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DayTimers Speaker Series: “Man-Woman-Life-Death-Infinity: A Journey Through Space & Time” led by Stan Schatt
Thursday, October 21 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pmFree
Join Dr. Stan Schatt on a journey through time and space as he looks at how humanity is evolving and where it likely is headed. What exactly makes us human? From the Neanderthals, our ancient relatives huddled around a fire, through our people living in ancient Egypt and the Middle Ages, and ultimately to our distant relatives in the far future who might not even be unrecognizable by our current standards, Schatt offers evidence from archaeology, anthropology, genetics, history, philosophy, theology, technology, and even science fiction. Who knew that learning about humanity could be so much fun!
Stan Schatt holds an undergraduate degree in chemistry and advanced degrees in both literature and business. His academic career included teaching stints at USC, the University of Houston, and Tokyo and Keio universities where he served as a Fulbright professor. Schatt also served as Chair of the Telecommunications Management department at DeVry Institute of Technology. He served two decades in senior management positions for several leading global technology research consulting firms. Schatt is the author of fifty books that include textbooks covering telecommunications, data communications and computers as well as several mysteries and science fiction novels. He is the author of the Frankie and Josh paranormal mystery trilogy, Alien Love, and his latest, The Meaning of Everything. Schatt also facilitates the Foreign Policy Association’s Great Decisions class as well as a class in American Best Sellers and Popular Culture for the San Dieguito Chapter of the Brandeis National Committee.
There is no fee, but please RSVP for planning purposes. This event is held virtually on Zoom. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event. For more information, contact Program Director Ilene Tatro at email@example.com.