This lecture series offers an interdisciplinary conversation about the world we make and what it means.

We bring leading humanities scholars to LTU’s campus, where they help us interpret, imagine, or understand the past, present, and future of our technologies.

Each event is free, open to the public, and designed to create dialogue between students, faculty, technologists, artists, business leaders and community members. 

Human Tech

Next Lecture: September 14

The Humanity + Technology lecture series offers a public conversation about the world we make and what it means, and is made possible through the financial support of the Michigan Humanities Council.

This panel marks the publication of African American Chemists: Academia, Industry and Social Entrepreneurship, edited by Dr. Sibrina Collins. Dr. Collins will be joined by Dr. Darryl Boyd (Science Made Simple LLC.) and Prof. Lavetta Appleby (LTU) for a conversation about chemistry history, pedagogy and cultural narratives.

To participate in this free, interactive Zoom event, please click on the following link: