‘SPIN Sessions’ Set to Showcase NU Faculty Talents

August 18, 2014  |  by Michael Freedman

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    Nanette Harmon, professor of American Sign Language and deaf studies, will offer a 'SPIN Session' discussing how small errors can make a big difference when it comes to sign language.

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    Dr. Mark Gallo, professor of biology, will offer a talk on viruses and the "biological race for survival."

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    Dr. Ed Hutton, commerce professor, is set to present dialogue on how people can invest to create a better world.

Move over TED, Niagara University is putting a new spin on thought-provoking presentations. During New Student Orientation this fall, 10 NU professors will offer SPIN – Students, Professors and Ideas at Niagara – sessions, designed to spark the interest of the incoming class, and demonstrate the variety and depth of... Read on →

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