The Honors Colloquia are a series of scholarly talks and presentations offered throughout the academic year. They provide a venue for Honors students and faculty to present their research, but also for the Honors program to bring speakers to campus from outside the university community.
October 16 (Thursday), 12:00-1:00: Dr. Tom Cutrer, “‘Oh What a Loansome Time I Had’: The Experience of Middle Class Southern White Women in the Civil War”
October 28 (Tuesday), 6:00-9:00: Film Discussion, Dr. Strangelove: or how I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb
November 13 (Thursday), 6:00-9:00 Film Discussion, Stalag 17
November 20 (Thursday), 12:00-1:00: Dr. Kevin Ells, "Signs of Understanding: A Expanded But Simpler Model of Perception and Communication"
December 2 (Tuesday), 6:00-7:30: Drs. Joan Brumm and Craig Nakashian, "Discussion on Preparations and Expectations for Graduate School" (in conjunction with the Accounting Club)
February 12 (Thursday), 12:00-1:00 in University Center room 217: Dr. Michael Perri, "A Study in Contrast: Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois"
March 3, 2015 (Tuesday) noon-1:00 p.m: Dr. Doris Davis, "19th Century Women Composers"
April 1, 2015 (Wednesday) noon-1:00 pm: Mr. Chris Kinney, "Heavy Metal Contamination of Fresh Water Resources"
April 16, 2015 (Thursday) noon-1:00 pm: Ms. Shelby Elliott, "A Look At Why The Ebola Virus Has Overshadowed More Serious Illnesses"