2009-10 Faculty Lecture Series AnnouncedSeptember 9, 2009
Eight lectures focusing on literature, art, education, physics, business, history, and biology will make up Hartwick’s 2009-10 Faculty Lecture Series. Beginning September 18, faculty members will discuss recent research in their field with members of the Hartwick community. The monthly lectures will be from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in Eaton Lounge in Bresee Hall.
This year’s presenters include Associate Professor of History Vicki Howard, a recipient of the 2009 Winifred D. Wandersee Scholar-in-Residence Award. Also presenting are several recipients of 2009-10 Hartwick College Faculty Research Grants, which support the research and artistic projects of Hartwick’s faculty.
Stephanie Rozene, Assistant Professor of Art, Disarming Domesticity: The Role of Pattern as a Visual Language.
Thomas Travisano, Professor of English, Personal Letters as Literature: Story, Drama, and Style in ‘Words in Air’
Johanna Mitchell, Assistant Professor of Education, The Power Structure Behind Education Reform
Scott Dalrymple, Associate Professor of Business Administration, An Open Letter to Earth and Other Stories
Parker Troischt, Assistant Professor of Physics, How Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity Can Shed Light on Recent Developments in Astronomy
Robert Seguin, Assistant Professor of English, Creatures of History: On Science, Faith, and Utopia
Vicki Howard, Associate Professor of History, Main Street Retailing in the Twentieth Century
Linda Swift, Professor of Biology, A Nutrition Program for the Children in the Hilltribe Villages of Northern Thailand
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