Scholars Forum Zoom Archive

On this page, you can find links to previously recorded Scholars Forum Zoom events. These events may be watched at anytime you wish, followed by responding to a set of reflection questions in an associated Google Form for Scholars Forum credit by the Sunday following the date the video is posted to this page. For example, if a recording is posted on Wednesday, February 10 you will have until Sunday, February 14 to watch the recording and respond to the corresponding reflection questions in the designated Google Form.

Week 3: Dr. Tammy Gordon Recording Link

If you didn’t get a chance to see Dr. Gordon’s talk about her work as a public historian and campus efforts to create a historical atlas of the NC State campus, you should tune in. It truly is fascinating. To receive credit, you will need to watch the video in its entirety. You will be asked to log in using your Unity ID when you arrive at this page. After viewing the video you must complete the reflection questions found here. Remember, if you already received credit for attending the live session on Monday February 1, you cannot also receive credit for viewing the recording.

Week 5: Dr. Katie Mack Recording Link

If you didn’t get a chance to see Dr. Mack’s talk about her as a cosmologist studying the various ways that physics might alter at the end of the universe, you should tune in. It’s incredible stuff to think about on such a huge scale. To receive credit, you will need to watch the video in its entirety. You will be asked to log in using your Unity ID when you arrive at this page. After viewing the video you must complete the reflection questions found here. Remember, if you already received credit for attending the live session on Monday February 15, you cannot also receive credit for viewing the recording.

Week 6: SPEAK Recording Link

If you weren’t able to hear the SPEAK artists talk about the history and culture of tap and traditional kathak dance, then you really missed out. What a fascinating glimpse at these dance forms and how they can collaborate. To receive credit, you will need to watch the video in its entirety. You will be asked to log in using your Unity ID when you arrive at this page. After viewing the video you must complete the reflection questions found here. Remember, if you already received credit for attending the live session on Monday February 22, you cannot also receive credit for viewing the recording.

Week 8: HSV Symposium Recording Link

The recording of the HSV Symposium talk, Moral Leadership in non-traditional spaces can be found here. To receive credit for this event, you will need to watch the video linked above in its entirety. You will be asked to log in using your Unity ID when you arrive at this page. After viewing the video you must complete the reflection questions found here. Remember, if you already received credit for attending the live session on Monday, March 8, you cannot also receive credit for viewing the recording.

Week 9: Rissi Palmer Recording Link

The recording of Rissi Palmer’s (amazing) musical performance and talk can be found here. To receive credit for this event, you will need to watch the video linked above in its entirety. You will be asked to log in using your Unity ID when you arrive at this page. After viewing the video you must complete the reflection questions found here. Remember, if you already received credit for attending the live session on Monday, March 15, you cannot also receive credit for viewing the recording.

Week 11: Shelton Leadership Speaker Series with Leslie Beyer Recording

The recording of Leslie Beyer’s talk can be found here. To receive credit for this event, you will need to watch the video linked above in its entirety. You will be asked to log in using your Unity ID when you arrive at this page. After viewing the video you must complete the reflection questions found here. Remember, if you already received credit for attending the live session on Monday, March 29, you cannot also receive credit for viewing the recording.