ASC Faculty Lecture Series now in fifth year

This semester marks five years of free public lectures delivered by ASC faculty through the Faculty Lecture series. A total of 55 lectures have been presented to date through the program, coordinated by Dr. Robert Astalos, ext. 7821.

These nontechnical talks are free, and the public is invited. All lectures are scheduled for Wednesdays at 7 p.m. in Porter Hall room 130 unless otherwise noted. Complimentary light refreshments will be offered.

 Sept. 7
Dr. Mark Finney, Assistant Professor of Mass Communication
“Knowing is Half the Battle: How Endorsements for War were Embedded in CNN’s Coverage of the Conflict with Iraq”

Sept. 21
Dr. Brent King, Assoc. Professor of Psychology
“Why Smart People Say and Do Stupid Things on the Internet”

Oct. 19
Dr. Robert Astalos, Assoc. Professor of Physics & Dr. Tracy Doyle, Assoc. Professor of Music, Music Department Chair
“The Physics of Music”

Nov. 2
Dr. Pat Robbins, Asst. Professor of Management
“I Know What I Said…But This is What I Meant: Tips and Tricks for Effective Verbal and Nonverbal Communication”

Nov. 16
Dr. Jeanie O’Laughlin, Asst, Professor of Accounting
“Cooking the Books: Fraud in the Workplace”

Nov. 30
Dr. Marty Jones, Professor of Chemistry
“Holiday Molecules”


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