Recorded in the College Center on the Hardin Valley Campus on November 21, 2013. Hosted by Anne Pharr, Assistant Professor of English.
The Faculty Lecture Series hosted a staged reading by Lisa Soland for Veteran’s Day in the Goins Building Auditorium on November 11, 2013.
This lecture was presented on November 6, 2013 by Sue Yamin, associate professor and program coordinator of Composition in the English Department. In her lecture, Yamin discussed the unique art form of fairy tales: how they can be adapted, transformed and rewritten, yet still remain true to the core of their story. She also discussed familiar fairy tales and characters, as well as read a short 20th century fairy tale that might be new to the audience.
Presented by Jerry Bryan, Vice-President of Information Services in the Goins Building Auditorium on November 5, 2013.
Silence Hurts Everyone: A Relationship Violence seminar was held on November 1, 2013 in the Clayton Performing Arts Center. The discussion starts about 8 minutes into recording.
A presentation by Joel Zachry, who wrote “Bears We’ve Met: Short Stories of Close Encounters” with his wife, Kathy.
“In my presentation,” said Zachry, “I’ll speak a bit about ‘A Walk in the Woods’ and compare my experiences hiking the Appalachian Trail to what the book says—from the mistakes they made, and that we made, to the people they met along the way.”
Zachry, who is on the board of directors for Appalachian Bear Rescue, also spoke about ABR and his own experiences meeting bears on hiking trails.
Presented by associate professor Lisa Bogaty in the Goins Building Auditorium on October 3, 2013.
Bogaty, who teaches business administration and e-commerce courses at Pellissippi State, focused on behavioral online tracking—tracking an internet user’s shopping patterns, search queries, online friends, social media behavior, and other information—and how businesses and marketers use that information. Bogaty also touched briefly on government online tracking.
You will need to watch the three videos below in order to view the entire lecture.
This is the video Professor Bogaty showed in her talk: