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Carothers Lectures 2021-2022

Monday, October 18, 2021
The Promise and Limits of Technology to Promote Successful Longevity
Dr. Neil Charness, William G. Chase Professor of Psychology, and Director, Institute for Successful Longevity

Monday, November 8, 2021
Fire, Fabric, and Fatality: The Intersection Between Clothing and the Human Body
Dr. Meredith McQuerry, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship

Tuesday, February 15, 2022
Literacy and Justice for All: Cultural Considerations for Diverse Readers
Dr. Lakeisha Johnson, Assistant Professor of Communication Science and Disorders

Monday, April 11, 2022
Moravian Soundscapes: Hearing New Histories of Early America
Dr. Sarah Eyerly, Curtis Mayes Orpheus Professor of Musicology

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Faculty Luncheon Series Spring 2020

The FSU Faculty Luncheon Series features distinguished speakers reflecting on their scholarly research and creative activities at Florida State University. 

Tuesday, January 14
Is Google Making Us Stupid? The Unintended Consequences of Information Technology
Paul Marty, Professor of Information

Tuesday, February 11
A Gender of One, a Sexuality of Many: Hedwig and the Practice of Identity
Aaron Thomas, Assistant Professor of Theatre

Tuesday, March 10
In the Thick of It: Painting My Way through Nature and Academia
Lilian Garcia-Roig, Professor of Art

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2019

The FSU Faculty Luncheon Series features distinguished speakers reflecting on their scholarly research and creative activities at Florida State University. 

Tuesday, September 10
Punishment, More Punishment, and Still More Punishment:
What Has the Era of Punitive Criminal Justice Policy Achieved?
Daniel P. Mears, Mark C. Stafford Professor of Criminology

Tuesday, October 15
More than Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:
Moving Beyond Fixing People to Transforming Systems in Higher Education
Tamara Bertrand Jones, Associate Professor of Higher Education

Tuesday, November 12
Sex, Lies, and Videotape: 
Our Changing Understanding of and Approach to the Evolutionary Process of Sexual Selection
Emily DuVal, Associate Professor of Biological Science

Tuesday, December 10
Secular Transcendence: 
Music and Society in the Writings of Ian McEwan
Iain Quinn, Associate Professor of Organ and Coordinator of Sacred Music

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Faculty Luncheon Series Spring 2019

The FSU Faculty Luncheon Series features distinguished speakers reflecting on their scholarly research and creative activities at Florida State University. 

Tuesday, January 15
Building Student Resilience: FSU's New Online Toolkit
Karen Oehme, Director, Institute for Family Violence Studies, College of Social Work

Tuesday, February 12
Performing History in Times of Crisis: The Reshaping of American Life
Beth Osborne, Associate Professor of Theatre Studies

Tuesday, March 5
Dietary Protein for Muscle Mass and Weight Loss
Michael J. Ormsbee, Associate Professor of Nutrition, Food, and Exercise Sciences; Associate Director, Institute of Sports Sciences & Medicine

Tuesday, April 9
Interior Environment Design: Exploring the Potential to Ease the Homeless Shelter Experience
Jill Pable, Professor of Interior Architecture and Design

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2018

The FSU Faculty Luncheon Series features distinguished speakers reflecting on their scholarly research and creative activities at Florida State University. 

Tuesday, September 11
Community-Integrated Care: Faith Community Worker-led, Skills Building and Support for Caregivers of Older Adults with Dementia
Rob Glueckauf, Professor of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine

Tuesday, October 16
Deep-Sea Coral Communities on Seamounts in the North Pacific: Distributions, Impacts, and Recovery
Amy Baco-Taylor, Associate Professor of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science

Tuesday, November 6
The Parties in our Heads: How our Biased Political Stereotypes Fuel Polarization
Doug Ahler, Assistant Professor of Political Science

Tuesday, December 4
Learning to Hear: How Training Impacts Listening to Difficult Sounds
Erin Ingvalson, Assistant Professor of Communication Science and Disorders

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Faculty Luncheon Series Spring 2018

The Faculty Luncheon Series, established 1981, is Florida State University’s longest running, regularly occurring, interdisciplinary lecture series. Open to the public, this is a unique opportunity to enjoy lunch and learn about the research and creative activities of FSU’s faculty.

The Spring 2018 schedule features the following distinguished speakers reflecting on their research and creative activities at Florida State University:

Tuesday, January 16
The Significance of History in Contemporary Russian Concert Life
Iain Quinn, Assistant Professor of Organ and Coordinator of Sacred Music

Tuesday, February 13
Beyond the Gulag: Creativity and Psychological Care in Siberian Russia
Barbara Parker-Bell, Associate Professor of Art Education and Director of Art Therapy

Tuesday, March 20
Teaching Randomness as a Computational Tool in an Ever-Changing and Chaotic Istanbul
Giray Ökten, Professor of Mathematics

Tuesday, April 17
Local Organizations Responding to Rapid Population Aging in Kerala, India
Rebecca Miles, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2017

The FSU Faculty Luncheon Series features distinguished speakers reflecting on their scholarly research and creative activities at Florida State University. 

Tuesday, September 12
"Doing Our Bit": Older Feminists' Activism in London
Anne Barrett, Professor of Sociology and Director, Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy

Tuesday, October 10
What Does an Atheist Theologian Even Do???
Martin Kavka, Professor of Religion

Tuesday, November 14
"Natural Genius Cultivated in a Suitable Soil": Agatha Christie, Information Scientist
Michelle Kazmer, Professor of Information 

Tuesday, December 12
Breathing Life into T. Rex
Gregory Erickson, Professor of Biological Science

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Faculty Luncheon Series Spring 2017

The FSU Faculty Luncheon Series features distinguished speakers reflecting on their scholarly research and creative activities at Florida State University. 

Tuesday, January 17
Islam Elsewhere: Reflections on West African Hunters, the Dilemmas of Fieldwork, and the Closing of the American Mind
Joseph Hellweg, Associate Professor of Religion

Tuesday, February 14
Variations on a Theme: Women and Morals in the Lost Historians of Ancient Rome
Jessica Clark, Assistant Professor of Classics

Tuesday, March 21
Fanon's Performative Writing Practice: Decolonizing the Body in Contexts of Constraint
Jeannine Murray-Román, Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Linguistics

Tuesday, April 11
Rhythm and Race in the Digital Era
Martin Munro, Professor of Modern Languages and Linguistics

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2016

The FSU Faculty Luncheon Series features distinguished speakers reflecting on their scholarly research and creative activities at Florida State University.

Tuesday, September 13
American Tribes: How Football Explains Our Fractured Politics
Diane Roberts, Professor of English

Tuesday, October 11
Making Sense of the 2016 Election
Carol Weissert, Professor of Political Science

Tuesday, November 15
Why American Christians Feel Empty and Why They Like It That Way
John Corrigan, Professor of Religion

Tuesday, December 13
Stem Cell Therapy: Hope or Hype?
Cathy Levenson, Professor of Biomedical Sciences

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Faculty Luncheon Series Spring 2016

The FSU Faculty Luncheon Series features distinguished speakers reflecting on their scholarly research and creative activities at Florida State University. 

Tuesday, January 12
The Role of Computations in Science and Engineering
Max Gunzburger, Professor of Scientific Computing

Tuesday, February 9
Why We Collect: Objects and the Stories They Tell
Lisa Ryoko Wakamiya, Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Linguistics

Tuesday, March 15
Creating The Emmett Till Trail and Archive: Maps, Memory... and Always Politics
Davis Houck, Professor of Communication

Tuesday, April 19
An Unprecedented Experiment in Military Governance: Counterinsurgency, Narcotics and the Historical Roots of the Mexican Drug War
Alex Aviña, Associate Professor of History

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2015

FSU Writes!

The Fall 2015 FSU Faculty Luncheon Series will highlight the importance of writing as a significant component of scholarship at Florida State University, with distinguished speakers reflecting on their recent publications.

Tuesday, September 15
City of Noise: Sound and Nineteenth-Century Paris
Aimée Boutin, Professor of French

Tuesday, October 13
Gender and the Novel: Writing Italian Modernities
Silvia Valisa, Associate Professor of Italian Studies

Tuesday, November 17
Abortion Politics and the Presidential Election
Deana Rohlinger, Professor of Sociology

Tuesday, December 8
Writing about Risk
Banned: A History of Pesticides and the Science of Toxicology
Fritz Davis, Professor of History

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Faculty Luncheon Series Spring 2015

Science, Technology, and the Humanities at FSU

The Spring 2015 FSU Faculty Luncheon Series will focus on the intersection of science, technology, and the humanities at Florida State University, with distinguished speakers reflecting on the importance of building bridges between science and the humanities in their research.

Tuesday, January 13
SHARDs: Science and Humanities in Archaeological Research Design – Not Just Digging Holes
Daniel Pullen, Professor and Chair, Department of Classics

Tuesday, February 10
Women before Facebook: Social and Literary Networks in the Italian Salons of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Irene Zanini-Cordi, Associate Professor of Italian, Modern Languages and Linguistics

Tuesday, March 17
Reinvigorating Quackery: History, Ethics, and the Corruption of Biomedicine
Joe Gabriel, Associate Professor, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine, College of Medicine

Tuesday, April 14
Circulatory Looking: A New Method for Locating Women's Intellectual Capital in Histories of Rhetoric
Tarez Samra Graban, Assistant Professor of English

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2014

Full STEAM Ahead! STEM and the Arts at FSU

The Fall 2014 FSU Faculty Luncheon Series will focus on the importance of STEAM — STEM and the Arts — at Florida State University, with distinguished speakers reflecting on the connections between art and science in each of their respective programs and research areas:

Tuesday, September 9 
Jayne Standley, Ella Scoble Opperman and Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor of Music Therapy
Music Therapy Applied Clinical Research in Medical Treatment:  A Fusion of STEM and the Arts

Tuesday, October 14 
Greg Boebinger, Professor and Director of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory 
The Aesthetics of Constructing and Deconstructing the MagLab’s Magnets

Tuesday, November 18 
Carla Peterson, Director of the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC)
Regarding a Hyper-curatorial Practice around New Forms in Dance and Performance

Tuesday, December 9 
Rob Duarte, Assistant Professor, Department of Art, and Jonathan Clark, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mechatronics: Collaboration with the Department of Art and the Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Faculty Luncheon Series Spring 2014

The Relevance of FSU Research

The Spring 2014 Faculty Luncheon Series will feature the directors of four prominent research programs discussing different aspects of “The Relevance of FSU Research.” 

Tuesday, January 14 
Felicia C. Coleman, Director, FSU Coastal Marine laboratory
“Rebirth of the FSU Marine Lab: Forecasting the Future of Marine Science at FSU”

Tuesday, February 11 
Barbara R. Foorman, Director, Florida Center for Reading Research at FSU
“Using the Science of Reading to Close the Achievement Gap”

Tuesday, March 25 
Alan G. Marshall, Director, FSU Ion Cyclotron Resonance Program
“Petroleomics: High-Tech Diagnosis and Cures for Petroleum Crude Oil Production and Spill Problems”

Tuesday, April 8 
Terrence Coonan, Director, FSU Center for the Advancement of Human Rights
“Human Trafficking”

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2013

The Persistence of the Book

The Fall 2013 series will feature faculty members speaking about their recently published books, and their thoughts related to the persistence of the book. 

Tuesday, September 10
Francois Dupuigrenet-Desroussilles, Director of the Interdisciplinary History of Text Technologies Program and Professor of Religion, will lead off the series with a talk on the history of text technology.

Tuesday, October 8
Walter Tschinkel, Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor of Biological Science, will discuss his attempts to make diverse scientific topics readable by more than specialists as illustrated by his book on fire ants.

Tuesday, November 12
Robert Olen Butler, Francis Eppes Professor of English and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, will talk about the persistence of books in the digital age.

Tuesday, December 3
Thomas Joiner, Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor of Psychology, will conclude the series with a talk on strategies for writing more.

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Faculty Luncheon Series Spring 2013

Colleagues at the Cutting Edge

The Florida State University Spring 2013 Faculty Luncheon Series, "Colleagues at the Cutting Edge," will feature two administrators discussing the challenges of their recently assumed positions and two professors discussing compelling recent events. "Engaging fresh voices on continuing issues makes the academic world both challenging and exciting," said Bob Spivey of the FSU Foundation, one of the coordinators of this semester's series. "The four speakers scheduled for the Spring Faculty Luncheon Series promise rich and varied fare."

Tuesday, Jan. 15
Michael Ruse, Florida State's Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy and the Director of the Program in History and Philosophy of Science, will discuss "Penn State and Florida State." Biological Science Professor Joseph Travis will introduce Ruse.

Tuesday, Feb. 12
Sally McRorie, who was named Florida State's Vice President for Faculty Development and Advancement in July 2012, will discuss "Faculty Development and Advancement at Florida State." McRorie previously served as Dean of Florida State's College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance. Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Garnett S. Stokes will introduce McRorie.

Tuesday, March 26
Gary K. Ostrander, Vice President for Research, will discuss "Research and Florida State University." Before coming to Florida State in October 2012, Ostrander served as the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education at the University of Hawaii's flagship campus in Honolulu. Psychology Professor James C. Smith will introduce Ostrander.

Tuesday, April 9
Harrison Prosper, a professor in Florida State's Department of Physics, will discuss "Michael Faraday, the Higgs Boson and Florida State." Physics Department Chairman Mark Riley will introduce Prosper.

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2012

The Future of Scholarly Publishing

This fall, Florida State University's annual Faculty Luncheon Series will examine the state of scholarly publishing and the perception that the academic publishing industry is on the verge of major evolution. The scholarly publishing cycle, including the production and dissemination of research, functions in tension with traditional journal publishing, tenure and promotion requirements, and increasing calls for federally funded research to be openly accessible to the public. Faculty at many colleges and universities are debating the worth of new forms of digital scholarship and how that scholarship is disseminated in light of the availability of new technologies. In addition, increased costs associated with library journal subscriptions are causing some universities, including Harvard, to call the current system "financially untenable."

"The current debate abounding throughout academe is driven by strong opinions, some misinformation and legitimate misgivings about new digital methods of publication," said Micah Vandegrift, Florida State's scholarly communications librarian. "Florida State University has joined this conversation by adopting a resolution supporting the principle of open access to scholarly literature, and amending its tenure and promotion guidelines to allow digitally published scholarship to be counted, subject to the same criteria as print journals." The 2012 Fall Faculty Luncheon Series, "The Future of Scholarly Publishing," will define key players and points in the evolution of the system, and present the challenges that the Florida State University community will face in working to stay at the forefront of academic productivity. 

Tuesday, Sept. 11
Associate Dean of Special Collections and Archives Katie McCormick will discuss "The University Library and its Role in Digital Scholarship." Dean of University Libraries Julia Zimmerman will introduce Gore and McCormick.

Tuesday, Oct. 9
English Assistant Professor Paul Fyfe will discuss "The Scholarly Monograph Unbound." English Professor and Chair Eric Walker will introduce Fyfe.

Tuesday, Nov. 6
Art Assistant Professor Owen Mundy will discuss "New Definitions of Research." Vice President for Faculty Development and Advancement Sally McRorie will introduce Mundy.

Tuesday, Dec. 11
Physics Professor and Chair Mark Riley will discuss "The Evolving World of Academic Publishing, the Need for Change and Its Future Impact." Riley's introduction will be made by a colleague who has yet to be determined.

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Faculty Luncheon Series Spring 2012

Why We Still Teach

The topic for this spring's series, "Why We Still Teach," will be discussed by four distinguished and nationally recognized faculty members from Florida State. Amid years of university budget cuts, constant concerns about a faculty "brain drain," and changing ideas about the purpose of higher education, the speakers will talk about why they still love working with students and sharing their knowledge and experiences in the fields they have made their life's work.

Tuesday, January 17
The first Faculty Luncheon Series event of the semester will be feature Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Garnett S. Stokes. Stokes joined Florida State in August. She previously served as dean of the University of Georgia's Franklin College of Arts and Sciences and is widely recognized for her work in industrial and organizational psychology.

Tuesday, February 14
Mark T. Zeigler, a research associate and instructor in the School of Communication and 2008 recipient of FSU's University Distinguished Teaching Award 

Tuesday, March 13
Jill Quadagno, the Mildred and Claude Pepper Eminent Scholar in Social Gerontology and 2011 recipient of the University Distinguished Teaching Award

Tuesday, April 17
Dennis Moore, an associate professor in the Department of English and 1999 recipient of the University Distinguished Teacher Award. Moore was one of the first professors at Florida State to discuss the question of "Why We Teach" and the theory that surrounds it during the Faculty Luncheon Series five years ago. The concluding luncheon of the spring semester will provide him an opportunity to shed light on this continuing topic in academia.

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2011

Unity in Diversity -- An Academic Community Reflects on the Three Cultures: The Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences

The theme of the upcoming fall series was inspired by a 1959 lecture by scholar C.P. Snow that explored the cultural divide between the natural sciences and the humanities, as well as a 2009 book by Harvard psychologist Jerome Kagan, "The Three Cultures: Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and the Humanities in the 21st Century." 

"This semester's theme is designed to promote a greater unity among the sciences and the humanities at Florida State University," said Robert Ross, the organizer and moderator of the Faculty Luncheon Series. "We want to demonstrate how each academic culture may inform, and be informed by, the other two cultures in order to create a more coherent university that will be better able to engage the world's pressing problems and contribute to their solutions."

For more information about this series, please see: http://aboutrobertross.net/florida-state-university-faculty-luncheon-series/the-three-cultures/

Tuesday, September 13
Jay Clayton, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor in the Department of English at Vanderbilt University. Clayton will address "How the Humanities May Inform, And Be Informed By, The Social and Natural Sciences." Professor Clayton has previously received funding from the National Institutes of Health to research how the humanities may be involved in formation of national science policy.

Tuesday, October 4
Elaine Howard Ecklund, assistant professor of sociology at Rice University, will discuss "How the Social Sciences May Inform, And Be Informed By, The Humanities and Natural Sciences." Ecklund's focus of study involves how individuals develop cognitive schema — ways of interpreting the world that are at odds with the institutions that constrain them. She will also deliver a lecture to the FSU Department of Sociology on Oct. 3 on "Women in Science." Ecklund's book "Science vs. Religion: What Scientists Really Think," which is also the title of a lecture to the Department of Religion on Oct. 4, was published by Oxford University Press in May 2010.

Tuesday, November 8
Neal Lane, senior fellow in science and technology policy at the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, the Malcolm Gillis University Professor, and a faculty member in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, all at Rice University, will discuss "How the Natural Sciences May Inform, And Be Informed By, The Humanities and Social Sciences." Lane served as an assistant to President Bill Clinton for science and technology and as director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy from August 1998 to January 2001. He also served as the director of the National Science Foundation and as a member (ex officio) of the National Science Board from October 1993 to August 1998.

Tuesday, December 6
The Faculty Luncheon series will host a panel discussion on the three culture theme. The panel will involve esteemed faculty members from across Florida State University, including Assistant Professor Joseph Gabriel of the Department of Medical Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Medicine; Professor Pamela Keel of the Department of Psychology; Associate Professor Meegan Kennedy of the Department of English; and Professor Thomas Miller of the Department of Biological Science. The panel will discuss "Implementing a Three-Culture Dialogue at Florida State University."

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Faculty Luncheon Series Spring 2011

Pathways of Excellence

Tuesday, January 11
“Purging Disorder: Evidence for a ‘New’ Eating Disorder” by Professor PAMELA KEEL, Department of Psychology, a participant in the "Psychology and Neurobiology of Dysregulated Behavior" cluster

Tuesday, February 8
“‘See me, feel me, touch me’: Who Says Digital Technology is a Good Thing?” by Professor ELAINE TREHARNE, Department of English, a participant in the "History of Text Technologies" cluster

Tuesday, March 15
“Nanotechnology as a Route Towards Synthetic Biology” by Professor STEVE LENHERT, Assistant Professor of Biological Science, a participant in the "Integrative NanoScience Institute" cluster

Tuesday, April 12
“Team Play and Strategic Thought” by Professor David J. Cooper, Brim Eminent Scholar in Economics, a part of the "Experimental Social Science" cluster

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2010

The Future of Florida and Florida State University

Tuesday, September 21
Jeff Chanton and Ian MacDonald, professors of oceanography, will present "Energy, Oil, Emissions and the Future of Florida," and discuss the oil-spill catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico and the environmental implications of the disaster both in the immediate coastal region and around the state.

Tuesday, October 12
Jim Zingale, former director of the Florida Department of Revenue, will present "Financing Florida's Universities," concerning the economic climate of the state, and focused on funding options for the state's public universities. 

Tuesday, November 9
Buddy MacKay, former Florida Lieutenant Governor, member of Congress and State Legislator, will present "Reflecting on Florida's Elections: Past, Present and Future", and discuss a wide range of topics ranging from the future of the Gulf to the politics of Florida. 

Tuesday, December 14
FSU President Eric J. Barron, will speak on the current state of the University and plans for its future.

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2008 - Spring 2009

Unity in Diversity: An Academic Community Reflects on Environmental Ethics

An anthology of the papers presented at this series is available online here: http://aboutrobertross.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/2008-09-Series-on-Environmental-Ethics.pdf

September 16
A Perspective from History
Frederick R. Davis, Assistant Professor of History

October 14
Scientific Warnings
Jeffrey Chanton, Professor of Oceanography

November 18
Buying into Conservation: Intrinsic vs. Instrumental Value
James Justus, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

December 9
Sacred Dimensions
Pam McVety, Biologist-Florida Department of Environmental Protection (Retired)
Stewardship of Creation Enabler-Florida Presbytery

January 13
Environmental Justice
J. B. Ruhl, Professor-College of Law

February 10
Changing Behaviors
Paul S. Deitchman, Clinical Psychologist

March 17
A Place for Profit
R. Mark Isaac, Professor of Economics

Special luncheon guest: Amanda Woods, FSU Political Science major and recipient of one of three $10,000 awards nationally from the Presidential Forum on Renewable Energy for her essay on a renewable energy plan for America 

April 14
A Sense of Beauty
Anne Stagg, Assistant in Art
BFA Director and Foundations Faculty

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2007 - Spring 2008

The Constant Challenges of Academic Freedom

September 11
Larry Abele, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs

October 9
Steve Gey, Professor, College of Law

November 13 
Fred Standley, Professor Emeritus of English

December 11
Discussion of Academic Freedom
Dennis Moore, Moderator, Associate Professor of English

January 15
Wayne Wiegand, Professor, College of Information, and Shirley Wiegand, Professor Emerita of Law, Marquette University

February 12
Jayne Standley, Faculty Senate President, Professor, College of Music 

March 4
Caryn Beck-Dudley, Dean and Professor, College of Business 

April 8
Julia Zimmerman, University Librarian

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2006 - Spring 2007

Distinguished Teaching Awardees

September 12
Dr. Pamela “Sissi” Carroll, Dwight L Burton Professor of English Education; Chair, Department of Middle & Secondary Education; FSU Distinguished Teaching Award, 2006

October 10
Dr. James P Jones, Professor of History; FSU Distinguished Teaching Award, 1991

November 14 
Dr. Eric C. Walker, Associate Professor of English; FSU Distinguished Teaching Award, 1996

December 12
Dr. Charles Ouimet, Professor & Faculty Scholar in Neuroscience, College of Medicine; FSU Distinguished Teaching Award, 2005

January 9
Dr. Leo Sandon, Professor Emeritus of Religion; FSU Distinguished Teaching Award, 1991

February 13
Ms. Karen Everage, Associate in Mathematics; FSU Distinguished Teaching Award, 2004

March 13
Dr. John Fenstermaker, Fred L. Standley Professor of English; Director, Program in American & Florida Studies; FSU Distinguished Teaching Award, 2001

April 10
Dr. Kenneth A. Goldsby, Associate Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry; FSU Distinguished Teaching Award, 1998

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2005 - Spring 2006

Lawton Distinguished Professors

September 20
James C. Smith, Professor Emeritus, Program in Neuroscience, Department of Psychology, Lawton Professor, 1992

October 18
Jayne Standley, Professor, College of Music, Lawton Professor, 2005

November 8
Joseph Travis, Professor, Biological Sciences, Acting Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Lawton Professor, 1996

December 13
David Kirby, Professor, English, Lawton Professor, 2003

January 10
Kirby Kemper, Professor, Physics, Vice President for Research, Lawton Professor, 2002

February 14
Janet Burroway, Professor Emeritus, English, Lawton Professor, 1995

March 14
Nancy Marcus, Professor, Oceanography, Dean of the Graduate School, Lawton Professor, 2001

April 11
Clifford Madsen, Professor, Music, Lawton Professor, 1988

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Faculty Luncheon Series Spring 2005

Eppes Distinguished Professors

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2004

Florida State University in Transition
September 14
Larry Abele, FSU Provost

October 19
Ellen Paffee Zwilich, Music

November 9
Philip N. Froelich, Jr., Oceanography

December 7
John P. Scholz, Political Science

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2003 - Spring 2004

FSU in Transition

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2002 - Spring 2003

Frank Rhodes' The Creation of the Future

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Faculty Luncheon Series Fall 2001 - Spring 2002

Improving the Culture of Learning at FSU

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