Regular Wednesday morning meetings will resume at the Harn Museum of Art on Wednesday, January 4, 2017. Coffee and snacks will be available at 9:30 a.m. in the main lobby of the Harn. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. in the Chandler Auditorium at the Harn. This meeting will conclude by 11 a.m.

Spring 2017 Meeting Schedule

Meeting Date
Speaker and Topic

January 4

Maya Stanfield-Mazzi, College of the Arts
Standardized Andean Tapestries:  Where is the Creativity?

January 11

Jennifer Elder, College of Nursing
Autism Spectrum Disorders.  What We Now Know and the Remaining Puzzle Pieces

January 18

Sumi Helal, College of Engineering
The Future of Connected Health and Independent Living

January 25

Megan Walker-Radtke, Office of Sustainability
Sustainability and Climate Change

February 1

Jaime Ellis, College of Agriculture
 Plight of the Honeybee

February 8

Dulce Maria Roman, Harn Museum of Art
Installing a Loan Exhibition of Old Master Prints: Challenges and Considerations

February 15

Abe Goldman, CLAS, Dept of Geography
Topical Africa as Perpetrator and Victim of Global Climate Change 

February 22

David Blackburn, Florida Museum of Natural History
The Evolution of Frogs and Unlocking Museum Collections

March 1

Connie Mulligan, CLAS, Dept of Anthropology
Genetic Ancestry, Discrimination, Hypertension and Racial Health Disparities

March 8 Pat Snyder, College of Education
Relationships, Repetitions, and Routines:  The "New" 3Rs of Early Childhood Development and Learning

March 15 Bryon Moraski, CLAS, Dept of Political Science
More than Putin:  What Politics beyond the Kremlin's Walls Tells Us about Russia's Regime

March 22 Todd Palmer, CLAS, Dept of Biology
Ants, Plants and Elephants:  a Case Study in the Power and Vulnerability of Cooperation in Nature

March 29
(Luncheon at The Village)
Robert Knight, Florida Springs Institute & Wetlands Solutions, Inc.
The Legacy of H.T. Odum:  A Natural Solution for Springs Protection


Recorded Presentations