February 26, 2003
BrainWASH: Complex Issues in Everyday Language
Southampton College Professors Offer Expertise in Afternoon Lecture Series
(631) 287 8313
Fax: (631) 283 4081
BrainWASH, a lecture series presented by the Natural Science Division faculty of Southampton College, will take place at Duke Lecture Hall at Southampton College at 1:15 p.m. on Wednesday afternoons this spring.
The informal talks will allow Southampton College faculty and students to talk about their ongoing research projects.
For further information on the series contact Joe Warren at the College at
(631)287-8390 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The schedule is as follows:
February 26 Arvind Borde "Do We Live on A Donut?"
March 5 Bill Schutt "Moth Mimics Mammal? Maybe!" (note: starts at 1:00 p.m.)
March 12 Joe Warren "Living in the Italian Riviera: Why do krill have it so good ?"
March 26 Sarah Deonarine "Ecology of Aureococcus anophagefferens blooms: Busting the brown tide."
April 2 Larry Liddle "The Coral Bleaching Project in Phuket, Thailand"
April 9 Steve Tettlebach / Howard Reisman "To Dream, Perchance to Dive...The Tropical Marine Biology Experience"
April 16 Gaurav Khanna Title TBA
April 23 Melinda Fowler "Spatial distribution of male New Zealand fur seals during the breeding season"
April 30 Art Goldberg Title TBA