The Faculty Colloquium presentations for this semester have come to an end. Karen Arabas’ previously scheduled presentation on “Ecological Restoration Work at Zena Forest” has been moved from this coming Friday to February 13th. Please mark your calendars and join us to hear the intriguing presentations of your colleagues work next Semester.
Time and place: Friday afternoons at 3 p.m. in the Hatfield Room.
Refreshments will be served
Jan. 30: Josh Laison: “My Friends the Triangles: The Study of Geometric Networks”
Feb. 6: Marva Duerksen: “Prosody in Emily Dickinson, and in Musical Settings of her Poems”
Feb. 13: Karen Arabas: “Ecological Restoration Work at Zena Forest”
Feb. 27: Kelley Strawn: “What’s Behind All This ‘Nones’-Sense? – Examining Religious Non-Affiliation in the United States Over Time”
Mar. 6: Holland Phillips: “Echoes of the Danish Folkelig Tradition in Carl Nielsen’s Op. 48.”
Mar. 13: Bill Duvall: “Unexpected Writing from an Engaged Intellectual: Ahmed Kalouaz and Adolescent Literature.”
Apr. 3: Bobby Brewer-Wallin: “My Case Is Altered or Bodies of Elizabeth: Code-switching in Solo Performance”
Apr. 10: Abigail Susik: “Surrealism, Stenography and the Ouija Board”
Apr. 24: Panel on “How Your Research influences Your Teaching” (Followed by a Reception to celebrate another year of research and excellent teaching)
Faculty Colloquium Coordinators,