Mar 19

North Carolina Professor Neil Lutsky Event

North Carolina Professor Neil Lutsky Event

Thursday, March 19th, 2009
6:00 pm / North Carolina

The North Carolina Carleton Club 

Carleton Professor of Psychology Neil Lutsky

Quantitative Reasoning:  “An Easy Guide to Thinking about

Numbers Presentations on Health, Science, and Public Affairs”

Thursday, March 19, 2009, 6 p.m.


318 Blackwell Street (right across from the Bulls Stadium)

(McKinney reception is closed at this time—call Jamie for entrance to the building)

Please join Carleton alums, parents, friends for a talk by Carleton’s Kenan Professor of Psychology Neil Lutsky. 

Professor Lutsky received his B.S. degree in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and his Ph.D. Degree in Psychology from Harvard University.  He is an avid if slow cyclist, an award-winning jam maker, and a passionate fan of Carleton College.

This event is free.    Questions?  Contact Jamie Foehl ’99.

(If there is interest, we’ll be doing a bike ride on Saturday, March 21st.  Contact Jamie Foehl if this is something you would like to do.)


Sponsored by North Carolina Club. Contact: Jamie Foehl