Baumer Lecture Series
To Mingle is to shift states. It implies the ability to equally join and disconnect. It is a deliberate drift, an active movement that prioritizes overlap over blending, bleeding and blurring. In the realm of design and planning a “mingler” maintains distinct qualities while seeking productive alternatives. The lecture series includes lecturers that are nimble as they seek innovative ways to forward their respective fields. They explore digital and global infrastructure, rely on interdisciplinary networks and are leaders in technology. To mingle requires skill. It is neither abrupt nor loose. It is a magical transition that amplifies an experience.
All lectures are free and open to the public. Unless noted, lectures begin at 5:30 p.m in the Gui Auditorium (Knowlton Hall 250).