Science
and
Philosophy
Seminar

 Winter / Spring 2022                                                                                                        

Mar. 4 - Brian Kaiser - Willie Crockett - Tangier Island Renaissance Man

Mar. 11 - Terry Malarkey - Wright Flyer:  Research, Design, & Testing.

Mar. 18 - College Closed

Mar. 25 - Jesse Wingate - Career Decision-Making Amongst Community College Students in Virginia's Rural Horseshoe.

Apr. 1 - Dave Drummond -   Sir Ernest Shackleton’s Incredible Adventure.

Apr. 8 - John Durmick - The Rise (and Fall?) of China in the 21st Century.

Apr. 15 - Terry Malarkey - On the Home Front;  a London Suburb & WWII

Apr. 22 - Paul Rochmis - How Gout Changed History, and the American Revolution

Apr. 29 - Art Fournier - Human Sexuality 101

May  6 - Larry Breech - Why Compost?

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TBA - Parker Dooley - Evolution of Science Fiction in the 20th Century.

TBA - Bryce VanSterven - Chincoteague:  the Virginia Island that Stood with the Union.

All SciPhi Seminars begin at 9:30 am on Fridays and run until 11:00 am, unless otherwise noted. Seminars are occasionally rescheduled or postponed on short notice. Prospective attendees are encouraged to check this web-site shortly before a scheduled seminar.

 Community College rules require Masking.  Your fellow attendees want you to be fully vaccinated/boosted as well.