Al Clark, wearing a watering can with flowers neck tie, gave students and faculty a quick glimpse into his upcoming book about water, watershed and warming in the President’s Dining Room Monday.
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James Calhoun, director of choral activities, showed how gospel music became the lively music it is today by explaining the evolution of spirituals starting from the 18th century.
Nadine Nakamura, assistant professor of psychology, presented “Examining the Psychological Impact of Immigration on Diverse Immigrant Populations” at noon Monday in the President’s Dining Room as part of the faculty lecture series.
Monday’s faculty lecture featured Justin Saldana’s presentation “Language Immersion: Psychosocial Implications,” based on his sabbatical project of traveling to France to study the language there and compare it to how immigrant students here learn English.
Tiffany Graham, professor of law and associate dean for academic affairs at the University of La Verne College of Law, discussed the 14th Amendment and same-sex marriage Monday as part of the Faculty Lecture Series in the President’s Dining Room.
Reed Gratz, professor of music, informed a room full of students and faculty about the life and style of American song master Cole Porter Monday afternoon in the President’s Dining Room for the faculty lecture series.
Kathleen Lamkin, professor of music, discussed her discoveries made during her sabbatical regarding the duplication of Austrian composer, Joseph Haydn’s music, in Central Europe during the 17th century on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Assistant professors of movement and sports science Sarah Dunn and Megan Granquist discussed their research, “The Effects of Relaxation Training on Stress Indicators in Trained and Untrained Individuals” during Monday’s faculty.
Associate professor of psychology Leticia Arellano-Morales presented her lecture titled “Stress and Quality of Life Among Latino Day Laborers” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Professor of Communications Don Pollock kicked off the faculty lecture series on Feb. 4 with “Fiji and the Media.”