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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Lectures

Conference for the Book: Grisham to speak

John Grisham will speak as part of the Oxford Conference for the Book Thursday at 4 p.m. in the Gertrude Ford Performing Arts Center. Grisham is scheduled to talk about “Literary Oxford” and his own life as a writer here in town. He and Barry Hannah were good friends, and Barry did a memorable job moderating an OCB session years ago in Fulton Chapel when Grisham and Stephen King discussed surviving success as writers.

 (March 3, 2010)

Brown Bag Lecture: Lou Haney

The University Museum presents a brown bag lecture by Lou Haney, Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Mississippi, on Thursday, March 4, at noon. The public is invited to attend. The artist will discuss her past and present work, as well as some contemporary artists to consider. The talk will be about the journey “from college to Oxford, with a little New York and L.A. thrown in.” The University Museum is located at the intersection of University Avenue and Fifth Street and is open from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information visit www.olemiss.edu/museum or call (662) 915–7073. For assistance related to a disability call (662) 915-7084. (March 1, 2010)

Lenten Luncheon Series

The Lenten Luncheon Series continues this week at the Oxford-University United Methodist Church. The theme for this year’s series is, “Who has influenced your spiritual life?” The speaker this week will be Rose Flenorl, president of the University of Mississippi Alumni Association and an executive with FedEx. Lunch begins at noon on Wednesdays in the church’s activities center. A light lunch and a nursery will be provided. Located at 424 S. 10th St. (February 28, 2010)

Lenten Luncheon Series

The Lenten Luncheon Series continues this week at the Oxford-University United Methodist Church. The theme for this year’s series is, “Who has influenced your spiritual life?” The speaker this week will be Sue Hale, assistant professor and director of clinical education at Vanderbilt University. Lunch begins at noon on Wednesdays in the church’s activities center. A light lunch and a nursery will be provided. Located at 424 S. 10th St. (February 28, 2010)

Lenten Luncheon Series

The Lenten Luncheon Series continues this week at the Oxford-University United Methodist Church. The theme for this year’s series is, “Who has influenced your spiritual life?” The speaker this week will be Sam Haskell, author and former executive vice president and worldwide head of television for the William Morris Agency. Lunch begins at noon on Wednesdays in the church’s activities center. A light lunch and a nursery will be provided. Located at 424 S. 10th St. (February 28, 2010)

Wellness Naturally

The Sarah Isom Center for Women Spring 2010 Brown Bag Lecture Series presents this program by naturopath Ann Farrell, PhD, as part of the Isom Green Series, Monday at noon in the Faulkner Room in Archives & Special Collections, on the third floor of J.D. Williams Library. With an introduction by Dr. Mary Carruth, director of the Sarah Isom Center for Women. (February 25, 2010)

International Women’s Day Panel

As part of the Sarah Isom Center for Women Spring 2010 Brown Bag Lecture Series, an International Women’s Day Panel in honor of Women’s History Month and CEDAW Day is set for noon Monday in the Faulkner Room in Archives & Special Collections on the third floor of J.D. Williams Library. The panel is moderated by Daphne Ingene with an introduction by Greet Provoost, Office of International Programs. (February 25, 2010)

Lenten Luncheon Series

The Lenten Luncheon Series continues this week at the Oxford-University United Methodist Church. The theme for this year’s series is, “Who has influenced your spiritual life?” The speaker this week will be Dan Jones, chancellor at Ole Miss. Lunch begins at noon on Wednesdays in the church’s activities center. A light lunch and a nursery will be provided. Located at 424 S. 10th St. (February 24, 2010)

Spring Speaker Series

The first lecture of the Croft Spring Speaker Series features Betsy Baker, associate professor and senior fellow for oceans and energy, Institute for Energy and the Environment, at 7 p.m. Monday in the Joseph C. Bancroft Conference Room, Croft 107. Her lecture is titled, “Mapping the Arctic Ocean: ‘Law, geophysics and the politics of cooperation.” Croft lectures are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Brooke Worthy at bworthy@olemiss.edu. (February 24, 2010)

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