Engaging Science, Innovation and Technology (ESIT) Seminars Announced for Fall 2017

September 08, 2017

Alliance, OH – The Engaging Science, Innovation and Technology (ESIT) series has three presentation scheduled for the fall semester at the University of Mount Union.

Dr. Keith Miller, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, will present on Wednesday, September 13. The topic he will discuss is Tissue Engineering: Stem Cells to Artificial Organs.

Dr. Kristine Turko, professor of psychology, will present on Wednesday, October 4. Her topic of discussion will be Neurodiversity and Autism.

Dr. Andy Bain, director of criminal justice studies, will present the final presentation in the series on Wednesday, November 8. The topic of his presentation will be The Technology of Policing.

All three presentations will take place in Bracy Hall room L04 from 4:15 – 5:15 p.m.

The ESIT seminar series provides faculty members the chance to present on a modern and interesting topic related to science, innovation and technology. The presentations are designed to engage students in the various areas of natural sciences, which can later assist them with their future careers.

These presentations will also count toward the Exceptional Beginnings program for students through the office of First-Year Initiatives.

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