"Just bring an open mind and an empty stomach!"
Think Tank is a student-directed organization sponsored by the Levitt Center that strives to increase dialogue between professors and students outside the classroom. On selected weekdays from 12 p.m. to 12:50 p.m., students and other members of the Hamilton community gather for lunchtime discussions in KJ 102, which are facilitated by a faculty member.
This semester, the Levitt Center is looking for student organizations to come up with proposals for future Think Tanks. To be eligible for consideration, all proposals must include a relevant faculty member and take the form of a discussion, not a lecture. Additionally, two preferred dates must be provided.
All proposals will be considered; however, preference will be given to topics that relate specifically to one of the Levitt Center's programming areas (Inequality and Equity, Security, Sustainability, or Public Health and Well-being) or our Leadership and Social Innovation flagship program.
Submissions are due by Monday, March 31, and can be made through this form