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Honors Forum Schedule - Fall Semester 2011

Date
Topic
Location
Thu Aug 18
Dr. Harry Delugach, University Honors Director. Introduction to Forum and the Honors Program
FFH 138
Tue Aug 23
Rolf Goebel, Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Foreign Languages in the Age of Digitization and Globalization
FFH 138
Thu Aug 25
Honors Program Student Council
Azerbaijani Student Visitors Colloquium
FFH 138
Tue Aug 30
Abdallah Elsamadicy, Physics Dept., Silicon Carbide is a Superior Candidate for Nano Device Technology
FFH 138
Thu Sep 01
Russ Dunford, Assistant Program Manager, United States Army - Program Executive Office, Aviation, Communication: Why Should I Care?
FFH 138
Tue Sep 06
Peggy Hays and Ina Warboys, College of Nursing, Laura Atencio, Omicron Delta Kappa, Value in honor societies
FFH 138
Thu Sep 08
Honors Program Student Council
FFH 138
Tue Sep 13
Harry Delugach, Honors Director, Where does energy come from?
FFH 138
Thu Sep 15
Michael S. Briggs, CSPAR (Center for Space Plasma and Aeronomic Research), Anti-matter from thunderstorms
FFH 138
Tue Sep 20
Deborah Heikes, Philosophy Dept., Could Watson pass a Turing test?
FFH 138
Thu Sep 22
Dr. Judith Walzer Leavitt, Medical History & Bioethics, History of Science, and Gender and Women's Studies, University of Wisconsin, Make Room for Daddy: Men’s Roles in Childbirth in Twentieth Century America
FFH 138
Tue Sep 27
John Bradford, Sociology Dept., The Global Debt Crisis
FFH 138
Thu Sep 29

Mr. Andres Lara, Real Talk Hispanic Heritage Celebration, How to Turn Setbacks into Comebacks: Challenging the Status Quo, co-sponsored with Office of Multicultural Affairs

FFH 138
Tue Oct 04
Bruce Stallsmith, Biological Sciences Dept., Some Of Alabama's Disappearing Fishes: Local Stories Almost No One Knows About
FFH 138
Thu Oct 06
FALL BREAK - NO CLASS
Tue Oct 11
Professor Joanne Gabrynowicz, Director of the National Center for Remote Sensing, Air, and Space Law, and the Univ. of Mississippi. Space Law
FFH 138
Thu Oct 13
open
FFH 138
Tue Oct 18
Gregory Reed, Center for Modeling, Simulation and Analysis, Metric of Evil
FFH 138
Thu Oct 20
Karen Frith and Faye Anderson, College of Nursing. Information Technology in Healthcare: Reducing Risks for Hospitalized Patients
FFH 138
Tue Oct 25
Patrick Reardon, Center for Applied Optics
FFH 138
Thu Oct 27
Sherri Restauri Carson, Distance Learning, College of Engineering & Psychology Department, Implications of Technology Use in the Higher Education Classroom: Students’ Perspectives on Technology Selection and Outcomes
FFH 138
Tue Nov 01
Udaysankar Nair, Atmospheric Science Dept. Impact of deforestation on regional climate
FFH 138
Thu Nov 03
Draunta Nicovich, Health and Physical Education Dept, Keeping Healthy in An Unhealthy Age
FFH 138
Tue Nov 08
Jeff Neuschatz, Psychology Dept., The Inadequacy of Legal Safeguards for Eyewitness Identification Evidence
FFH 138
Thu Nov 10
Tim Wise, Is Your Perspective Showing? co-sponsored with Office of Multicultural Affairs
SC 301
Tue Nov 15
UAHuntsville Without Borders: Intercultural Forum, sponsored by Office of International Programs and Services
FFH 138
Thu Nov 17

Honors Research Showcase:
Chad Stott, Design of Hands-On Solar Power Exhibit for Children's Science Museum
Dominique Norphleet, Current Hospital Nursing Practice to Prevent Surgical Site Infection in Patients Who Have Had Abdominal Surgery
Wazir Akbar, A Glimpse into Pakistan (sponsored by Office of International Programs and Services)

FFH 138
Tue Nov 22

Honors Research Showcase:
Kara Million: Trematode Gill Parasite Infection in Brachyrhaphis episcopi
Rachael Agnew, 2D evaluation of S parameters in the Flowfield-Dependent Variation method for Euler's Equations using the Finite Element Method
Lauren Kahre: Investigating Turbulence Transport in the Heliosphere
Lyn Barger, Intimate Partner Violence

FFH 138
Thu Nov 24
Thanksgiving - NO CLASS
Tue Nov 29
Discussion and Course Evaluation
FFH 138