Passaic County prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes joined the Society of Skeptics virtually on November 17 to discuss “Pathways to Success.” Ms. Valdes is the chief law enforcement officer for the northern New Jersey county that is home to half a million residents and encompasses more than a dozen municipalities, including the cities of Paterson, Clifton and Passaic.
Past Society of Skeptics Speakers
This sampling of past Society of Skeptics speakers gives visitors an idea of the wide range of industries and perspectives represented by the weekly lecturers who have visited campus in recent years. This program is funded in part by The Class of 1968 Society of Skeptics Endowment Fund.
Award-winning photojournalist Alison Wright returned to the Society of Skeptics on October 27 to share timely images in her virtual presentation, “Pandemic to Protest: Photos of New York City.” Ordinarily a global traveler, Ms. Wright took advantage of the past several months spent at home in New York to record her daily observations of city life amid the coronavirus pandemic and protests against racism.
Blair alumni, parents and friends have come together virtually this fall to take part in one of the School’s most beloved traditions. From living rooms and kitchen tables across the country, they have joined retired history teacher Martin Miller, PhD, for the “Society of Skeptics at Home.”