|Faculty Lecture Series begins Oct. 10|
We have a most intriguing schedule for the upcoming Faculty Lecture Series -- scholars from a good range of disciplines doing interesting and important work. Mark your calendar and join us on these dates in the fall:
* Tuesday, Oct. 10: David Marshall (English), "Editing: Discovering Windows Into the Structure of the Human Mind."
* Tuesday, Nov. 7: Roxanne Vaughan (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology), "Dopamine Transporters: What's Regulating the Regulators?."
* Tuesday, Dec. 5: Patrick Luber (Art), "The 3Ds of Sculpture: Disinterested, Decorative, or Devotional Object."
The lectures will take place at the North Dakota Museum of Art, beginning with a reception at 4 p.m., and followed by the lecture at 4:30 p.m.
The spring series will feature retiring biology professor Richard Crawford looking back over his career, and nursing professor Glenda Lindseth looking ahead to developments at the Biobehavioral Research Center.
-- Sandra Donaldson for the Lectures Committee.