CHADRON – The Spring 2017 Graves Lecture Series begins with Charith Kapukotuwa Tuesday, Feb. 21, in the lower level of the King Library at 6 p.m. Attendance is free and the community is welcome.
Kapukotuwa, assistant coordinator for the office of international education, from Sri Lanka, will describe his country and other countries he has visited. He will also address the difficulties international students encounter as they enter the U.S. culture. The title of his talk is “Cultural Assimilation: From Sri Lanka to CSC.”
The Graves Lecture Series presentations begin at 6 p.m. in Room 111 in the lower level of the King Library. For details and information about becoming a speaker, contact the LLC Outreach Librarian, Shawn Hartman at 308-432-6271or email@example.com.
Other Spring 2017 speakers include: Daniel Binkard on March 14 and Dr. Tara Wilson on March 28.
Binkard is a digital graphic designer at Chadron State. His presentation will cover techniques used to improve the fidelity of photographic data and how to overcome physical limitations in photographic capture processes. The title of his talk is “Multi-Exposure Photography.”
Wilson, an assistant professor in the Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work department will explore the interconnectivity of farming and marriage, specifically looking at the factors that contribute to healthy marriages among farming couples. The title of her talk is “Healthy Marriages among Farming Couples: Results and Implications from a Narrative Research Study.”
—CSC College Relations