Emeritus College offers free colloquia

<p>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.</p><separator></separator><p>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.</p><separator></separator><p>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&#39;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.</p><separator></separator><p>For more information about the lectures, or the Emeritus College, call (480) 965-0002.</p>