The William R. Johnson Intercultural Lecture
The Science of Sexual Orientation
Hear what this famous neuroscientist, who happens to be gay, has to say about the science of sexual orientation.
The neuroscientist Simon LeVay trained at Cambridge University and served on the faculty at Harvard Medical School and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies. In 1991, he reported on a difference in the brain structures of gay and straight men. He provides an update on the brain science and considers whether the science of sexuality is relevant to the societal status of sexual minorities.
FRICK CENTER, FOUNDERS LOUNGE
Tickets for this event are $10, available at the door and www.elmhurst.edu/tix. Free for Elmhurst College students, faculty, staff and alumni.
General Admission: $10
Contact: Lu Aiello [masked] [masked]
Free Campus Parking: http://media.elmhurst.edu/documents/map_campus_parking_2012.pdf
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