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/