Fulton School of Liberal Arts

Fulton Faculty Colloquia

The Fulton School Brown Bag Series, a Fulton lunchtime staple for over a decade, becomes the Fulton Faculty Colloquia beginning this fall.  The most signficant difference between the Brown Bag Series and the FFC will be the meeting time--designated Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m.; that is, not lunchtime--thus, the dropping of "Brown Bag" from the name!  The FCC, however, will still feature the research of Fulton faculty members from across the School, and in so doing will celebrate both the work of the individual faculty member and the disciplinary diversity of the Fulton School of Liberal Arts.  Besides presentations and ensuing conversations on faculty research, there will also be colloquia dedicated to faculty development opportunites, including one related to course enhancements (in-course study abroad experiences lead off the FFC on September 21!) and another on external grant opportunities and the process involved in pursuing them (date TBA).  So please come join your Fulton colleagues for what promise to be thought-provoking and conversation-starting colloquia.  And don't worry--even though we have removed the "Brown Bag" from the title, the Dean's Office will still provide refreshments, in the form of coffee and an array of sweets!  So keep an eye on the present site and emails throughout the year that will announce the details of upcoming colloquia.  In the meantime, should you have any questions, or suggestions, regarding the FFC, please don't hesitate to contact Associate Dean Keith Brower at khbrower@salisbury.edu or 410.543.6442. 

Events in 2010 - 2011

Fall 2010

  • September 21: "Study Abroad as an In-Course Enhancement: Examples, Testimonials and Tips on How to You Can Include a Study Abroad Experience in Your Courses--Presented by Drs. Ross Leasure and Lucy Morrison"
  • October 19
  • November 16
  • December 7
  • December 14

Spring 2011

  • February 15
  • March 1
  • March 15
  • April 19
  • May 3

Events in 2009-2010

  • May 5, 2010, 12:45 PM, TE 156
    "Blood Intimacies and Biodicy: Keeping Faith with Ticks" by James Hatley, Professor of Philosophy.
  • March 31, 2010, Noon
    "Becoming a Public Intellectual: the Case of Samuel Johnson, 1734-1772" by Chris Vilmar, Assistant Professor of English.
  • December 4, 2009

    Fulton Forum on Study Abroad as a Course Enhancement

  • November 4, 2009  Associate Professor of Sociology, Dr. Tim Dunn