Lectures 2011 Spring

Honors Forum Schedule - Spring Semester 2011

Date
Topic
Location
Tue Jan 11
Introduction to Forum and the Honors Program, Dr. Harry Delugach, Honors Director.
FFH 138
Thu Jan 13
Jeff Nelson, English Dept. Shakespeare's Theatre and the American Shakespeare Center's Tour
FFH 138
Tue Jan 18
Sue O'Brien, Rotocraft Systems Engineering and Simulation Ctr
FFH 138
Thu Jan 20
NO CLASS
FFH 138
Tue Jan 25
John D. Williams, Electrical and Computer Engr. Dept. and. Assoc. Dir. Nano and Micro Devices Center, Micro and Nanotechnologies
FFH 138
Thu Jan 27
Jack Fix, Physics Dept. and Dean of Science, 21 December 2012 - The End of the World?
FFH 138
Tue Feb 01
Draunta Nicovich, Health and Physical Educ. Dept., Heredity Loads the Gun but Lifestyle Pulls the Trigger.
FFH 138
Thu Feb 03
Rolf Goebel, Dept. of
Foreign Languages and Literatures, Why Foreign Languages? Why Here? Why Now?
FFH 138
Tue Feb 08
DISCUSSION
FFH 138
Thu Feb 10
CANCELLED
FFH 138
Tue Feb 15
Ellis Anderson, author of Under Surge, Under Siege: The Odyssey of Bay St. Louis and Katrina, co-sponsored with the Huntsville Literary Association
FFH 138
Thu Feb 17
Anneliese DeVyldere, UAH Apollo Project: Rocket Science and Resumes and Nicholas Christensen, Aquosus Potentia: A Student R&D Project for Renewable Resources
FFH 138
Tue Feb 22
Harry Delugach, Honors Director and Computer Science Dept., Where Does Energy Come From?
FFH 138
Thu Feb 24

Ina Warboys, College of Nursing, Learning styles by the theory of Howard Gardner

FFH 138
Tue Mar 01
Robert Lawson, Auburn University, Economic Freedom and the Wealth and Health of Nations
FFH 138
Thu Mar 03
Marita O'Brien, Psychology Dept., Decision-making and Human Error
FFH 138
Tue Mar 08
Chris Gunter, Dir. of Research Affairs, HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, Genomics For Everyone
FFH 138
Thu Mar 10

Ms. Kathryn Woods, Dialogue Across Cultural Differences: A Women's History Month Celebration of Sojourner Truth, co-sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs for Women's History Month (note location change!)

Chan Auditorium
Tue Mar 15
Paula Pabst, College of Nursing, and the Nursing and Space Life Sciences Committee, Bone Health in Microgravity
FFH 138
Thu Mar 17
Student Council for the Honors Program
FFH 138
Tue Mar 22
SPRING BREAK - No classes
Thu Mar 24
SPRING BREAK - No classes
Tue Mar 29
Alan Knight, Prof. of Latin American History, University of Oxford (St. Antony's College), State, Region, and Patria Chica in the Mexican Revolution
FFH 138
Thu Mar 31
Nikolai Pogorelov, Physics Dept. and CSPAR, Computational Science from a Physicist Viewpoint
FFH 138
Tue Apr 05
HONORS DAY - No classes
Thu Apr 07
Chuck Atkins, former Chief of Staff to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology
FFH 138
Tue Apr 12
Emil Jovanov, Electrical and Computer Engr. Dept., Rise of the Machines: Autonomous Vehicles at UAHuntsville
FFH 138
Thu Apr 14
Sandra Carpenter, Psychology Dept., "Culture Change in Bonaire: Hopes and Fears for the Future"
FFH 138
Tue Apr 19
Honors Program Student Council presentation
1 Student Project/Creative Presentation
FFH 138
Thu Apr 21

Student Project/Creative Presentations:
Jennifer Hunt
, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, "Engaging Students in STEM Fields via a Hands On High Altitude Balloon Project"
Jonathan Winstead, Computer Science, "Evaluation of Senior Project Group Processes Against CMMI Standards"

FFH 138
Tue Apr 26
Discussion and Course Evaluation.
FFH 138