Annual Bovay Lecture

The Bovay Lecture Series

The Bovay Lecture is a campus-wide talk sponsored by the Bovay Program designed to interest the different engineering disciplines as well as different academic departments in an issue pertaining to engineering ethics. Speakers are involved in topics and issues that are timely and relevant to a broad audience. Speakers have come from industry, have also been involved with technology policy issues, and have also been humanist analysts of science and technology in society. Students and professors are given opportunities to meet and interact with the Bovay speaker outside of the Bovay Lecture in order to further the engagement of the Bovay program with the Engineering College and the campus at large.

2020 Bovay Lecture — Postponed

Elisa Miller-Out
Managing Partner – Chloe Capital
Building a Movement to Invest in Women in Tech


View past lectures in the archive.