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Al Stone Lecture Series
Start Date: 4/18/2019Start Time: 9:30 AM
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Event Description:
Spring 2019 Al Stone Lecture Series Schedule:
• April 11: “Renewable Energy: A Sustainable Path Forward” – Presenter: Dr. Richard Lloyd, chairperson of the Physics and Technology Department, is also the designer of the 190 kilowatt solar array on campus.
• April 18: “The Future of the Erie County Democratic Party: Demographic Trends” – Presenter: Dr. Jim Wertz, associate dean of Edinboro University’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and chairperson of the Erie County Democratic Party.
• April 25: “Teaching and Living in Bhutan” – Presenter: Dr. Andrea Wyman serves as librarian in Edinboro University’s Baron-Forness Library and has recently taught in south Asia.
• May 2: “Making the Most of It: Nature and Meaning in Frost” – Presenter: Dr. Donald Sheehy is one of the premier scholars of the poet Robert Frost. His current project, “The Letters of Robert Frost,” is being widely published in five volumes
• May 9: “’She Died in My Arms Tonight’ What the President, the Pope and the Ayatollah Have to Do With A Little Girl in Haiti” – Presenter: Rev. Chuck Cammarata was pastor at Fairview Presbyterian Church for 32 years and is still a sought-after speaker. He is active in various international programs and multi-cultural and interfaith organizations in Erie.
Location Information:
Edinboro University - Diebold Center for the Performing Arts
217 Meadville Street
Edinboro, PA 16444
Event Open To:
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    http://www.edinboro.edu/news/detail.html?inode=1ae512a6-b381-42d1-86aa-6e728a6aaa79
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