Interdisciplinary Lecture Series
The Fulton School of Liberal Arts supports this weekly series, featuring expert faculty from across the University who connect their disciplinary perspectives to a broader topic. Although the lectures connect with each other throughout the semester, each Monday’s presentation and discussion stands on its own, and no prior attendance is required. Members of both the campus and the community are welcome to attend. The lectures are also available as a one-credit pass/fail course with no prerequisites (as IDIS 205).
Enroll in IDIS 205 Changing Climate/Changing World: The Future of Food for 1 credit.
- Meets Mondays 7-8:30 p.m. in Conway 153.
- Led by Dr. Michael Lewis, Professor of Environmental Studies.
- This is an interdisciplinary course, which means this class has a different guest lecturer each week offering a unique perspective on how we might think about the future of agriculture and food, given our changing climate and changing world. This intellectual feast is for students interested in any college major and lets you meet faculty from several majors at SU.
- For registered students, the course is pass/fail to encourage academic exploration.
- Lectures are free and open to the public.
How to Enroll
Click the appropriate link below to begin enrollment:
- Enrolling for SU Community Members (with SU Login)
- Enrolling for Non-SU Community Members (without SU Login)
For more information, contact: FultonSustainability@salisbury.edu