Walters State Community College announces the Learning in the Lyceum schedule for spring 2013. Learning at the Lyceum takes place every Wednesday beginning at 12:40 p.m.
Sessions are in the International Lyceum on the Morristown campus. Sessions are video-streamed to room 210 of Maples-Marshall Hall on the Sevier County Campus; room 209 on the Greeneville/Greene County Campus; and room 080 on the Claiborne County Campus. The sessions are open to everyone at no cost.
•Feb. 20 – Presidential Trivia with Dr. Timothy Holder
•Feb. 27 – A World of Art: The Metropolitan Museum of Art (documentary
•March 20 – Todd Green, multi-instrumentalist
•March 27 – Experiences of an U.S. Olympic Committee Member with Dr. Alpha Alexander
•April 3 – The Cuban Missle Crisis with Dr. Darrel McGhee
•April 10 – Kelle Jolly and the Will Boyd Project (live jazz musicians)
•Campus Safety & Preventing Sexual Assault – CEASE
•Political and Geographic Insights into the Middle East with Mike Pinner.
Learning at the Lyceum is a Global Connections production. Global Connections is a student-initiated program designed to give Walters State students more international experience and cultural knowledge.
Specific events are subject to change. To confirm an event, contact Eileen Bowers, international learning specialist, at (423) 318-2347.