- Faculty & Staff
Noon - 1pm
Williams Center, S204ABC
October 4th - Cultural Shift
Opening remarks by Professor Roslin Smith, Communication Dept.
Seneca Nation Councilman
The 2017-18 College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Brown Bag Lecture Series will focus on the theme of Transformations. The series offers monthly, informal talks by Fredonia faculty members and guest speakers. A brief discussion and refreshments follow each 20-minute presentation.
The talks are free and open to all campus and community members. Classes are also welcome. Lectures are held in the Williams Center, Room S204, and run from noon to 1 p.m.
This year's series is directed by Jack Croxton, Psychology; Mike Dunham, Physics; Scott Medler, Biology; Roslin Smith, Communication and Ivani Vassoler-Froelich, Politics and International Affairs.
The series gratefully acknowledges the support of the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Dr. Joseph A Karafa, and FSA funding for our refreshments.
We also thank the Carnahan-Jackson Humanities Fund for additional financial support.
Wherever your interests may lie, there's a Brown Bag for YOU.
TOPICS FOR FALL 2017/SPRING 2018
October - Culture Shift - Rick Jemison, Seneca Nation Councilman. Asst Prof Ros Smith, opening remarks
November - Expanding Technology in the Classroom - Dr Scott Medler opening remarks
December - Transforming the Arts for the 21st Century - tba
March- Environmental Shift - Ryan McPherson, Chair, Western New York Environmental Alliance, Dr Ivani Vassoler-Froelich opening remarks
April - Cosmic Transformation - Dr. Neal Evans, University of Texas at Austin, Dr Mike Dunham opening remarks
May - Personal Transformations - L. A. Paul, Professor of Philosophy, University of North Carolina, Dr Jack Croxton, opening remarks
THEME FOR FALL 2018/SPRING 2019
Conflicts - Causes and Consequences