Frostburg State University will continue its free weekly forums named for the late James Hadra, a long-time Frostburg State faculty member, volunteer at WFWM and community leader in the arts, to honor his positive influence on the community and his love of ideas.
All the talks will be Mondays at noon in Ort Library room 237 and are free and open to the public. Each program will last 50 minutes. Attendees are encouraged to bring a bag lunch; coffee and tea will be provided.
This semester’s programs are as follows:
Jan. 31: John O’Rorke, “Academic Administration: How to Herd Cats.”
Feb. 7: Susan Arisman and Joan DeVee Dixon, “Nihon Geijustsuteki: Japanese Culture in a 21st Century World.”
Feb. 14: Angelo Bucchino, “Post Holocaust Christian Understanding of Judaism.”
Feb. 21: Barbara Hurd, “Beyond Assessment: A Gathering of Poems About Teaching and Learning.”
Feb. 28: Sean Henry, “Provocateur and Radical Feminist: Elfrieda Jelinek, 2004 Literature Nobelist.”
March 7: Robert Doyle, “Non-Cognitive Issues in College Instruction.”
March 14: Paul LaChance, “Zen in the Poetry of W. B. Yeats.”
March 28: Richard Raesly, “Fishable and Swimable? The Integrity of Our Nation’s Fresh Water.”
April 4: Mary Jo Price, “The Arts and Crafts Movement in America.”
April 11: Steve Simpson, “Exploring Political Psychology.”
April 18: Larry Neumark and Ed Hendricks, “Catholic and Protestant Perspectives on War and Peace.”
April 25: James Saku, “A Demographic Reflection on Aboriginal Canadians.”
May 2: Daniel Welsch, “Global Climate Change: Why, How, Where?”
May 9: Judy Pula, “Understand Change: A Model for Personal and Professional Growth.”
The forum is sponsored by Catholic Campus Ministries, United Campus Ministries and Hillel. For more information, contact Rev. Larry Neumark at 301-687-7490.
FSU is committed to making all of its programs, services and activities accessible to persons with disabilities. You may request accommodations through the ADA Compliance Office at 301-687-4102, TDD 301-687-7955.