Dr. William Sea, assistant professor of environmental studies at Bemidji State University’s Center of Sustainability Studies, will continue the Honors Council Lecture Series with his research on “The Opportunities and Challenges of Being Interdisciplinary.” The lecture will be held on Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. in Hagg-Sauer 112 and is free and open to the public.
The Honors Council Lecture Series is hosted by the Bemidji State University Honors Council, the advisory group to BSU’s honors program. It is composed of 12 faculty members representing each of the university’s colleges. Student representatives are also elected to the council by their cohorts for one-year terms. The series provides BSU faculty with a forum to share their expertise and the results of their research with the Bemidji community. All Honors Council lectures are open free to the public.
- Dr. Season Ellison, assistant professor of interdisciplinary studies and director, liberal education and honors program; (218) 755-3355, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. William Sea, assistant professor of environmental studies; email@example.com
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