Imagine It, Design It, Build It:  Engineering Our World

Wednesday, November 5, 2008 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
at IUPUI Campus Center
Rm. 450-B, 420 University Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46202

Arts, Religion, Humanities
Event Format:
Discussion, Panel, Q & A Session
Adults of all ages
Doug Acheson, Larry Hickman, Pete Hylton, J. Gregory Keller, John Koppitch, David Russick, Robert White

Event Description:

Engineers create practical applications from discoveries and theories, offering a critical bridge between the community and experts in diverse fields of study. Do artists, civic and religious leaders, sociologists, and others recognize the power of partnering with engineers? Do engineers sufficiently consider the impact of their work on social, cultural, and community development? Explore these questions and others with panelists Doug Acheson, professor at IUPUI Purdue School of Engineering and Technology; Larry Hickman, professor and director of the Center for Dewey Studies at Southern Illinois University; Pete Hylton, professor at IUPUI Purdue School of Engineering and Technology and director of the IUPUI Motorsports Program; Gregory Keller, philosophy professor at IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI; Rev. John Koppitch, Fairview Presbyterian Church; David Russick, chief designer for the Indianapolis Museum of Art; and Robert White, sociology professor and former dean of the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. Q&A will follow. Free. Presented by IUPUI Purdue School of Engineering & Technology, Fairview Presbyterian Church, and Indianapolis Museum of Art. Questions? Call 317-274-7192 or e-mail