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Emeritus College offers free colloquia


February 07, 2007

The science of butterfly wings and the psychology of eating are among topics in a series of free colloquia to be offered this winter and spring by the ASU Emeritus College.

The talks, all given by current or emeritus ASU faculty, will take place from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Feb. 21, March 21 and April 18, in the sixth-floor board room at the Fulton Center, located at 300 E. University Drive in Tempe. Parking is available at the Fulton Center garage adjacent to the building.

The schedule is: Feb. 21 – Nathan Morehouse, a School of Life Sciences doctoral student, discusses the science of butterfly wings; March 21 – The psychology of eating will be the topic of Elizabeth D. Capaldi, ASU's provost and a professor of psychology; and April 18 – Professor emeritus of anthropology and forensic anthropologist Charles Merbs will talk about the mystery of the skeleton of Revolutionary War hero Gen. Casimir Pulaski.

For more information about the lectures, or the Emeritus College, call (480) 965-0002.