CLASS Presents 2015-16 Great Minds Lecture Series
The Great Minds Lecture Series consist of six lectures from CLASS’ distinguished faculty on topics of interest to the Statesboro community. All lectures start at 5:30 p.m. in Russell Union room 2048.
Assistant Professor of Sociology and International Studies, Matthew Flynn, Ph.D., opens the lecture series with a Nov. 12 lecture titled “The Dilemma of High-Priced Medicines.”
Patsy Kraeger, Ph.D., will present the first lecture of the new year. She will present a lecture entitled “Socially Responsible Businesses: Introducing the Benefit Corporation, an Innovation or a Marketing Tool?”
Jacek Lubecki, Ph.D., will wrap up the lecture series on April 27 with a presentation entitled “ISIS and al-Qaeda as Global Rebels. A Broader Historical Perspective.”
2015-16 Great Minds Lecture Series
Nov. 12 – Matthew Flynn, Ph.D., Department of Sociology and Department of Political Science and International Studies
The Dilemma of High-Priced Medicines
Jan. 20 – Patsy Kraeger, Ph.D., Institute for Public & Nonprofit Studies
Socially Responsible Businesses: Introducing the Benefit Corporation, an Innovation or a Marketing Tool?
Feb. 9 – Chad Posick, Ph.D., Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology
Exposed and Vulnerable: The Consequences of Violence and What Schools, Families, and Communities Can do to Keep Children Healthy
March 8 – Jason Hoelscher, M.F.A., Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art
Art, Information, and Complexity
March 22 – Juanjuan Peng, Ph.D., Department of History
Selling a Healthy Lifestyle in Late Qing China: Commercial Advertisements for Hygienic Products in the Dagong bao, 1902-1911
April 27 – Jacek Lubecki, Ph.D., Department of Political Science and International Studies
ISIS and al-Qaeda as Global Rebels: A Broader Historical Perspective
All Great Minds Lectures start at 5:30 p.m. in Russell Union room 2048
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