CAC Presentations

Spring 2019

The Wednesday Faculty Discussion Series
3-4 p.m.  •  E-202

January 30 // Cliff Hudder (English)

“Reading Regionally-Charged Artistic Referents Through Contemporary Theories of Space and Place or Myth, Texas, Gossip, James Dean, James Dean, James Dean and the Motion Picture Giant

February 6 // Karyn Friesen (Speech Communication) 

“Engagement Through Immersion: Using Virtual Reality Across the Curriculum”

February 13 // Nathalie Brandes & Paul Brandes (Geology)

“There Once Was a Goat Named Kare: Over a Millennium of Mining at Falu Gruve, Sweden”

February 20 // David Oviatt (Psychology)

“From the Field to the Classroom: Using Sport Psychology to Understand and Develop Elite Classroom Performance

February 27 // Sunny Zhao (Speech Communication)

“Culturally Responsive Teaching: Why it Matters and the Strategies that Work”

March 6 // Mike Krall (Asst. to the President)

’You never told me that!’: A Group Discussion of Communication Issues We Face”

March 20 // Danny Kainer (Dir., LSC-Montgomery Biotechnology Institute)

“An Out of this World Collaboration: LSC, DMACC, The International Space Station and NASA”

March 27 // Tony Fuller (Communication)

“’Do Words Matter in the Political Arena?”

April 3 // Mischelle Hopper (Nursing)

“Nursing in the Age of Big Data”

April 10 // Lana Myers (English) & Cross-Disciplinary Panel

Emmy Frank (Drama)
Janeu Houston (Biotechnology/Biology)
Lori Hughes (English)

“If You Built It (Into Your Assignments), They Will Come (to Class): Strategies for Teaching Memoir Across the Curriculum”

For information about the Annual CAC Student Presentation Conference, LSC-Montgomery information contact Roy Turner (English), org. committee chair. To access the nomination form visit

For information about The WAC Journal and to access submission and release forms contact Martina Kusi-Mensah (English), co-editor. To access the forms visit

For information and to make proposals for the Wednesday CAC Faculty/Staff Discussion Series contact Ron Heckelman (English), or Habib Far (Math),