Speakers Archive 2019

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11/22/19
Kevin P. Tully, Public Defender for Mecklenburg County
Crime and the Courts – Beyond the Headlines

11/8/19
Major General Kate Leahy, Commanding General, 108th Training Command (IET), Charlotte
The Role Of The United States Army Reserve In The Community

11/1/19
Joseph B. Kuhns III, Ph.D., Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, UNCC
Homicide Trends and Challenges in Charlotte

10/25/19
Joan Higginbotham, Electrical Engineer, NASA Astronaut (retired), Motivational Speaker
NASA Astronaut (retired)

10/18/19
Dr. Harry I Chernotsky, Professor of Political Science & International Studies at UNCC
Great Decisions Topic: “Middle East: Regional Disorder”

10/11/19
Aaron Mitchell Houck, J.D., Ph.D. College of Arts and Sciences, Queens University of Charlotte
Making Predictions About Politics: A Cure for Polarization?

10/4/19
Cheryl Russo, MD Cardiologist, Sanger Heart and Vascular Institute, Atrium Health Sanger Heart and Vascular Institute
Cardiovascular Care: The Essentials And The Extraordinary

9/27/19
Jacob Wobig, Ph.D., J.D., Associate Professor Political Science and Public Administration Department, Wingate University
Great Decisions Topic: Nuclear Negotiations Back to the Future

9/20/19
David Goldfield, Ph.D., Robert Lee Bailey Professor of History UNC Charlotte
The Gifted Generation: When Government Was Good

9/13/19
Tommy Tomlinson, WFAE – FM, ESPN, Charlotte Observer
How the book came to be: A discussion of “The Elephant in the Room”

5/31/19
Mark Peres, JD, Professor of Leadership Studies Johnson & Wales University
Charlotte, Citizenship and What Matters Most

5/24/19
Beth Elise Whitaker, Ph.D,Associate Professor Political Science and Public Administration UNC Charlotte
Refugees and Global Migration

5/17/19
Allan Di Donato, Instructor of Humanities and Philosophy at CPCC
The Organon, Logic the Foundation of Rational Discourse

5/10/19
Jack Scheff Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Geography & Earth Sciences at UNC Charlotte
Global climate change:the broad scientific story

5/3/19
MR. Frank Dominguez, General Manager and Content Director, WDAV, Davidson
WDAV at 40: Still Classical After All These Years

4/19/19
Susan Evans MD, Atrium Health, Chief Surgical Critical Care Division of Acute Care Surgery Vice Chair – Research, Dept. of Surgery, Carolinas Medical
Critical Care Decision-making: It’s Not Just Clinical

4/12/19
Margaret Commins Ph.D., Associate Professor, Political Science & Sociology Queens University
The United States and Mexico: Partnership tested

4/5/19
Rabbi Judith Schindler, Associate Professor Philosophy & Religion Department, Queens University
Antisemitism: Then & Now

3/29/19
Dr Loren Fauchier, Director of Global Education Providence Day School & Vice President Global Education Benchmark Group
China & U.S: Two Competing Models Of Economic Development

3/22/19
Mr. Rodney Malone, President and CEO, Charlotte Observer
State of The Charlotte Observer: How has The Charlotte Observer managed through the digital transformation of the media industry

3/15/19
Dr. Tony Zeiss, Executive Director, Museum of the Bible, Washington DC
Museum of the Bible in Washington DC

3/8/19
Dr. Philip Dubois, Chancellor, UNC Charlotte
Ten Things to Watch at UNC Charlotte

3/1/19
Dr. Magdalena Krajewska, Associate Professor, History and Political Science, Wingate University
Documenting Americans: A Political History of National ID Card

2/22/19
Dr. Clarence D. Ambrister, President Johnson C. Smith University
Standing at the Pinnacle, Lighting the Way

2/15/19
Mr. Bobbie Canvar, North Carolina teacher of the year – 2017
Lessons Learned from 1 year as Teacher of the year

2/8/19
Dr. Justin Conrad, Department of Political Science & Public Administration, UNC Charlotte
U.S. Global Engagement in the 21st century

2/1/19
Scott Allen Jarrett, “Bach Akademie Charlotte – Cantata Series”
Bach Akademie Charlotte

1/25/19
Alexa Royden, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Political Science & Sociology Department,Queens University
Refugees and Global Migration

1/18/19
Lynn Ivey, CEO and Founder, The Ivey Memory Wellness Day Center
My 6 Steps From Hopeless to Empowered Along My Parents’ Dementia Journey

 

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