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Library to Host Faculty Research Forums

January 10, 2002

Columbus State University's Schwob Memorial Library has announced a first-time series of 'Faculty Research Forums,' to be held on the Library's first floor on Tuesdays and Thursdays between Jan. 15 and Feb. 28. Sessions will run 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be available.

On each of the series' seven dates, faculty members will give separate 20-minute presentations on his or research findings. The remaining 20 minutes in the hour will be reserved for audience questions and discussion.

The series opens Jan. 15 with 'A Gentleman in Disguise: John Clifford Brown and the Phillipine-American War' by Joe McCallus and 'Older Women's Voices: Perspectives on Aging and Spirituality' by Jackie Titus and Joyce Hickson. For more information, contact the Schwob Memorial Library at 568-2042.

The entire schedule:
Tuesday, Jan. 15
* A Gentleman in Disguise: John Clifford Brown and the Phillipine-American War by Joe McCallus, assistant professor of language and literature
* Older Women's Voices: Perspectives on Aging and Spirituality by Jackie Titus, associate professor of public health and Joyce Hickson, department chair for counseling and educational leadership

Thursday, Jan. 24
* The Lute Works of John Dowland by Andrew Zohn, instructor, Schwob School of Music
* The Legal Implications of Consent Forms and the First Amendment Pertaining to Communication and in the Classroom Environment by Tamara Bollis-Pecci and Mary Kirchoff - both assistant professors of communication

Thursday, Jan. 31
* The Dancing Masters of 17th-Century England by Kristen Hansen, assistant professor, Schwob School of Music
* Giant Crocodylians from the Age of Dinosaurs by David Schwimmer, professor of geology

Thursday, Feb. 7
* Family Friendly Workplace: Legal Policy and Communicative Issues by Danna Gibson, assistant professor of communication
* The Irish Literary Perspective of 'Home' by Dan Ross, department chair for language and literature

Tuesday, Feb. 12
* Language of Race and Ethnicity in the U.S. by John Studstill, assistant professor of sociology
* Collaboration Between the Muscogee Co. School District and CSU's University College by Terry Irvin, department chair for basic studies

Thursday, Feb. 12
* The Effects of Calorie Restriction on Working Memory in Aged Rats by Mark Schmidt, assistant professor of psychology
* Tortious Misconduct by John Hoft, business-liaison librarian, Schwob Library and instructor, Abbott Turner College of Business

Thursday, Feb. 28
* Between Art and Knowledge: Ownership and Authenticity in Mary Austin's 'One-Smoke Stories' by Noreen Lape, assistant professor of language and literature
* Plutonic Rocks of Eastern Panama by Tom Hanley, professor of geology