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UCC hosts faculty lecture series on campus

Umpqua Community College (File / SBG photo)

ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Umpqua Community College has announced its "Fall Quarter Faculty Lecture Series.."

The twice-a-month presentations will be held in various locations on the main UCC campus.

Audiences will hear short, vibrant talks on subjects that inspire passion in UCC faculty members.

These free events are open to the entire community and no reservations are required.

Wed, October 11, 11am - 12pm
Educational Skills Building (ESB), Room 15
Amy Fair - Humanities
“Tattooed Women in the 20th Century”

Thu, October 12, 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Whipple Building, Centerstage Theatre
John Blackwood - Computer Information Systems
“Battling Cyberpunks to Win”

Wed, November 8, 11am - 12pm
Whipple Building, Centerstage Theatre
Dr. Shauna McNulty - Science
“Intro to Forensic Anthropology and the Science of Death”

Thu, November 9, 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Whipple Building, Centerstage
Dr. Ken Carloni - Biology
“Taking Back the Fire Stick: Humans, Fire, and Becoming Indigenous”

Wed, December 6, 11am - 12pm
Whipple Building, Centerstage Theatre
Paula Marie Usrey - Communications
“Your Best Life at Any Age”

Thu, December 7, 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Whipple Building, Centerstage Theatre
Brent Lewis - Adult Education
“Taking Back the Fire Stick: Humans, Fire, and Becoming Indigenous”
Dr. Mary Stinnett - Mathematics
“The Mathematical Relationship Between Caffeine and Earthquakes”

For more information, visit the UCC website.

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