Spring community classes scheduled

Feb. 1, 2013

Henderson State University’s Ellis College of Arts and Sciences will offer five free classes for the Arkadelphia community this spring.

• On Feb. 14, Dr. Maryjane Dunn, assistant professor of Spanish, will present Following the Stars to Santiago.

• Dr. Wayne McGinnis, professor of English, will lecture on Historical Aspects of the Game of Golf on Feb. 21.

• On Feb. 28, science faculty members Dr. Martin Campbell, Dr. Vince Dunlap, Dr. Tommy Finley and Dr. Allison Harris will discuss the 2012 Nobel Prize winners.

• A class on March 7 will feature Dr. Mary Beth Trubitt discussing an upcoming archeological dig in the Ouachita National Forest.

• On March 14, Dr. David Bateman and Dr. Vince Dunlap will present Antibiotic Resistance: Are You Doing Your Part to Prevent It?

All classes will meet in Reynolds Science Center, Room 127, at 4 p.m.

For more information, please contact Linda Mooney at (870) 230-5320.

Weather Icon
Javascript must be enabled to view the current weather conditions