Faculty Lecture Series highlights diverse research

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Teri L Skillman-Kashyap, (808) 956-8688
Events & Communications Coordinator, Library Services
Posted: Sep 9, 2010

The Fall 2010 Faculty Lecture Series: Sharing Our Work & Knowledge -- presented by the UH Manoa Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education, Office of Research Relations, & the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa Library – highlights the diversity of faculty research from academic disciplines on the UH Mānoa campus. Each semester faculty are invited to present a 40-minute lecture on their current research in Hamilton Library’s Room 301. This semester will feature the following faculty speakers:
Wednesday, September 15
Michael Shapiro, Political Science, The Moralized Economy in Hard Times
Thursday, October 14
Pat Couvillon, Pacific Biosciences Research Center, Tales from the hive and other stories of animal intelligence
Thursday, November 4
Geno Pawlak, Ocean and Resources Engineering, The Kilo Nalu Observatory – A window into Hawaiʻi’s coastal reef environment
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Paul Rausch, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Subtitle it! Increasing Access to Southeast Asian Cinema Resources
The lecture series began five years ago at the suggestion of Science Librarian Sarah Rutter.  Gary Ostrander, UH Mānoa Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education, has willingly supported the series since its inception. All lectures begin at 3:30 p.m. on the designated date and are free and open to the public. Refreshments are provided.
For more information on the lectures, please email Teri Skillman, Communications Coordinator, at skillman@hawaii.edu.