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Boro Weekly (March 30-April 5, 2015)

Penguins Communications VP McMillan to present at EU Academic Festival

Author and Vice President of Communications for the Pittsburgh Penguins Tom McMillan will be among the presenters during Edinboro University's weeklong Academic Festival. He will speak on Thursday from 7-9 p.m. in Multipurpose Room A of the Frank G. Pogue Student Center about his book on the crash of Flight 93 on 9/11.

The Academic Festival runs Tuesday through Friday, with numerous exciting and enriching events from across the academic spectrum planned throughout the week. Presentation highlights of the festival include:

  • Jerra Jenrette, Ph.D., of the History, Anthropology, and World Languages Department will offer "Reflections on Hitler, Nazis, and the Holocaust: Interviews with Four German Children of the World War II Era," Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. in Pogue Student Center, Multipurpose Room A.
  • Baher Ghosheh, Ph.D., and Ronald Spiller, Ph.D., of the Geosciences Department and History, Anthropology, and World Languages Department, respectively, will present "ISIS: Terrorism and Instability in the Middle East" on Tuesday from 5-7 p.m. in Pogue Student Center, Multipurpose Room A.
  • Jeffery Bartone, Ph.D., of the English and Philosophy Department will read from his recent novel, "Infinite Drift," and lead a discussion on creative writing and publishing on Wednesday from 11 a.m. to noon in the Pogue Student Center Scot Cinema.
  • Visiting Fulbright scholar Hamdi Echkaou will offer an analysis of revolutionary discourse in cyberspace in Morocco during the Arab Spring on Wednesday from 11-11:50 a.m. in Pogue Student Center, Room 303B.
  • Professor Umeme Sababu of the History, Anthropology and World Languages Department will serve as moderator for "Black and Blue: I Can't Breathe Because Black Lives Do Not Matter," a panel discussion dealing with the historical and sociological issues surrounding numerous current events and the problem of policing the black community on Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. in Pogue Student Center, Multipurpose Room A.
  • EU alumni Justin Holt, Jason Kane, Christopher Leonard and Charlotte "Charlie" Sternby will return to campus to read from their literary creations on Friday from 5-6:30 p.m. in the Pogue Student Center Scot Cinema.
  • Award-winning novelist and screenwriter Randall Silvis ("Dead Man Falling," "An Occasional Hell") will read from his three latest novels and discuss the writing process on Friday from 6:30-8 p.m. in the Pogue Student Center Scot Cinema.

Additionally, the festival will include the Second Annual Celebration of Scholarship on Wednesday from 1-5 p.m. in Multipurpose Rooms A and B of the Pogue Student Center. EU's Celebration of Scholarship (pictured above) is a symposium showcasing research by Edinboro's undergraduate and graduate students. Presentations will be judged and awards will be presented by a panel of university faculty members.

Numerous other events, including the presentation of several EU undergraduate and master's degree-seeking students' coursework and master's theses, are planned for the Academic Festival. For a full schedule of Academic Festival events, click here.

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