CSE Seminar

Science on Screen: I Voted?


This special screening of I Voted? will be followed by "recount 2016: A Security Audit of the 2016 Presidential Election," a lecture by Prof. J. Alex Halderman on security risks in America's election system. There will be a brief Q&A session.

CSE has arranged for discount vouchers which will be made available to our students on a first come, first serve basis. Two vouchers are available per student. With a voucher, the price for admission for the Jan. 25 Science on Screen event will be $3.00. The event is also open to the public for full price seating.

Vouchers are available during normal office hours in the following locations in the Beyster Building:

2808, undergraduate advising office
3909, graduate advising office
3808, third floor office
4808, fourth floor office

There is a limit of two vouchers per person. Each voucher is valid for one reduced-price ticket and can be redeemed in advance online or at the theater on the night of the event.

Recount 2016: A Security Audit of the 2016 Presidential Election:

Prof. J. Alex Halderman will speak on security risks in America's election system and offer his analysis of the results from the 2016 presidential election recounts, which he helped organize. There will be a brief Q&A session.

I Voted?

An unknown South Carolina candidate inexplicably wins his U.S. Senate primary in a landslide, despite never having campaigned. Filmmaker Jason Grant Smith sets out on a personal odyssey to expose the loopholes and pitfalls of our electoral system. On the way, he opens a Pandora's box of questions about America's voting process.

Coolidge Corner Theatre "science on Screen" program:

The program creatively pairs screenings of classic, cult, and documentary films with lively introductions by notable figures from the world of science, technology, and medicine. Major funding is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

Sponsored by

CSE, Sloan Foundation, and Michigan Theater