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.
Thursday, October 16th from 12 - 1:45 (at 3 Lake Street)
Dennis Sardella, Chemistry, will present his work "Language and Symbolism in Icons".
Thursday, November 13th from 12 - 1:45 (at 3 Lake Street)
Judith Wilt (English Department) will present her work, “‘Writing 'Romance': from the Dissertation to 'the Retirement book’.” “My talk will be about how I came to write the book as a "’retirement book,’ as well as about the book.”
January 22nd : Walt Haney (Center for the Study of Testing, Evaluation and Educational Policy)
February 19th : Robert Imbelli (Theology Department)
March 19th : Matilda Bruckner (Romance Languages)
April 16th : Laurel Eisenhower (Nursing)
Presentation topics will be posted as they become available.