I am delighted to announce the spring 2015 World on Wednesday (WOW) lecture series, featuring faculty and staff from across the campus. This term, we’re bringing the world to CSI through these lectures:

-March 18: “Clinical Laboratory Science Cultural Exchange, Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia,” Peter Jackson, Biology

-March 25: “Uncovering the History of Unwanted Pregnancy and Abortion in Bolivia,” Natalie (Tasha) Kimball, History

-April 1: “Environmental Autobiography: From Costa Rica to New York City,” Valkiria Durán-Narucki, Psychology

-April 15: “From International Student to Career Professional,” Inga Mezale, SEVIS Coordinator and International Student and Scholar Advisor

-April 22: “Children’s Literature: A Wide, Wide World or a Small World After All?” Lara Saguisag, English

-April 29: “My Greek Heritage,” Harriet Giapoutzis, College Opportunity to Prepare for Employment (COPE)

Please encourage your students and, of course, your colleagues to attend these terrific lectures on campus. Each lecture will take place either at the Green Dolphin Lounge or Room 211 in the Campus Center (Building 1C) from 12:20pm to 1:10pm on Wednesdays during the term.

Please see the online printable flyer for you to post on your door or forward to others who might be interested.