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Fall 2011 Lecture Series

  Fall 2011

The  Environment 

Fall 2011 Lecture Series
Date Speaker Lecture Title
August 30                      Philip Phillips, Honors College Introduction to the Honors Lecture Series
September 5 Labor Day - No Classes  
September 12 Ryan Otter, Biology Zebrafish: A Developmental Tail
September 19 Jeff Walck, Biology Ecological Resoration without Borders
September 26 Vera Vollbtecht, Warner Park Center, Nashville, Tennessee The Importance of Nature Play: Every Child Outdoors in Tennessee
October 3 Tom Strawman, English Landscape as Locus of Spiritual Reality in Native America
October 10 Philip Phillips, Honors College Science, Narure, and the Romantic Imagination
October 17 Fall Break - No Classes  
October 24 Melissa Lobegeier, Geosciences The Use of Microscopic Organisms to Assess Past and Present Water Quality
October 31 Kim Cleary Sadler, Biology If It's Green, It's Good? Invasive Plant Pests and the Threat to Our Natural Heritage
November 7 John DiVincenzo, Chemistry Urganizing Our World: At What Cost to Water Quality?
November 14 Patrick Doyle, Biology (retired) Recycle, Do Without, or Take What Belongs to Others
November 21 Padgett Kelly, Center for Environmental Education From Earth Day to 2011 - Reflections of a Wounded Warrior
November 28 David Hill, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation All-Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI) in Tennessee State Parks and Natural Areas and The Tennessee Naturalist Program
December 5 Honors Students Honors Thesis Presentations