Dr. Jessica Gordon-Roth, visiting assistant professor of philosophy at Washington and Lee University, will speak on "Can Locke respond to Reid's brave officer?"
Dr. David Oliver, former professor at MIT, is the author of The Shaggy Steed of Physics: Mathematical Beauty in the Physical World and Sacred Attraction: Meditations on God and Science.
He will speak on "The free spirit in the machine: Constraint and freedom in the biology of human action."
Children's author Julia Cook will present: "In order to teach a child, you must enter their view of the world."
Book signing will follow lecture.
Jay Erskine Leutze, author of Stand Up That Mountain, will talk about the grassroots activism that saved North Carolina's Belview Mountain from mining.
Sponsored by Sustain LC and the Environmental Science Department.
Book signing to follow lecture.
Join us for a financial aid workshop to learn more about the value of investing in your future at LC!
During this workshop you will:
Indoor track and field meet for colleges, junior colleges, and unattached athletes.
For more information, contact Doug Thomasey at 434.544.8066.