Lectures 2009 Fall

Honors Forum Schedule - Fall Semester 2009

Date
Topic
Location
Thu Aug 20

Introduction to Course, Dr. Harry Delugach

FFH
Tue Aug 25
Harry Delugach, UAH Dept. of Computer Science: "Machine Intelligence in Movies and TV" FFH
Thu Aug 27
Discussion: Student Council for the Honors Program (SCHP) meeting FFH

Tue Sept 01

Linda Vaughan, UAH Library: "You Have Questions - We Have Answers: Library Resources/Research Help" FFH
Thu Sept 03
Discussion FFH
Tue Sept 08
Ron Wray, UAH Dept. of Music: "This Isn't Your Grandfather's Saxophone" FFH
Thu Sept 10
Election! Student Council for the Honors Program (SCHP) speeches and voting begins FFH
Tue Sept 15
Ramon Cerro, UAH Dept. of Chemical Engineering: "Wetting and Capillarity: An everyday experience". FFH
Thu Sept 17
Ron Roberts, UAH Dept. of Music: "Introduction to the 2009-2010 Huntsville Chamber Music Guild Series" FFH
Tue Sept 22
Service Activities at the Student Success Center, given by SSC staff members FFH
Thu Sept 24
Discussion FFH
Tue Sept 29
Emil Jovanov, UAH Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering: "iSense: Real Time Monitoring of Body Activity" FFH
Thu Oct 01
Discussion FFH
Tue Oct 06
Donna Herrin, UAH College of Nursing: "Healthcare: An International Perspective" FFH
Thu Oct 08
NO CLASS - Fall Break
Tue Oct 13
Pam O'Neal, UAH College of Nursing, "Nurses and Engineers Teaming Up to Make a Difference" FFH
Thu Oct 15
Discussion. FFH
Tue Oct 20
Robin Behn, Department of English, University of Alabama "A Reading by Robin Behn, Poet" FFH
Thu Oct 22
Student Council for the Honors Program: Discussion FFH
Tue Oct 27
NO CLASS!! FFH
Thu Oct 29
Sandra Enger, Institute for Science Education and Department of Education, UAH: "The Galapagos Islands: The Context for Darwin's Dangerous Idea. " FFH
Tue Nov 03
Dr. Stephanie McCurry, "The Confederacy's Arming of Slaves During the Civil War" (History Forum) FFH
Thu Nov 05
Dr. Daniel Rochowiak, Computer Science Dept. and Associate Dean, College of Science, "The New Humanities" FFH
Tue Nov 10
Panel Discussion: "Nationally Competitive Scholarships for Undergraduate and Graduate Study" FFH
Thu Nov 12
"Mother Earth, Father Sky": A collection of native stories in celebration of National Native American Heritage Month. Co-sponsored by Office of Multicultural Affairs FFH
Tue Nov 17
Riverboat John Ferguson: "The Book Tom Sawyer and All the Trappings of Mark Twain" FFH
Thu Nov 19
Student Research Symposium - Nick Wilbourn, Emily Hampton, Andrew Andrian FFH
Tue Nov 24
Student Research Symposium - Eric Moore, Elisabeth Spalding, Amberly Gutscher FFH
Thu Nov 26
NO CLASS - Thanksgiving
Tue Dec 01
Discussion and Course Evaluation. FFH