Dr. Marti Eads, professor of literature, kicks off this year’s University Colloquium series an intriguing lecture: “Lynyrd, Loretta, and Handel LeadHeavenward: Music in Ron Rash’s World Made Straight.”
Heidi Winters Vogel, associate professor of theater, presents the monthly University Colloquium address in Mainstage Theater. Heidi’s presentation is entitled “Performing Community: Building Civic Practice Committed to Hospitality and Capacity.” Heidi is committed to using theater as a tool for social justice. This program offers an opportunity to hear more about how she does that.
Tobin Miller Shearer, Director of the African-American Studies Program at University of Montana, presents the monthly University Colloquium Lecture. He is a historian who has done extensive research on the history of race relations in American Mennonite communities. The title of his lecture is “Sex, Seven, Sass: The Negotiation of Racial Identity in… Read more »
Dr. Steve Cessna presents the November Colloquium address based on his sabbatical work. Steve’s presentation is entitled: “What do Students Gain from Research Experience?” A Scientist Dabbles in Qualitative Education Research.”
Dr. Janine Wedel, professor at George Mason University, School of Policy, Government and International Affairs, presents on “UNACCOUNTABLE: How elite power brokers corrupt our finances, freedom, and security.”
Dr. Jared Peifer offers the monthly University Colloquium presentation on “The Morality of Socially Responsible Investing.” Peifer is Assistant Professor of Management at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College in New York. He is an economic sociologist who has done significant research on the economics and sociology of socially responsible investing. (Please… Read more »