Who I am

Jonah Lehrer , a contributing editor at WIRED, SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN MIND and National Public Radio's RADIOLAB. viists with Lafayette students and faculty in the Williams Visual Arts Building followed by a discussion in OECHSLE HALL with Professors Elaine Reynolds and Ed Kerns classes. This followed by his talk entitled The Future of Science is Art. Lehrer is the final speaker in a yearlong series that brought artists and scientists to campus to talk about techniques for combining technology with the visual arts. The series is made possible by a grant from the Mellon Foundation.

I am a woman.  I stand up, talk loud, and take up space.  I am a professor who is engaged with her students, her institution and her community.  I am a researcher interested in the brain and how it works.  I am educated and constantly learning more.  I am a mother of a wonderful young woman. I am a politically active progressive.  I am concerned about my world and the other life in it.  I grow food.  I define animals as people.  I believe fundamentally in alternative perspectives.

I believe life is an interdisciplinary endeavor.