Retired Faculty Scholarship Seminars
These lunch meetings will enable faculty to share their ongoing research, get feedback and encouragement, and be supported in their scholarly lives. These might be opportunities to discuss the larger dimensions of one’s scholarship, its development over the years, its importance for the academic and larger worlds, its challenges for an independent scholar.
Three seminars will be scheduled each semester. Seminars represent a wide variety of topics and have included management, English, Sociology, Romance Languages, and Theology.
Research Seminar meets Noon to 1.45 PM in First Floor Conference Room 3 Lake St with a light luncheon served.
The next luncheon meeting of the Faculty Research Seminar:
Thurs Oct 15, 2015, 12-1:45 PM, 3 Lake Street (1st Floor Confererence Room)
Laurel A. Eisenhauer, Connell School of Nursing, will present on "Searching for Annie: Adventures in Historical Research in a Small Town." A light luncheon is provided.
Her project is about Annie Gosbee (1935-53), who became a professional baseball player. For more information see the attached document or go to the website of the All American Girls Professional Baseball League at: http://www.aagpbl.org/index.cfm/profiles/gosbee-annie/307
Lauren Eisenhauer was a faculty member, department chair, as well as associate dean for 35 years in School of Nursing. She is the author of several books about pharmacology and nursing, but this is her first venture into historical research.