CHSS Dean's Lecture Series brings faculty expertise to City Hall venue
The Dean’s Lecture Series takes faculty expertise and knowledge from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences into the community in an ongoing effort to foster closer connections, share intriguing and timely information, and inspire conversation.
The 2014-15 series, open to the public and free in Bellingham's City Hall council chambers, included:
- “Concussion in the Young Athlete: Considerations for Safe Return-to-Play and Return-to-Learn,” by Michael Fraas of WWU's Communications Sciences and Disorders Department. (Click here to see the video.)
- “Pledging Allegiance, the Ku Klux Klan, and Religious Freedom in Bellingham in the 1920s,” by Kevin Leonard, professor of History.
- “Born to Run? Biomechanical Factors of Running Injuries,” by Jun San Juan, assistant professor of Kinesiology. (Click here to see the video.)