College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
CLAS faculty research colloquium
November 16, 2012
Time: 2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Location: 308 PAD
You are invited to the third CLAS faculty research colloquium of the semester, which will take place in PAD 308 on Friday, November 16. Refreshments will begin at 2:30, followed by the presentations at 3:00.
The speakers will be:
Henry E. Duitman (Music) “Thurmond’s Note Grouping: Lessons for Conductors.”
Kelly Ross (English) “Emily Dickinson and the Reflex Arc.”
Michael Wroblewski (Anthropology) “Indigenous Amazonian Media in the Era of Constitutional Interculturality in Ecuador.”
Stephen M. Rybczynski (Biology) “The effects of inquiry instruction of students' attitude towards an introductory biology laboratory course.”
Please join your colleagues for collegial, corporeal and cerebral refreshment!