By Kris McBride
THATCHER — Community members and EAC students are invited to attend a science lecture series called “Science for Everyone.” This free, seven-part series will introduce knowledge, stimulate the mind, and arouse curiosity.
The series will take place on the third Tuesday of the month starting at 7 p.m. and will consist of an hour presentation with a 30-minute question and answer session to follow. All lectures will be held at EAC’s Math/Science Building in Room 203. A schedule for the lecture series is as follows:
Sept. 18 “A Dramatic Event in the History of Science” – Hal Herbert – Graham County Historical Society
Oct. 23 “The Chemistry Mole Day Celebration” – Dr. Phil McBride – EAC Dean of Instruction
Nov. 20 “An Introduction to Astrophysics and Cosmology” – John Ratje, Director Emeritus – MGIO at the University of Arizona Steward Observatory
Jan. 15 “Geologic Hazards and Disasters” – David Morris – EAC Earth and Space Sciences
Feb. 19 “Measles Outbreaks and Other Preventable Diseases – Why they Shouldn’t Happen” – Tammy Gillespie – EAC Professor of Anatomy/Physiology
March 19 “Anatomy and Physiology of Desert Fauna” – Aaron Burk – EAC Associate Professor of Biology
April 23 “Genetic Engineering” – Dr. Randy Norton – University of Arizona
For more information about this series, contact Dave Henson at firstname.lastname@example.org.