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Thought-provoking fall quarter lecture series on:

The Mind at Work

Join us at noon on Thursdays for stimulating conversational lectures. Topics are presented by LCC faculty and local community leaders. Attendance is open to the public and there is no charge to attend.

 

Fall Quarter 2018: The Mind at Work

October 4: "A Strengths-Based Approach to Autism"

Presented by: Elizabeth West, Longview School District Director of Special Education

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October 11: "How Exercise and the Outdoors Boost Mood and Brain Power"

Presented by: Elena Ross, LCC Health, Fitness and Nutrition Instructor

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October 18: "How Adverse Childhood Experiences Can Throw a Wrench in the Works"

Presented by: Janell Haynes-Hughes, LCC English Instructor

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October 25: "The Teen Brain: Creative, Impulsive, Miraculous, Terrifying and Incomplete"

Presented by: Michael Strayer, LCC Social Science Instructor

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November 1: "The Good Kind of Plastic"

Presented by: Annette Ward, LCC Nursing Instructor

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November 8: "Neurobiology of Addiction"

Presented by: Michele Waltz, LCC Chemical Dependency Instructor

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November 15: "Artificial Intelligence"

Presented by: LCC Computer Science Instructors David Rosi and Don Derkacht, and LCC Business Technology Instructor Mark Gaither

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November 29: Open Discussion

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About Community Conversations

Community Conversations discussion series examines a current topic each quarter during the academic year (Fall, Winter, Spring). Attendance is open to the public. There is no charge to attend. Presenters are LCC faculty and local community and business representatives. Students may receive credit by enrolling in Humanities 106 (Community Conversations).

These recordings are provided to support the instruction of the Lower Columbia College Humanities 106 course.

Join the Conversation!

Examine a current topic each quarter.

Held on Thursdays at 12 noon in the Health & Science Building, Room 101 (Laufman Lecture Hall) unless otherwise noted.

Attendance is open to the public. There is no charge to attend.

Presenters are LCC faculty and local community and business representatives.

Students may receive credit by enrolling in Humanities 106 (Community Conversations).


Contact Community Conversations

  Courtney Shah/Social Science Instructor

   (360) 442-2678
  cshah@lowercolumbia.edu

Need Disability Accommodation?

To arrange accommodation for a disablity call 360.442.2341.

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