1:45 PM, January 18, 2019

Starting January 24, Auburn University Libraries will once again present the Discover Auburn Lecture Series spotlighting the research of Auburn faculty. The spring 2019 semester will feature five programs on a variety of topics from political science to neuroscience.

All programs will begin at 3 p.m. in the Caroline Marshall Draughon Auditorium on the first floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library. The public is welcome and a reception with the presenter will follow the lecture portion of the program.

This year’s schedule is:

Thursday, January 24 – Dr. Steven Brown, Professor, Department of Political Science – Alabama Justice:  The Cases and Faces that Changed a Nation

Thursday, February 28 - James Rusty Smith – Associate Director, Rural Studio. Auburn University School of Architecture, Planning, & Landscape Architecture - Communication is Key: Unlocking Home Affordability and Prosperity in Rural America 

Thursday, March 7 – Dr. Mark Liles – Professor, Biological Sciences – Drugs From Dirt - Development and Characterization of Novel Antimicrobial Compounds

Thursday, April 11 – Dr. Geoff Hill – Professor of Biological Sciences - A Mobile Mitochondria Laboratory (AU MitoMobile) to Lead the World in Measuring Bioenergetics in Natural Settings

Thursday, April 25 – Dr. Vishnu Suppiramaniam - Professor, Department of Drug Discovery & Development and Director, Center for Neuroscience Initiative – Establishing a Center of Neuroscience at Auburn


To view previous Discover Auburn lectures, visit: https://www.lib.auburn.edu/discoverauburn/

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