Science
and
Philosophy
Seminar

Next Up:  March 31st - Hubble Space Telescope.- John Campbell will present his personal views of this long-lived (over 20 years) scientific satellite. Dr. Campbell has recently retired from a long career in the aerospace industry, including 22 years with NASA.

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Mar.17 - Al McKegg - Song in the Civil Rights Movement

Mar. 24 - Catherine Kehrig - Akhenaten:  Ancient Egypt's Monotheistic Pharoah

Mar. 31 - John Campbell - The Hubble Space Telescope:  A Personal View

Apr.  7 - Ellie Cackowski - Memories & Memorabilia of Nazi Germany

Apr. 14 - Carole Boggemann Peirson - Evolution of an Artist; from Copier to Storyteller

Apr. 21 - Rochester / Malarkey / Haney - Le Concorde SST

Apr. 28 - Barbara Duer - Fisheries Management

May 5  - Jack Cranford - U-boats off the Virginia / Carolina Coast

May 12 - No Program (ESCC Graduation)

May 19 - Doug Arvidson - Speech-Language Pathology:  Diagnosis and Remediation

Note:        All SciPhi Seminars start at 12:30 pm on Fridays, , and run until 2:00 pm, 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.