This is a six session FREE series for students to learn how to successfully manage your financial situation. Each session will be informative and FUN! There will be free pizza and cookies, and a trivia contests and competitions featuring BIG PRIZES donated by area businesses. The group will meet in the Blue Hills Lecture Hall from 12:30 - 1:20 p.m. Dates for the seminar are:
February 13, 27
March 13, 27
April 10, 24
View last semester's presentations here. Instructions: In the drop down menu next to "All Folders" choose "Thursdays @ the U" to see all of the presentations.
Thursdays @ the U lecture series will run throughout the spring semster featuring a lecture, performance, discussion, demonstration format. The series, partly funded by the UW-BC Foundation, will explore topics in the arts, sciences, public affairs, literary fields, and cultural areas. These lectures are free and open to the public. All presentations are from 12:30 - 1:20 p.m. in the Blue Hills Lecture Hall (Room 234) located in Ritzinger Hall. Lecture attendees are welcome to bring their lunch to the presentation.
Feb. 7: UW-BC Dean Paul W. Chase, “The Holocaust: A Modern Phenomenon Rooted in an Ancient Hatred”
Feb. 14: Dr. Bradley Peterson (UW-BC Faculty), "Cosmic Collisions"
Feb. 21: Sidney Konell, Jayant Anand (UW-BC Faculty), "Debt, Ownership, and Wealth" What can economics and anthropology tell us?"
Feb. 28: Dr. Doug Hosler (UW-Marathon), "Is Love All It's Cracked Up to Be?"
March 7: Panel Discussion, "Tsunami in Northern Japan"
March 13: Women's History Month event
March 21-----no presentation----Spring Break
March 28: Attorney Brent Smith (President of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents, "The University of Wisconsin System: Current Issues"
April 4: A poetry reading with Bryan Bearhart along with artwork by UW-BC students
April 11: UW-BC Assistant Professor of Art Ginnie Baer presents her artwork
April 18: Dr. James Connell (UW-BC Lecturer), "Blowing in the Wind - Windmills to Wind Turbines"
April 25: Red Cedar 2013, UW-BC's annual journal of the arts and literature: Publication Reading
May 2: Dr. Eric Kasper (UW-BC Faculty), "Impartial Justice"
May 9: UW-BC student presentations on community-based or collaborative learning projects.