Published on February 24th, 2017 | by University Communications0
Arts and Sciences’ LED series — March 6-7
The School of Arts and Sciences continues its fifth LED series (Learning, Enlightenment, Discoveries) with one-hour panel presentations on March 6 and 7. In the spirit of the popular TED talks (Technology, Entertainment, Design), this series of faculty-led presentations and discussions is designed for both Saint Leo University students and the wider community to showcase the richness of intellectual life in our school. We aim to share the exciting and inspiring ideas explored in our own diverse areas of interest with the larger Saint Leo community. The theme for this spring’s LED series is “Time,” and our faculty have prepared their topics on this theme according to their respective fields and research.
Monday, March 6 – Greenfelder-Denlinger Boardrooms in the Student Community Center (SCC), 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Jack McTague, professor of history, “Music of the Vietnam War”
Marissa Glover McLargin, instructor of English and professional writing, “Wasted Nostalgia: Pining for a Time That Doesn’t Exist”
Karen Hannel, assistant professor of fine arts, with guest presenter Eric Hannel, “Native Americans Trapped in Time”
June Hammond, associate professor of music, “Time in Music: Beethoven’s Questionable Metronome”
Tuesday, March 7 – Greenfelder-Denlinger Boardrooms in the Student Community Center (SCC), 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Steve Kistulentz, director, Graduate Program in Creative Writing, “Hemingway’s Brain”
Johanna Lane, adjunct instructor of English, “Engaging the Body to Develop Mindfulness”
Kathryn Duncan, professor of English, “From Clueless to Mindful: How Jane Austen Solves the Problem of Mindlessness”
Allyson Marino, assistant professor of English, “A Mind of One’s Own”
For more information, contact Megan Orendorf, the administrator of events and special programs for the School of Arts and Sciences, at (352) 588-8401 or email@example.com.