Lecture

YSU Alumni and Events Lecture Series: An Archimedean Estimation to Hydrology Time Calculations

YSU Alumni and Events Lecture Series presents An Archimedean Estimation to Hydrology Time Calculations, featuring Ken Nagy, a 1979 graduate of Youngstown State University, on Thursday, June 11, at noon.  This program evaluates methods in hydrology used to estimate the time it takes storm water to runoff in various watershed characteristics. This will be of particular interest to engineers, and engineering students. The lecture is available on the Youngstown State Alumni Engagement Facebook page, @ysualumni.

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YSU Alumni and Events Lecture Series: Enjoy Yourself. It's Later than You Think!

YSU Alumni and Events Lecture Series presents Enjoy Yourself. It's Later than You Think!, featuring Dr. Phillip M. Randall, a 1968 graduate of Youngstown State University. Dr. Randall will discuss whole-person planning through a model that encompasses work, health, money, living arrangements and leisure time in a conversation about pre- and post-retirement..  This lecture takes place on Thursday, June 4 at noon, and is available on the Youngstown State Alumni Engagement Facebook page, @ysualumni. 

 

YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium: Keep Looking Up 6: Exo-Planets, A Virtual Planetarium Show

The YSU Ward Beecher Planetarium crew is back with another live virtual planetarium show, Keep Looking Up 6: Exo-PlanetsSaturday, May 16 at 8 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page. Thirty years ago, we knew of no planets around other stars. Today, we know of thousands, and the number increases every month! This week brings a look at this new phenomena in astronomy called exo-planets. Special guest Dr. Patrick Durrell will talk about how we will find them in the near future. Live on Facebook, this Saturday at 8 pm, on the Planetarium's Facebook page.

YSU Alumni Lecture Series Presentation: Non-Profit Leadership Do's and Don'ts

YSU Alumni and Events Lecture Series presents Non-Profit Leadership Do's and Don'ts, featuring Karen Conklin, of Conklin Consulting LLC. Conklin will utilize her decades of non-profit executive experience in fund development, volunteer engagement and administration to help participants develop an understanding of, and pathway to, serving on non-profit boards.  This lecture takes place on Thursday, May 14, at 7 pm, and is available on the Youngstown State Alumni Engagement Facebook page, @ysualumni. 

YSU Alumni Lecture Series Presentation: Refugees: Myths and Realities

YSU Alumni and Events Lecture Series presents Refugees: Myths and Realities, featuring Nicole Pettitt, Assistant Professor of English at YSU. Dr. Pettitt will explain what separates a refugee from an immigrant, and how to make sense of conversations about refugees in our community, state, and country.  This lecture takes place on Thursday, May 21 at 7 pm, and is available on the Youngstown State Alumni Engagement Facebook page, @ysualumni. 

YSU Alumni and Events: Alumni Lecture Series Presentation: Remote Work and Evolving Trends

 YSU Alumni and Events Lecture Series presents Remote Work and Evolving Trends, featuring Carla Mattiussi (matt ee OO see), Career Development Coordinator with the Office of Career & Academic Advising  at Youngstown State University. Carla will provide a guide to looking for remote work, working remotely, and employer trends in telecommuting. This lecture takes place on Thursday, April 30, at 7 pm, and is available on the Youngstown State Alumni Engagement Facebook page, @ysualumni. 

City Club of the Mahoning Valley

The City Club of the Mahoning Valley Views and Brews presents a panel discussion on the 2020 Censuson Monday, March 9, at 7:00 pm, at Suzie's Dogs and Drafts, in downtown Youngstown.  There are many questions one could ask in relation to the census, and the panel will try to answer them all. That's Monday, March 9, at 7:00 pm, at Suzie's Dogs and Drafts, in downtown Youngstown. 

YSU Center for Judaic and Holocaust Studies: Film Screening and Discussion: 93Queen

The YSU Center for Judaic and Holocaust Studies presents a Film Screening and Discussion on 93Queen, the story of how Hasidic women founded the first all-female volunteer ambulance corps in NYC.  The program takes place on Wednesday, March 4 at 6:00 pm, in the “Schwebel Auditorium” in Moser Hall, on the YSU campus. This is a co-production with the Youngstown Area Jewish Film Festival.

Mill Creek MetroParks: Tree Communication & Natural Defenses

Mill Creek MetroParks presents Tree Communication & Natural Defenses, on Tuesday, March 31, at 6:30 pm, in the Rossi Auditorium of Fellows Riverside Gardens, 123 McKinley Avenue, in Youngstown.  Speaking will be Dr. Enrico Bonello, of Ohio State University. Register at the OSU Extension Office in Canfield.

 

 

 

Mahoning Valley Lifelong Learning Institute: The Art of Love

Mahoning Valley Lifelong Learning Institute presents The Art of Love, on Thursday, February 13, at 5 pm, at Ohio Living Park Vista, on Fifth Avenue, in Youngstown.  Expressions of love and romance have inspired artists and poets for centuries to the delight of art enthusiasts.  Learn fascinating facts associated with the most widely recognized works of art and the artists who created them.

 

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