Osher Lecture Series
Spring 2014 Osher Lecture Series
Location: Carson Series lectures are held on Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to noon, at the Carson Community Center, 801 E. Carson Street, Carson, CA.
About the Series
The Spring 2014 Carson Series features CSUDH faculty presenting recent research in their fields of expertise. You will learn how CSUDH faculty research is affecting communities locally and globally. Emerging issues will be related to applications and real life examples. This is an opportunity to ask the experts in a relaxed and collegial setting.
Pre-Historic Native Americans of Utah: Archeological Excavations of the Anasazi
Wednesday, February 5 – 10:00am - noon
Daniel Cutrone, M.A. Anthropology, M.S. Geology
Cops and Vice in the Silent Art
Wednesday, February 19 – 10:00am - noon
Abe Ravitz, Ph.D., Emeritus Faculty, English, CSUDH
Scarcity-Abundance Issues Impacting our Human and Planetary Futures
Wednesday, March 5 – 10:00am - noon
Linda Groff, Ph.D., Emeritus Faculty, Political Science, CSUDH
The Philosophy of Religion and Radicals
Wednesday, April 9 – 10:00am - noon
Sheela Pawar, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Biology, CSUDH
Researching Scientific Discoveries through Social Media and Blogging
Wednesday, April 30 – 10:00am - noon
Terrance McGlynn, Ph.D., Associate Dean, College of Arts & Humanities, CSUDH
5 Wednesdays, February 5, 19; March 5; April 9, 30 • 10:00am – noon
Carson Community Center, 801 E. Carson Street, Carson
For current OLLI members, there is no charge, but registration is required. OLLI members are welcome to Bring a Friend to the February 5 presentation.