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  • Wednesday, November 13, 2019
  • 6:30 AM–7:45 AM
  • Off Campus
  • $15

“How Artificial Intelligence Connects Bytes and Beliefs,” by Derek Schuurman, Calvin University

Enjoy a breakfast buffet and a compelling speaker (from one of our community’s outstanding colleges and universities) on an important topic—and still get to work by 8 a.m.! Engage your brain by gaining a clearer understanding of this complex world.

Not a member of the University Club? Simply register for this event and tell them that you are a guest of Ken Erffmeyer when you arrive.

Schedule

6:30 a.m. Arrive for breakfast buffet

6:50 a.m. Welcome from college president (if available)

6:55 a.m. Introduction of speaker

7:00 a.m. Speaker presents

7:30 a.m. Speaker engages with audience in Q&A

7:45 a.m. Depart University Club (free parking when you exit with a discount ticket before 8 am)

Questions?

Contact Paul in the alumni office at (616) 526-6142 or alumni@calvin.edu

Breakfast series speakers

Wednesday, December 11: “Causes and Cures: What we know about Parkinson’s Disease,” by Jack Lipton, Michigan State University Medical School 

Wednesday, January 8: “Economic forecast: What 2020 will bring to West Michigan,” by Paul Isely, Grand Valley State University 

Wednesday, February 12: “Modern media and elections: Seeing may not be believing,” by Jesse Holcomb, Calvin University 

Wednesday, March 11: “Vietnam Legacy: Capitalism lost the war, but may be winning the peace” by Fred Johnson, Hope College 

Wednesday, April 8: “Earth Day practices: How you and banana peels can save the planet,” by Sister Damien Marie Savino, Aquinas College

Registration

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Location

  • University Club of Grand Rapids
  • 111 Lyon St NE Ste. 1025
  • Grand Rapids, MI
  • 49503

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