Spring 2020 Research Series Presentations Set

Seven presentations by Arkansas Tech University faculty members are planned for the spring 2020 ATU Interdisciplinary Research Series.

Attendance at the sessions is open to any member of the university community. The series, which is guided by a board of ATU faculty members, is intended to spotlight research and scholarship conducted at ATU.

Presentations scheduled for spring 2020 are:

“Painting a Sense of Belonging”
Dr. Jessica Mongeon, assistant professor of art
Friday, Jan. 24, 3:30 p.m., Brown Hall room 134

“Before Brown: Culture, Society and the Long Civil Rights Movement in America, 1944-54”
Dr. James Moses, professor of history
Wednesday, Feb. 19, 6 p.m., Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center room 300A

“Research at the Interface Between Science and Science Fiction”
Dr. Newton Hilliard, associate professor of chemistry
Friday, March 6, 3:30 p.m., Brown Hall room 134

“Hattie Mae White: Educator and Activist”
Dr. David Cullen, visiting lecturer of history
“Towards the 19th Amendment: Rhetoric, Myth and Elizabeth Cady Stanton”
Dr. Virginia Jones, assistant professor of communication
Wednesday, March 18, 6 p.m., Chambers Cafeteria West Dining Room

“A Taste of Buffalo: A Conversation with the Director and Composer”
Dr. David Eshelman, professor of communication and director of theatre, and Dr. Tim Smith, professor of music
Friday, April 3, 3:30 p.m., Tech Theatre

“The (Interactive) Dark Side of the Universe”
Dr. Hamed Shojaei, associate professor of physics
Friday, April 24, 3:30 p.m., Brown Hall room 134

Learn more about the ATU Interdisciplinary Research Series at www.atu.edu/irs.