Celebrating E. E. Just's Spirit of Scientific Courage
Thursday - Saturday, September 27 - 29, 2012
The E. E. Just Symposium at Dartmouth College celebrates the spirit of scientific courage and interdisciplinary research, epitomized by E. E. Just's scientific contributions. Ernest Everett Just was the pioneering African American scientist who graduated from Dartmouth College in 1907. The E. E. Just Symposium is a three-day workshop that brings together a group of world-renowned scientists, technologists, Dartmouth students and Alumni to engage in discussions and collaboration on topics at the frontiers of interdisciplinary scientific topics.
Special thanks to the Dean of Faculty office and the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program for their financial support of the symposium.
Top Scientists at the Just Symposium reflect on Just's legacy
December 7, 2012 Dartmouth Now had the opportunity to conduct interviews with the keynote speakers who expressed their perspectives on the legacy of E.E. Just, the symposium itself and the need for innovative pedagogy.
The E.E. Just Symposium: A success in physics and beyond....
October 5, 2012: The E. E. Just Symposium was a special kind of conference. Over three days - September 27 - 29, 2012 - eminent physicists, astronomers and others gathered....
Science Stars Head to Dartmouth for the E. E. Just Symposium
September 18, 2012: "This is a gathering of eagles," says Dartmouth theoretical physicist Stephon Alexander in describing the inaugural E. E. Just Symposium.
Last Updated: 1/15/13