||From flute concert to life in the Drug Enforcement Administration: upcoming April convos
RELEASED: April 2, 2009
This annual Centre tradition features professors sharing stories about their childhoods, experiences in school and favorite moments at Centre. Dr. Rosa Slegers, Dr. Amos Tubb and Dr. Paul Sikkel will be in the spotlight. Click here for the story. Click here for more.
Human Performance in Extreme Environments: Ethnicity and Disease
Wilson Fellow Dr. Warren Lockette, a medical officer, scientist and special advisor to the U.S. Navy's top SEAL command, will speak on this intriguing topic. He is currently adjunct professor of medicine at the University of California, San Diego; professor of neurosurgery at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit; and medical officer in the Naval Special Warfare Command in San Diego. His research interests include human performance in extreme environments, hypertension, bone health, osteoporosis and sports medicine.
Student Government Association Debate
Candidates for SGA president, speaker of the house and SAC president present their platforms and field questions from the student body.
*Major Barbara by DramaCentre
This three-act play by George Bernard Shaw, directed by Tony Haigh, professor of dramatic arts, explores the disillusionment of a Salvation Army officer when her Christian denomination accepts money from an arms manufacturer and a whisky distiller.
*Admission is free for students, faculty and staff. For ticket information, call the Norton Center Box Office at 859-236-4692.
Centre Flutes Concert
Centre's acclaimed flute ensemble performs a special concert.
Life in the DEA and the Real Truth on Illegal Drugs
Robert Stutman, a 25-year veteran of the Drug Enforcement Administration, shares his experiences with the DEA—including five years undercover—and talks candidly about the effects of illegal street drugs.
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