UW-Sheboygan Announces Spring 2014 Speakers’ Series

Public Lectures Open to the Community
By UW-Sheboygan

The University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan and its faculty, instructors and staff invite the Sheboygan community to its annual Speakers’ Series that features UW-S instructors sharing presentations on their research and interest areas.

Topic areas for Spring 2014 will include literature, stem cell research, Shakespeare films and the evolution of Yellowstone’s Old Faithful. All presentations are discussed in an open forum format.

The first presentation for the spring 2014 semester will be held on February 4 at 7 p.m. in the Wombat Room (Room 2114) in the Main Building on the UW-S campus. Assistant Professor of English Dr. Ann Mattis will share a presentation on “From Mary Poppins to The Help, Why Americans Want to Read the Nanny’s Diary.”

All presentations will be held in the Wombat Room (Room 2114) at 7 p.m. Admission is free to the community, faculty, staff and students. Upcoming presentations also will be held on March 4, April 1 and May 6.

For more information on the new Speakers’ Series or UW-Sheboygan, contact Carrie Hoppe, UW-Sheboygan Director of University Relations, at (920) 459-6612 or e-mail carrie.hoppe@uwc.edu.

Spring 2014 Lecture Flyer


Carrie Hoppe
(920) 459-6612