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College of Human Sciences Celebration Week
January 29 - February 4, 2001

Human Sciences at FSU – 96 Years of Promoting Health and Development of Individuals, Families and Communities

 

Monday, January 29
Kick-off Activites
10:00 am, Werkmeister Humanities Reading Room - Dodd Hall

Keynote panel: “Contributions of the engaged university:  Promoting the positive development of America’s youth and families.”
Featuring keynote speaker Dr. Richard Lerner, Tufts University and 1994-95 Tyner Eminent Scholar.
Response Panel:
            Governor Jeb Bush (invited)
            Chancellor Adam Herbert (invited)
            President Talbot “Sandy” D’Alemberte
Reception


Tuesday, January 30
Student Research Day and Creativity Day - Sandels Building

Research Posters and Oral Presentations
Reception


Wednesday, January 31
CHS Student Convocation
4:00 pm, Ruby Diamond Auditorium
 

            Presentation of Time Capsule
            Class of 2000 gift presentation
            Student Addresses of Essay Contest Winners
            Student/Faculty Reception


Thursday, February 1
Textiles Industry Lecture
9:30-11:30 am - Oglesby Union Rooms 311-315

Alumni Open House – 4:00p.m.-6:00p.m., Sandels Building
            Operating of photographic exhibit by Alto Adams, Jr.
            Viewing of Artwork in Sandels
            Tours of Laboratories
            -Burdines Merchandising
            -Lectra Computer – Aided Design Laboratories
            -Nutrition, Food Science, Execise Science, Motor Skills & Biomechanics Laboratories
            -Gwen Cherry Child Development Center
Reception


 

Friday, February 2
Food Safety Symposium

2:00 pm, Ramada Inn Conference Center

Food Safety Symposium featuring the First Annual Hazel K. Stiebeling Lecture. Keynote speaker, Catherine Woteki, USDA Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food Safety, will be joined by Dr. Michael Doyle, University of Georgia, and Dr. Martha Rhodes-Roberts, Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services –

Natholyn Harris Retirement Dinner
6:00 pm, University Center Club, 5th floor


Note: All event information is subject to change.

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