Academic Enrichment

Proposals for academic enrichment are evaluated in terms of the expectation that visiting lecturers, authorities, and artists will be in contact with students, thus enriching their program of instruction. Proposed contacts with the community and faculty will certainly be considered, but the emphasis should be on interaction with students.

  • Jan Coleman, English - River City Writers Series
  • Bill Lawson, Philosophy - Spindel Conference
  • Steve Tabachnick, English - Tennessee Philogical Association Conference
  • Jonathan Judaken, Marcus Orr Center for the Humanities - Friday Afternoon Lecture Series
  • Mohamed Laradji, Physics - Material Science Lecture Series
  • Manohar Aggarwal, Mathematical Sciences - Design and Analysis of Experiments Seminar
  • David Lin, Computer Science - Computer Science Colloquium Series
  • Leigh Anne Duck, Interdisciplinary Studies - Critical Race Studies
  • Anna Bargagliotti, Mathematical Sciences - Math Education Speaker Series
  • Kristen Iversen-Britt, English - Literary Publishing Day Susan Popham and Loel Kim, English - Professional Writing Concentration Meet and Greet
  • Tom Nenon, Philosophy - MidSouth Philosophy Conference Wanda Rushing, Women's Studies - 3rd Annual Women's History Month Symposium
  • Robert Neimeyer, Psychology - Guest Speaker: Katherine Shear
  • Arwin Smallwood, History - 10th Annual African American History Conference
  • Jack Grubaugh, Biology - Guest Speaker: Milly Caldwell Crosby