Cazenovia, N.Y. (August 29, 2013)
— Cazenovia College will begin the 10th season of its Great Minds, Great Ideas Lecture Series
on Tuesday, Sept. 10 at The Manlius Library, when Dr. Barbara Hager, professor of biology and program director of the Biology and Environmental Biology programs at Cazenovia College, offers a brief survey of the history of vaccine development and application.
“Salk’s Legacy: What’s Poe Got to Do With it?”
presented by Dr. Barbara Hager, professor of biology and program director of Biology and Environmental Biology programs
The Manlius Library,
1 Arkie Albanese Avenue
Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013 at 7 p.m.
Who was Jonas Salk? What is his legacy to the world? Whose shoulders did he rest upon? Why is an entomologist/behavioral ecologist talking about this subject? And just what DOES Edgar Allen Poe have to do with all of this? Dr. Barbara Hager, program director of the Biology and Environmental Biology programs at Cazenovia College, discusses the answers to these questions and more in a brief survey of the history of vaccine development and application.
Dr. Hager is broadly educated in biology and brings to Cazenovia College many years of experience in field research and instruction. Courses she teaches include general biology, genetics, zoology and animal behavior. Her favorite fields of study are behavioral ecology and entomology, with a special interest in dragonflies and solitary wasps and bees.
The 2013-14 Great Minds, Great Ideas Lecture Series, which presents two lectures in the fall – September and October – and two lectures in the spring – March and April – features noted Cazenovia College faculty members, stepping off campus and going out into the Cazenovia and Manlius communities. Each presenter will discuss the lives and work of important thinkers who opened doors of opportunity for the human spirit.
The 2013-2014 Lecture Series is sponsored by Doris Eversfield Webster, Cazenovia resident and Cazenovia College alumna from the class of 1946. For more information on the schedule or about each lecture held in Cazenovia and Manlius, visit www.cazenovia.edu/greatminds
. You may also contact Dr. John Livermore, assistant professor, mathematics at Cazenovia College and project director of the Great Minds, Great Ideas Faculty Library Lecture Series at 315-655-7232.
Cazenovia College, founded in 1824, is an independent, co-educational, baccalaureate college near Syracuse, N.Y., offering a comprehensive liberal arts education in an exceptional community environment, with academic and co-curricular programs devoted to developing leaders in their professional fields. Cazenovia, named one of "America’s Best Colleges" by U.S. News & World Report, is also a national College of Distinction. For more information, visit www.cazenovia.edu.