Faculty Lectures

Spring Lunchtime Talks in Science & Mathematics

Porter 130
Noon
Complimentary pizza provided.

  • Wednesday, February 24
    “Well, now you’re in I.T.”
    Mark Campbell, Adams State Class of 1989
  • Thursday, March 3
    “Chemistry and History of Dyes”
    Dr. Marty Jones, emeritus professor of chemistry
  • Wednesday, March 16
    “Artificial Intelligence in Hong Kong”
    Dr. Matt Ikle, professor of mathematics
  • Thursday, March 31
    “A CURE (Classroom Undergraduate Research Experience) for low enrollment and retention in STEM”
    Dr. Adam Kleinschmit, asst. professor of biology
  • Wednesday, April 13
    “Exoplanets”
    Dr. Matt Nehring, professor of physics
  • Thursday, April 28
    “Inventing Numbers and Solving Polynomials”
    Dr. Tony Weathers, assoc. professor of mathematics

Faculty Lecture Series

All lectures held Wednesdays, 7 p.m., Porter Hall 130 (unless otherwise noted)

  • February 17
    “The Importance of Good Flag Design”
    Roger Eriksen, assoc. professor of art
  • Tuesday, March 8 – ART 227
    “Slut Shaming in the Age of the Internet”
    Laura Tanenbaum, author/editor for Planned Parenthood Action Fund
  • April 6
    “The Link Between Human Violence and Animal Abuse: Creating Public Safety Through Community Partnerships”
    Dr. Laura Bruneau, assoc. professor of counselor education
  • April 20
    “Exceptional Presidential Companions: The First Ladies as an Essential Institution to the Presidency”
    Jess Gagliardi, instructor, developmental education
  • May 4
    “Star Wars and the Good Life”
    Dr. George Backen, professor of philosophy

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