PTK members or non-members are encouraged to participate in our Humanities Lecture Series on our national honors study topic, The Paradox of Affluence: Choices, Challanges, and Consequences.

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If you desire a one hour class credit, you may enroll in Honors Forum I, II, III, or IV.  Please contact Dr. Harris at rharris@nemcc.edu or 720-7359 for information

  • Honors Seminars (Honors Forum for those enrolled in the class) will be presented the next four activity periods in the Union upstairs. The series entitled, “Food For Thought, For Life,”** will consist of the following:

 

Tuesday, Feb 28th: Dr. Benjy Mikel (Mississippi State University)

Food: Is Feeding the Masses a Competition?
11 am – 12 noon Claude Wright Room in Frank Haney Union

 

Thursday, March 1st: Panel Discussion on Feeding the Masses

11 am – 12 noon Claude Wright Room in Frank Haney Union

 

Tuesday, March 6th: Dr. Ralph Didlake (University of Mississippi Medical Center)

Food From a Bioethics Perspective

11 am – 12 noon Claude Wright Room in Frank Haney Union

 

Thursday, March 8th: Panel Discussion on Food Bioethics

11 am – 12 noon Black & Gold Room in Frank Haney Union

**Funding is provided by the Mississippi Humanities Council.

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