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Lifelong Learning in Niagara - Fall Lecture Series

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Donna Poag, Secretary, Lifelong Learning Niagara advises me that they plan to have the details and registration for the Fall Lecture Series 2016 ready on their website by the beginning of August. In the meantime, here are the topics and speakers that are have lined up.

September 28 - India's Rise and Implications for Canada
Kasi Rao, Vice President of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada; Senior Advisor (India) Bennett Jones Law Firm

October 5 - Human Stem Cells: Biology and Applications Toward the Clinic
Dr. Mickie Bhatia, Canada Research Chair in Human Stem Cell Biology; Scientific Director of the Stem Cell and Cancer Research Institute (SCC-RI); Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University

October 12 - The Arab Spring That Never Came
Dr. Atif Kubursi, Emeritus Professor of Economics, McMaster University

October 19 - If These Walls Could Talk - Murder and Mayhem, Art and Architecture High Above Italy's Amalfi Coast
Cynthia Venables, Art and Cultural Historian; Painter and Photographer

October 26 - Can Canadian Mosquitoes Transmit West Nile Virus or Zika Virus?
Dr. Fiona Hunter, Brock University Level 3 Containment Lab; Medical Entomologist; Professor

November 2 - Art, Literature and the Poetics of Ageism
Dr. Andrea Charise, Assistant Professor of Health Studies at the University of Toronto Scarborough, 2014 Polanyi Prize for Literature

If you have suggestions or comments concerning blog topics to help celebrate Niagara, contact me at - mjk6648@gmail.com


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