Game."

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Diabetes: Dr. Mariya Krisenko

2010 applied biology graduate Mariya (Marsha) Krisenko, Ph.D., discusses innovations in diabetes treatment and research.

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