is hosting free science seminars on a variety of topics as part of
its Spring 2009 Science Seminar schedule. All of the one-hour seminars are on
Thursdays at 11 a.m. in Berry Auditorium in the Paul E. Glaske Engineering and Science Building on
the LETU campus, 2100 S. Mobberly Ave.
Upcoming seminar topics include:
Feb. 26—“The Gospel Reconciliation and the
Neurological Sciences: Science and Ephesians on What it Means to be a Human Being” by Jeph
Holloway, professor of theology and ethics at East Texas Baptist University.
March 12—“What Is So Amazing About Advanced
Engineering Materials?” by Yoni Adonyi, professor of engineering at LETU.
March 26—“Reflecting on 40 Years of Teaching
Chemistry at LETU” by Richard Johnson, LETU professor of chemistry.
April 2—“Statistics of Disease: What are Your
Chances?” by Jeannie Thompson, Oklahoma State Health Department.
April 16—“Thyroid Function and Metabolic Rate
in Rats” by LETU biology instructor Karen Rispin and students from LETU.
April 23—“Probability and Providence: Free
Will and Predestination in the Physical World” by Gary DeBoer, LETU chemistry professor.