Mon, Mar 7 2011
LeTourneau University is hosting free science seminars on a variety of topics as part of its Spring 2011 Science Seminar schedule. All of the one-hour seminars are on Thursdays from 11 to 11:50 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:
March 10 – “Systems of Differential Equations in Science – Biology, Chemistry, Physics” by Lois Knouse, department of mathematics at LETU.
March 23- “Life as a Christian Professor of Science in a Secular University” (7p.m. in Speer Chapel – chapel credit approved) by James Tour, Smalley Institute for Nanoscience and Technology, Rice University, Houston, Texas.
March 24- “Nanotechnology: Nanomaterials, Nanomedicine, and Nanocars” by James Tour, Smalley Institute for Nanoscience and Technology, Rice University, Houston, Texas.
March 31 – “A Scientist’s Perspective on Genesis and Eschatology” by George Damoff, department of biology at LETU.
April 7 – “Water Quality in Texas” by Michael VanBuskirk, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
April 14- “Life After LeTourneau: Efforts to Address America’s Obesity Epidemic (7 p.m. in Berry Auditorium) by Kirsten Grimm, MPH, Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, Ga.
April 21 – “History of Chemistry” by James Marshall, Univ. of North Texas, Denton, Texas.
April 28 – “Nuclear Chemistry” by Sara Wuenschel, chemistry instructor, Weatherford College, Weatherford, Texas.
Views expressed by speakers at seminars are their own and should not be taken as official positions of LeTourneau University.