October TENTH (new date)
Noon - 1pm
Williams Center Rooms S204ABCD
Opening remarks by Dr. Jack Croxton
Issues Surrounding Free Speech on College Campuses
Dr. Stephen Kershnar, Department of Philosophy Chair
Dr. Jennifer Hildebrand, Associate Professor, History Department
The 2018-2019 College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Brown Bag Lecture Series will focus on the theme of Conflicts: Causes and Consequences The series offers monthly, informal talks by Fredonia faculty members and guest speakers. A brief discussion and refreshments follow each 20-minute presentation.
The talks are free and open to all campus and community members. Classes are also welcome. Lectures are held in the Williams Center, Room S204, and run from noon to 1 p.m.
This year's series is directed by Jack Croxton, Psychology; Mike Dunham, Physics; Scott Medler, Biology; Michael Scialdone, CSIT; Roslin Smith, Communication and Ivani Vassoler-Froelich, Politics and International Affairs.
The series gratefully acknowledges the support of the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Dr. Joseph A Karafa, and FSA funding for our refreshments.
We also thank the Carnahan-Jackson Humanities Fund for additional financial support.
Wherever your interests may lie, there's a Brown Bag for YOU.
TOPICS FOR FALL 2018/SPRING 2019
October TENTH (new date) - Issues Surrounding Free Speech on College Campuses
November 7th - International Conflicts
December 5th - Science in the Age of Alternative Facts
March 6th- Conflicts and Consequences during the Creative Process
April 3rd - Student Panel, Trolling Online
May 1st - Policing in the 21st Century
THEME FOR FALL 2019/SPRING 2020
Positive and Negative Effects of Globalization