CAC Spring 2020 Presentations

Spring 2020

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

January 29// Nathalie Brandes & Paul Brandes (Geology)

“Living with Pele: The 1983 to 2018 Kiluea Eruption”

February 5 // Becky Howard (History)

“Cup of Devils to ‘Fruit of the Vine’: Italian Immigrants and Prohibition”

February 12 // Mike Krall (Special ASST. to the President) David Zimmermann (ENGLISH)

“Tents & Tabernacles: Movements of Homes & Spirits”

February 19 // Terry Peterman (Dean, TEAM DIV.)

“Locus of Control: Understanding the Difference Between Praise and Encouragement to Motivate Students to Attributes of Success”

February 26 // Sarah Chapman (Criminal Justice) & Guest Philosopher

“A Dialogue on the Philosophical & PracticalJustifications for Capital Punishment in the USA”

March 4 // Penny Watson (Government)

“Iran’s Grand Strategy in Latin America”

March 18 // Glen Killian (Human Services)

“From the Battlefield to the Family Room: The Spectrum of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder”

March 25 // Bill Dunn (Math), Julie Harless (Biology) & Mead Mclean (Art)

“Form in the Dust: Math and/as Art”

April 1 // Ashley Sheffield (Art History)

“Was Art Nouveau the Last Example of Romanticism?”

April 8 // Lana Myers (English), Sarah Chapman (Criminal Justice) & Student/Faculty Panel

One Book One Campus:“Generational Hygge: Perceptions of Happiness from the Boomer Generationto Gen Z”

April 15 // Mischelle Hopper (Nursing)

“Student Resilience & Academic Success”

• For information about the Annual CAC Student Presentation Conference, April 2020Information: Roy Turner& Missy Dennis(English), org. committee chairs To access nomination form:

• Forinformation about The WAC Journal and to access submission and release forms:Information: Martina Kusi-Mensah (English), co-editorTo access forms:

• For information and to make proposals for the Wednesday CACFaculty/Staff Discussion Series: Ron Heckelman (English), ronh@lonestar.eduor Habib Far (Math),