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Representing America: An American Diplomat Speaks

At the Redlands Forum on April 30, 2024, Robin Quinville, a former American diplomat, led an engaging discussion. She shared insights on being an "America-explainer," the evolving nature…

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Challenging Circumstances in University Education

At the Redlands Forum on April 29, 2024, Dr. Soraya M. Coley, President of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, led an engaging Lightning Talk and panel discussion. The event explored…

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Genetics in Hollywood: A Reflection of Scientific, Clinical, and Ethical Challenges

At the Redlands Forum on April 25th, 2024, Dr. Wayne W. Grody, a technical adviser for movies and TV shows, shared examples of how his expertise shaped narratives. These examples highlighted the…

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Sex Trafficking and Social Media Exploitation in the Inland Empire

Artificial intelligence, mass audience live streaming, and advanced online gaming chat rooms have contributed to the massive uptick in sex trafficking and online exploitation cases—even in…

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Celebrating 60 Years as a Conservation Leader

At the Redlands Forum on March 26, 2024, learn from Kevin Case about the founding and history of Mohonk Preserve and how it has become one of New York's leading conservation organizations

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Humans vs. Asteroids: The Role of Ground-Based Radar in Planetary Defense

At the Redlands Forum on March 7, 2024, learn from Dr. Marina Brozović, scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology, about some of the…

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Exploring the Form and Function of Endpapers in Picture Books

At the Redlands Forum on February 28, Dr. Jonda C. McNair discussed the significance of endpapers and shares examples from award-winning picture books. Don't miss this engaging discussion,…

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Tipping Points: Climate Projections and Economic Possibilities

At the Redlands Forum on February 6, Dr. Nicholas Reksten and Dr. Hillary Jenkins shared about the major events of the past year that have had an impact on the climate crisis, what this means for…

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Living Life as Art

Heidi Zuckerman became the first woman in the United States to build two art museums from the ground up. In her talk, Living Life as Art, at the Redlands Forum on January 31, Zuckerman invited the…

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The Role of the University at Three Scales: City, Region, and Nation

At the Redlands Forum on January 11, Wellington "Duke" Reiter presented the work of his office—the University City Exchange at Arizona State University—and how it has addressed…

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The Power of Geography

At the Redlands Forum on December 15, witness an engaging conversation between two influential leaders in the fields of geography and education, as Esri Jack Dangermond and National Geographic CEO…

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Parking Is Where the Action Is

Over the last century, American cities have adopted parking policies that promote separated land use and ample parking, resulting in drivable cities but limited walkable neighborhoods. At the…

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See What Is Possible: An Integrated Ecosystem of People, Infrastructure, and the Environment

At the Redlands Forum on November 28, Heather Dyer, CEO of the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District talks about how technology creates solutions that support surface and groundwater…

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Urban Green Initiatives to Combat Our Warming Planet

At the Redlands Forum on Thursday, October 26, we explored the work of the University of Southern California (USC) Spatial Sciences Institute's Urban Trees Initiative to analyze the existing…

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Juicy Tidbits: The Delightful History of Food Language

In this Redlands Forum on October 12, Dr. Judith Tschann, professor emerita at the University of Redlands talks about how most food words in English are so-called "borrowed" words that…

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Policing in the 21st Century

In the Redlands Forum on September 28, Chief Rachel Tolber and deputy chief Deanna Cantrell of the Redlands Police Department delivered a presentation on policing in the 21st century. Their talk…

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