Lycoming College Calendar of Events – Sept – Nov

Through Oct. 12
Fall Symposium: The Gendered Body – Art exhibit: Photographer Laine Wyatt’s “Obsession/compulsion” installation
Art Gallery, Snowden Library

Sept. 16
Mathematics Colloquium: Dr. Milton Loyer, Statistician for the Penn State Univ. Fruit Research and Extension Center, and Adjunct Prof. of Mathematics at Lycoming College, presents “Plate Expectations: A Dickens of a Problem.”
3:15 p.m., B-306, Academic Center

Sept. 17
Astronomy and Physics Colloquium: Sue Nelson, Asst. Prof., Instructional Services Librarian, and Coordinator of Access Services along with the Astronomy and Physics Dept. faculty members will host “Library Search of the Physics Collection: The Good, The Bad, and the Surprising,” Part II.
4:30 p.m., C-303, Academic Center

Sept. 18
Dr. Richard Hughes, the M.B. Rich Professor of Religion, will discuss his forthcoming book, “Pro-Justice Ethics,”
11:45 a.m., Jane Schultz Rm., Wertz Student Center

Sept. 18
Archaeology Colloquium: Dr. Steven Johnson, Assoc. Prof. of Religion, presents “Goals and Methods in Archaeology and Biblical Studies: A Case Study in Cross-Purposes.”
4 p.m., C-303, Academic Center

Sept. 19-21
Family Weekend

Sept. 19
Music at Lycoming: Family Weekend Concert
7 p.m., Clarke Chapel

Sept. 20
Gamma Delta Sigma’s 18th Annual Brandy Lee Sudol Memorial Auction
10 a.m., East Hall Coffeehouse

Sept. 25
Concerts at Noon: Keystone Saxophone Quartet
Noon, Shangraw Performance Hall of the Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall

Sept. 25
Biology Colloquium: Dr. Michael Morris ’03 will present “The Contribution of Spawning Pacific-salmon to Nitrogen Fertility and Vegetation Nutrition during Riparian Primary Succession on an Expansive Floodplain of a Large River”
Noon, G-11, Barclay Lecture Hall, Heim Bldg.

Sept. 25
Lycoming County Counselors Assoc. (LCCA) College Night
College, university and military representatives will on hand to meet with students and talk about options.
6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Recreation Center

Sept. 25
Dr. Elijah Anderson, the William K. Lanman Jr., Professor of Sociology at Yale University, presents “Revisiting the ‘Code of the Street'”
7:30 p.m., D-001, Academic Center

Sept. 27
Admissions Science Saturday
Contact admissions office, 570-321-4026.

Oct. 2-4, 9, 11 (no performance Oct. 10)
The theatre dept. presents “Angels in America” by Tony Kushner (1993 Pulitzer Prize for drama)
8 p.m., Mary L. Welch Theatre
For ticket information, call the box office at 570-321-4048.

Oct. 3
Opening and Artist’s Reception: Keith Sullivan
6 – 9 p.m., Digital Media Gallery, Communications Bldg.

Oct. 7
Circle K & American Red Cross: Blood Drive
Noon – 6 p.m., Pennington Lounge

Oct. 9
Concerts at Noon: David and Hyun-Ju Curtin, Pianists
Noon, Shangraw Performance Hall of the Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall

Oct. 9
Artist reception and talk: Photographer Laine Wyatt presents “Obsession/compulsion”
4 p.m., Art Gallery, Snowden Library

Oct. 10-12 Homecoming

Oct. 12
Music at Lycoming: Music of South India
4 p.m., Shangraw Performance Hall of the Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall

Oct. 13-15
Fall Symposium: The Gendered Body – Art exhibit: Larry Kirkwood presents “the body image project: beauty as a relative concept”
Pennington Lounge, Academic Center
Oct. 14: Artist reception and talk 7:30 p.m.

Oct. 16-Nov. 21 Art show reception: Michael Yoder Art Gallery, Snowden Library
Oct. 16: Artist reception and talk 4-5:30 p.m.

Oct. 18
Admissions Open House
Contact admissions office, 570-321-4026.

Oct. 20-Nov. 1
Fall Symposium: The Gendered Body – Art exhibit: Gulia Huber presents “Trespassing”
Fine Arts Lobby

Oct. 21
Fall Symposium: The Gendered Body – Joan Jacobs Brumberg presents “The Body Project: An Intimate History of American Girls”
7:30 p.m., Barclay Lecture Hall, G-11, Heim Bldg.

Oct. 23
Concerts at Noon: American Songbook
Noon, Shangraw Performance Hall of the Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall

Oct. 26
Close-Up Concert: Flamenco to Tango
4 pm, Shangraw Performance Hall of the Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall
For ticket information, call the music dept. at 570-321-4016.
Oct. 28
Fall Symposium: The Gendered Body: Gulia Huber multi-media presentation
7:30 p.m., G-11, Barclay Lecture Hall, Heim Bldg.

Nov. 3
Institute for Management Studies (IMS) Visiting Executive: Adam Sieminski, Chief Energy Economist Deutsche Bank/Global Markets presents “Oil Market Outlook: Bubble or Trouble?”
7 p.m., G-11, Barclay Lecture Hall, Heim Bldg.

Nov. 9
Habitat for Humanity 5K Run for Shelter
College Place, Lamade Gymnasium

Nov. 9
Music at Lycoming: Lycoming College Concert Band
4 p.m., Community Arts Center

Nov. 11
Institute for Management Studies (IMS) James W. Harding Executive Speaker: Stephen Harrison ’61, Chairman of Lee Hecht Harrison
7 p.m., G-11, Barclay Lecture Hall, Heim Bldg.

Nov. 14-15, 20-22
The theatre dept. presents “A Fitting Confusion” a French farce, by Georges Feydeau.
8 pm, Mary L. Welch Theatre
For tickets, call the box office at 570-321-4048.

Nov. 15
Admissions Open House
Contact admissions office, 570-321-4026.

Nov. 11
James W. Harding Executive Speaker: Mr. Stephen Harrison ’61, Chairman of Lee Hecht Harrison
7 p.m., G-11, Barclay Lecture Hall, Heim Bldg.

Nov. 14
Music at Lycoming: Fugues, Alleluias and More
8 p.m., Shangraw Performance Hall of the Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall

Nov. 15
Admissions Open House

Dec. 4
Concerts at Noon: Student Recital
Noon, Shangraw Performance Hall of the Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall

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