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Perlinski to present Graves Lecture

February 27, 2015

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Anthony Perlinski, assistant professor in the Applied Sciences department, will be the featured Graves Lecture Series speaker Tuesday in the King Library.

The title of his talk is “Exploring the Role of Scale in Natural Resource Management.”

Perlinski will discuss ecosystem processes, how they vary significantly based on the scale of observation, and how the different scales relate to sustainable natural resource management.

Upcoming presentations:

March 24 – Dr. Bill Roweton, professor in the Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work

March 31 – Dr. Pat Beu, senior director in Student Affairs

The presentations begin at 7 p.m. in Room 111 in the lower level of the King Library. The series is free, open to the public and available on csc.edu/live.

Questions or suggestions regarding future featured speakers should be directed to Outreach Librarian Shawn Hartman at 308-432-6271 ext. 6150 or shartman@csc.edu.

All programs take place on Tuesdays and can be seen at csc.edu/live. Other speakers will include:

March 3 – Anthony Perlinski, assistant professor in the Applied Sciences department

March 24 – Dr. Bill Roweton, professor in the Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work

March 31 – Dr. Pat Beu, senior director in Student Affairs

Perlinski will discuss ecosystem processes, how they vary significantly based on the scale of observation, and how the different scales relate to sustainable natural resource management. The title of his talk is “Exploring the Role of Scale in Natural Resource Management.”

Roweton will discuss a number of Nebraska-born psychologists. The title of his talk is “True or False: No Internationally Acknowledged Scientific Psychologist Came from Nebraska.”  

He will focus on the work of five psychologists: Edwin Guthrie, J.P. Guilford, H. Hollingworth, L. Hollingworth, and J. McVicker Hunt. Photos of these individuals are featured in the LLC gallery, which is located in the building’s lower level. These same photos are also featured in the American Psychological Association Board Room in Washington, D.C.

Beu will wrap up the series with a presentation about changes in higher education. He will discuss ways in which to better prepare students for higher education. The title of his talk is “Preparing Today’s Kids for Tomorrow’s College: Thoughts on Academic and Social Changes.” Audience members will be invited to participate in the discussion and share their thoughts on the future of higher education.

The presentations begin at 7 p.m. in Room 111 in the lower level of the LLC. The series is free and open to the public. For more details or to express interest in being a featured speaker, contact Shawn Hartman, LLC outreach librarian, at 308-432-6271 ext. 6150 or shartman@csc.edu.

- See more at: http://www.csc.edu/modules/news/public_news/view/10900#sthash.4l99vquq.dpuf

All programs take place on Tuesdays and can be seen at csc.edu/live. Other speakers will include:

March 3 – Anthony Perlinski, assistant professor in the Applied Sciences department

March 24 – Dr. Bill Roweton, professor in the Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work

March 31 – Dr. Pat Beu, senior director in Student Affairs

Perlinski will discuss ecosystem processes, how they vary significantly based on the scale of observation, and how the different scales relate to sustainable natural resource management. The title of his talk is “Exploring the Role of Scale in Natural Resource Management.”

Roweton will discuss a number of Nebraska-born psychologists. The title of his talk is “True or False: No Internationally Acknowledged Scientific Psychologist Came from Nebraska.”  

He will focus on the work of five psychologists: Edwin Guthrie, J.P. Guilford, H. Hollingworth, L. Hollingworth, and J. McVicker Hunt. Photos of these individuals are featured in the LLC gallery, which is located in the building’s lower level. These same photos are also featured in the American Psychological Association Board Room in Washington, D.C.

Beu will wrap up the series with a presentation about changes in higher education. He will discuss ways in which to better prepare students for higher education. The title of his talk is “Preparing Today’s Kids for Tomorrow’s College: Thoughts on Academic and Social Changes.” Audience members will be invited to participate in the discussion and share their thoughts on the future of higher education.

The presentations begin at 7 p.m. in Room 111 in the lower level of the LLC. The series is free and open to the public. For more details or to express interest in being a featured speaker, contact Shawn Hartman, LLC outreach librarian, at 308-432-6271 ext. 6150 or shartman@csc.edu.

- See more at: http://www.csc.edu/modules/news/public_news/view/10900#sthash.4l99vquq.dpuf

All programs take place on Tuesdays and can be seen at csc.edu/live. Other speakers will include:

March 3 – Anthony Perlinski, assistant professor in the Applied Sciences department

March 24 – Dr. Bill Roweton, professor in the Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work

March 31 – Dr. Pat Beu, senior director in Student Affairs

Perlinski will discuss ecosystem processes, how they vary significantly based on the scale of observation, and how the different scales relate to sustainable natural resource management. The title of his talk is “Exploring the Role of Scale in Natural Resource Management.”

Roweton will discuss a number of Nebraska-born psychologists. The title of his talk is “True or False: No Internationally Acknowledged Scientific Psychologist Came from Nebraska.”  

He will focus on the work of five psychologists: Edwin Guthrie, J.P. Guilford, H. Hollingworth, L. Hollingworth, and J. McVicker Hunt. Photos of these individuals are featured in the LLC gallery, which is located in the building’s lower level. These same photos are also featured in the American Psychological Association Board Room in Washington, D.C.

Beu will wrap up the series with a presentation about changes in higher education. He will discuss ways in which to better prepare students for higher education. The title of his talk is “Preparing Today’s Kids for Tomorrow’s College: Thoughts on Academic and Social Changes.” Audience members will be invited to participate in the discussion and share their thoughts on the future of higher education.

The presentations begin at 7 p.m. in Room 111 in the lower level of the LLC. The series is free and open to the public. For more details or to express interest in being a featured speaker, contact Shawn Hartman, LLC outreach librarian, at 308-432-6271 ext. 6150 or shartman@csc.edu.

- See more at: http://www.csc.edu/modules/news/public_news/view/10900#sthash.4l99vquq.dpuf

All programs take place on Tuesdays and can be seen at csc.edu/live. Other speakers will include:

March 3 – Anthony Perlinski, assistant professor in the Applied Sciences department

March 24 – Dr. Bill Roweton, professor in the Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work

March 31 – Dr. Pat Beu, senior director in Student Affairs

Perlinski will discuss ecosystem processes, how they vary significantly based on the scale of observation, and how the different scales relate to sustainable natural resource management. The title of his talk is “Exploring the Role of Scale in Natural Resource Management.”

- See more at: http://www.csc.edu/modules/news/public_news/view/10900#sthash.4l99vquq.dpuf

All programs take place on Tuesdays and can be seen at csc.edu/live. Other speakers will include:

March 3 – Anthony Perlinski, assistant professor in the Applied Sciences department

March 24 – Dr. Bill Roweton, professor in the Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work

March 31 – Dr. Pat Beu, senior director in Student Affairs

Perlinski will discuss ecosystem processes, how they vary significantly based on the scale of observation, and how the different scales relate to sustainable natural resource management. The title of his talk is “Exploring the Role of Scale in Natural Resource Management.”

- See more at: http://www.csc.edu/modules/news/public_news/view/10900#sthash.4l99vquq.dpuf

All programs take place on Tuesdays and can be seen at csc.edu/live. Other speakers will include:

March 3 – Anthony Perlinski, assistant professor in the Applied Sciences department

March 24 – Dr. Bill Roweton, professor in the Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work

March 31 – Dr. Pat Beu, senior director in Student Affairs

Perlinski will discuss ecosystem processes, how they vary significantly based on the scale of observation, and how the different scales relate to sustainable natural resource management. The title of his talk is “Exploring the Role of Scale in Natural Resource Management.”

- See more at: http://www.csc.edu/modules/news/public_news/view/10900#sthash.4l99vquq.dpuf

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