Dr. Michael Dichio and Animas Hall are dedicated to the idea that substantive, informal engagement with faculty and distinguished visitors to campus can be mind opening, horizon broadening, and character deepening. The format is informal, and the topics are as varied and stimulating as the extraordinary lives and minds of those who come to chat with you about the things they care most about. Come join us and learn how to build a meaningful life.
September 14: “By Students, For Students: A Short Film Series”
Stacey Sotosky - Assistant Professor of Journalism & Multimedia Studies
September 28: "Polarized Politics: How Our Morals Make us Feel Right About Wronging One Another"
Paul DeBell - Assistant Professor of Political Science
October 12: "Sport's Glass Ceiling from the Field to the Front Office"
Emily Houghton - Assistant Professor of Exercise Science
January 18: "Is There Really Laughing Gas in Space?...And Other Astrochemical Queries"
Callie Cole - Assistant Professor of Chemistry
February 1: "How to Consent to Sex"
Justin McBrayer - Associate Professor of Philosophy
February 15: "The Spirit of Adventure"
Lee Frazer - Associate Professor of Adventure Education
Where: All talks take place Thursdays at 7:30PM - 8:30PM in Animas Hall classroom.
Drinks, coffee, sweets, and snacks provided.