Basic lessons from Fredonia professors to help us understand today’s news.
The Democracy 101 lecture series consists of informal talks by Fredonia faculty, who provide contexts and explanation about topics in the news, followed by an open discussion.
Lectures take place on Tuesdays in the Garden at Reed, in the back of Reed Library. Times may vary due to faculty teaching schedules.
These discussions are free and open to the public; all are invited to attend. Light refreshments are provided.
Presented by Dr. Ted Lee, Biology
October 24, 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Ted Lee is a professor in the Biology Department and chair of the Health Professions Advising Committee. In the past few years he has visited the Netherlands, Great Britain and Honduras to learn more about their health care systems.
Presented by Dr. Richard Jankowski, Politics and International Affairs
November 7 – time TBD
Presented by Dr. Michael Scialdone, Computer & Information Sciences
November 14, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
If you are a faculty member and would like to present a Democracy 101 lecture, please fill out the topic submission form.
The Democracy 101 Collection is now available in Reed Library, just inside the Library's main entrance. You'll find fiction, nonfiction, and DVDs on a number of topics related to democracy and the Democracy 101 lecture series.
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