The History Department at Ohio University announces two new courses that are being offered for the first time in Spring 2017. HIST 3500: Science and Society in the Modern World (2SS) Tier II Social Science Description: How do scientists know what they know? How have their forms of knowledge, practice, and expertise become […]Read more ›
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The Knowing the Future theme presents a lecture on Learning through “Adversarial Collaboration”? with Warren Hatch on Monday, Oct. 10, at 4 p.m. in Bentley 215. Hatch, Senior Vice President of Good Judgment Inc., also kicks off the OHIO Prediction Tournament later that day, at 6 p.m. in Walter Hall […]Read more ›
The OHIO Prediction Tournament, in conjunction with the Knowing the Future theme, host a tournament kick-off with “Superforecaster” Warren Hatch on Monday, Oct. 10, at 6 p.m. in Walter Hall 245. Hatch, Senior Vice President of Good Judgment Inc., will discuss how prediction tournaments are a useful tool for business […]Read more ›
On Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 6 p.m. in Porter 103, Adam Siegel hosts a discussion on prediction tournaments: why they’re useful, and how to win in them. Siegel is CEO of Cultivate Labs, the company that web-hosts the OHIO Prediction Tournament, sponsored by the Knowing the Future theme. During the […]Read more ›
Think you’re better than your friends at predicting outcomes? Prove it by challenging them in an upcoming prediction tournament, and you could even win prizes! OHIO Prediction Tournament Kicks Off with ‘Superforecaster’ Warren Hatch, Oct. 10 Topics covered range from sports to entertainment to economics to the weather. Weekly prizes […]Read more ›
Dr. James Lein, Professor of Geography at Ohio University, has a new book, Futures Research and Environmental Sustainability: Theory and Method, due out in December. The new book: Brings together material not previous integrated into a single work Offers a detailed and complete treatment of the subjects Emphasizes useful information and […]Read more ›
The Knowing the Future theme presents Timothy Williamson on “Disagreement & Truth” on Thursday, April 14, at 7:30 p.m. in Porter 103. This lecture is free and open to the public. About Timothy Williamson Williamson has been the Wykeham Professor of Logic at Oxford University since 2000. His main research interests are […]Read more ›