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Fulton Colloquium

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Annual Fulton Fall Faculty Colloquia

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Salisbury University’s Charles R. and Martha N. Fulton School of Liberal Arts hosts its annual fall faculty colloquia series 3:30-5 p.m. select Tuesdays beginning September 1.

September 1 - The virtual series begins with “The Rise of Political Ghosts: Counter-Protests of Ultra-Rights in South Korea” with Dr. Taehyun Nam of the Political Science Department. This talk is part of the 2020 One Maryland One Book series on Island of the Sea Women.

October 6 - Humanities Pedagogy with Fulton Remote Teaching Specialists Drs. Adam Woodis (Modern Languages and Intercultural Studies), Yuija Song (Philosophy), Paul Scovell (Communication), Tim Robinson (History) and Lilia Dobos (English)

November 3 – Social Science Pedagogy with Fulton Remote Teaching Specialists Drs. Sarah Surak (Political Science and Environmental Studies), Shane Hall (Environmental Studies), Echo Leaver (Psychology), Brittany Foutz (Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution), Ryan Sporer (Sociology)

November 17 - Closing discussion of the One Maryland One Book The Island of Sea Women hosted by the Salisbury University Fulton School of Liberal Arts

December 1 – Arts Pedagogy with Fulton Remote Teaching Specialists Drs. Aric Snee (Art), Louise Anderson (Music, Theatre and Dance), Jennifer Cox (Communication) and Catherine Jackson (Interdisciplinary Studies)

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