Bitcoin, The Blockchain and Beyond
In September 2018 I gave a set of lectures on Bitcoin, the blockchain, and cryptocurrency investing at the Osher Institute at RIT.
Starting January 8, 2019, I’ll be giving new talks on the subject.
Be it noted: attendance is open only to members of the Osher Institute (and select individuals from RIT) and not to the general public.
For more details about the the class, click here.
Skinner For Beginners
This set of talks will provide an overview of the life and contributions to psychology of B. F. Skinner, one of the world’s most notable psychologists. It will explore his social and scientific philosophy, discuss his novel Walden Two and the real-life utopian communities based upon it, and describe several of his behavior modification techniques for changing personal habits.
Time, Location, Registration
Five classes will take place on Tuesdays, from 11:15 AM to 12:45 PM, beginning on January 8, 2019 at the Atheneum Building on East River Road at 50 Fairwood Drive, Rochester NY 14623 – about one mile south of the main RIT campus. (For more detailed directions, see www.rit.edu/gcr/osher/contact.)
Classes are restricted to Osher Institute members only, not the general public, and attendees need to register beforehand. More information about the classes are available by clicking here.
About David Pascal
David Pascal has a BS in Psychology, a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities, and Practitioner Certification in NLP (neuro-linguistic programming). He has taught a wide variety of courses on writing for several years at Writers & Books, the nation’s third largest literary center, and is is a marketing consultant, author, ghostwriter, and web and graphic designer. He owns a small publishing firm, Pascal Editions. More information about David is available at www.davidpascal.com.
He can be reached via the contact page above, or at email@example.com.
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