The Fall 2015 Graves Lecture Series will commence on Tuesday, September 22nd. Dr. Josh Ellis, Assistant Professor in the Family and Consumer Sciences Department is the featured speaker.
Ellis will discuss fitness through the years and social factors that influence nutritional patterns. The title of his presentation is “Nutritional Ketosis: Fat is Phat.”
Other Graves speakers include:
- Dr. Steve Coughlin, Assistant Professor, English and Humanities (October 13)
- Dr. Shaunda French, Assistant Professor, Social and Communication Arts (October 27)
- Peggy Hinman, Motivational Speaker, (November 10)
Dr. Steve Coughlin will perform a poetry reading featuring several poems from his book, Another City. According to Coughlin, the poems illustrate the harsh struggles of a working class family which will leave the audience considering what healing, if any, the imagined world can offer. The title of his presentation is “Another City: A Creative Writing Reading.”
Dr. Shaunda French will discuss work spouse relationships and how they positively and negatively influence other relationships, both at work and at home. The title of her presentation is “My Confidant, My Coworker: The Interpersonal Relationship of Work Spouses.”
Peggy Hinman will wrap up the Fall 2015 Graves Lecture Series on November 10th with a presentation based on the book 8 to Great. She will discuss techniques on how to improve perspectives on all phases of life. The title of her talk is “Life: It Depends on How You Look at It.”
The presentations begin at 7:00 pm in Room 111 located on the lower level of the LLC. They are free and open to the public. If you have any questions, or if you are interested in being a featured speaker, please contact Shawn Hartman at 308.432.7059 or firstname.lastname@example.org.