The Library Learning Commons has an excellent line-up planned for the Spring 2017 Graves Lecture Series. Charith Kapukotuwa will kick off the series at 6 PM on Tuesday, February 21st.
Kapukotuwa, Assistant Coordinator for the Office of International Education, will describe his native country of Sri Lanka and other countries he has visited. He will also address the difficulties international students bump into while assimilating to the U.S. culture. The title of his talk is “Cultural Assimilation: From Sri Lanka to CSC.”
Other Spring 2017 Graves speakers include:
- Daniel Binkard – March 14
- Dr. Tara Wilson – March 28
Daniel Binkard is the Digital Graphic Designer at Chadron State College. His presentation will cover techniques used to improve the fidelity of photographic data and how to overcome physical limitations in photographic capture process. The title of his talk is “Multi-Exposure Photography.”
Wilson, an Assistant Professor in the Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work Department, will wrap up the lecture series on March 28th. Her presentation will explore the interconnectivity of farming and marriage, specifically looking at the factors that contribute to healthy marriages among farming couples. The title of her talk is “Healthy Marriages among Farming Couples: Results and Implications from a Narrative Research Study.”
The Graves Lecture presentations begin at 6 p.m. in Room 111 located on the lower level of the Library Learning Commons. If you have any questions or if you are interested in being a featured speaker, please contact the LLC Outreach Librarian, Shawn Hartman at 308.432.7059 or email@example.com. Attendance is free and the community is welcome.