Ryan Donaldson ’15

Major: Medical Technology
Hometown:North Canton, Ohio

When I graduated from high school, I knew I wanted to pursue a career in the medical field. I was interested in becoming a medical technologist, and heard that Mount Union had an outstanding medical technology program.

The Faculty Lecture

2013 Faculty Lecture

ALLIANCE, Ohio — Dr. Michelle Collins-Sibley, professor of English, chair of the Department of Interdisciplinary and Liberal Studies, director of the Integrative Core and director of Africana Studies at the University of Mount Union, will present the Faculty Lecture at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 23 in Tolerton and Hood Hall, Room 100. The title of her lecture is Still Ruined by Reading: Paper, Pixels and Ink in a Digital Age.

- See more at: http://www.mountunion.edu/michelle-collins-sibley-to-present-faculty-lecture#sthash.e4ka9rst.dpuf

ALLIANCE, Ohio — Dr. Michelle Collins-Sibley, professor of English, chair of the Department of Interdisciplinary and Liberal Studies, director of the Integrative Core and director of Africana Studies at the University of Mount Union, will present the Faculty Lecture at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 23 in Tolerton and Hood Hall, Room 100. The title of her lecture is Still Ruined by Reading: Paper, Pixels and Ink in a Digital Age.

- See more at: http://www.mountunion.edu/michelle-collins-sibley-to-present-faculty-lecture#sthash.e4ka9rst.dpuf

Dr. Michelle Collins-Sibley, professor of English, chair of the Department of Interdisciplinary and Liberal Studies, director of the Integrative Core and director of Africana Studies at the University of Mount Union, will present the Faculty Lecture at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 23 in Tolerton and Hood Hall, Room 100. The title of her lecture is Still Ruined by Reading: Paper, Pixels and Ink in a Digital Age. Read more.

About the Faculty Lecture

Each year a member of the Mount Union faculty is selected to give a special lecture relating interesting or important developments in his or her own field or exploring matters of general concern to the faculty.

The Faculty Lecture is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Office of Marketing at (330) 823-6063.

 

Past Faculty Lecturers

1959   

John E. Saffell -- "An Historian Looks at His World"

1960

William Glenn Clark -- "A Layman's Guide to Modern Science"

1961

Jerry Lee Blount -- "A Biologist's View of the Future"

1962

Paul H. Chapman -- "Don't Forget to Speak Scornfully of the Victorian Age"

1963

R. H. Sales -- "The Second Century Church: On Doubt, Conflict, and Endurance"

1965

James P. Rodman -- "Observational Tests of Applied Cosmologies"

1967

George L. Montagno -- "Untouchability in Contemporary India"

1969

William Porter, Jr. -- "Window on a Little Known World"

1971

George H. Thomas -- "Berkeley's Astonishing Doctrine"

1972

Earl Russell -- "Literature and Music"

1973

Truman D. Turnquist -- "Heavy Metals: Friend or Foe"

1974

James E. Vincent -- "On Actors and Audiences"

1975

Wesley J. Vesey -- "Religious Elements in the Testimonies of the Nuremberg Trial Defendants"

1976

Richard L. Doyle -- "In Pursuit of a Promise: The Economic Mobility of the Dutch Immigrants of Pella, Iowa, 1847-1880"

1977

William Glenn Clark -- "Euclid is Not Alone"

1978

Robert G. Wiese -- "Continents, Ocean Basins, and Mountains"

1979

Mary Ellen Nurmi -- "Asymmetrically Speaking: The Language of Dominance and Deference"

1980

Paul Shaker -- "The College and Consciousness"

1981

Shea Zellweger -- "The World Itself is Just Another World"

1982

Frederick Oppermann -- "The Teaching Machine: Part I"

1983

Charles H. Brueske -- "After the Seventh Day"

1984

George Tune -- "The Death of a Dream"

1985

Helen Saffell -- "The State of Our Language"

1986

Lewis A. Phelps -- "Symbolism in the Music of J. S. Bach"

1987

Faye Hollaway -- "The Polymer Age"

1988

Leonard G. Epp -- "Unweaving a Rainbow"

1989

Gloria Malone -- "Expanding the Canon -- With a Bang or a Whimper"

1990

James Hopper -- "The Objective Image: An Artist?s Research"

1991

Richard Dutson -- "A Bonfire of the Vanities"

1992

Donald Buckey -- "The Real of Self-Realization"

1993

John Bienz -- "Metaphor Wars"

1994

William Coleman -- "Dreaming America: The Rhetoric of Martin Luther King, Jr."

1995

Michael Zwilling -- "What About Scarecrow's Brain"

1996

Victoria Harris -- "Piano & Organ Music of Franz Liszt"

1997

Kathleen Piker-King -- "The Undergraduate Experience"

1998

Charles McClaugherty -- "Beauty and the Beast - Fairy Tales About Nature"

1999

Donald Hobson -- "The Search for the Historical Jesus and Future Christian Belief"

2000

Douglas Hendel -- "Every Inch a King: Playing Shakespeare's King Lear"

2001

Angela Zumbar -- "Prayers for the Queen of Swords"

2002

Stephen Kramer -- "Getting a Life ? Pursuing Happiness and Optimal Development"

2003

Dr. Martin Horning -- "The Butterfly, the Wheel, and the Buddha: Confessions of a Macro Economist"

2004

James Thoma -- "International Sport Diffusion: The New Reality"

2005

James Perone -- "When Protest Became Pop: The Strange Case of Eve of Destruction"

2006

Lee Gray -- "The Natural History of Mars"

2007

Jamie Capuzza -- "Confinement and Discrimination Indian Women Face"

2007

John Recchiuti -- "Scholarship and Public Life in Progressive-Era New York City: The Activist Scholar in Historical Perspective.”

2008 Lin Wu -- "“Little Creatures with Big Ecological Roles: A Microscopic View of Aquatic Ecosystems.”
 
2010 Dr. Scott Gravlee - “Biomedical Ethics at the Crossroads: New Directions and Connections”
 
2012 Dr. Patricia Matthews -"Derivatives: Friend or Foe?"
 
2012 Dr. Tamara Daily - "The Other CSI Effect"
 
2013 Dr. Michelle Collins-Sibley - Still Ruined by Reading: Paper, Pixels and Ink in a Digital Age
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