Wednesday, 05 Feb 2020
Iowa-based interdisciplinary artist Louise Fisher works in the expanded field of print, using methods of layering, impressing and repetition for their literal and visual enactment of time and the body. She will give a public talk in conjunction with "Lucid," a solo exhibition of her work on display in the College of Design's Gallery 181.
Lori Brown is a professor of architecture at Syracuse University and cofounder of ArchiteXX, a group working to raise awareness of women in architecture, create support and mentorship networks and take design actions to broaden the exposure of architecture in the world. She focuses on relationships between architecture and social justice issues with particular emphasis on gender and its impact on spatial relationships.
Thursday, 06 Feb 2020
Dr. An, director emeritus of the orthopedic biomechanics laboratory at the Mayo Clinic, will discuss his ongoing studies about medical and biochemical factors influencing soft tissue integrity, performance, and remodeling. Dr. An will also discuss the culture in health care and his personal life lessons from working at the Mayo Clinic. The Pease Family Scholar in Kinesiology