MMC Hosts Rudin Lecture
Marymount Manhattan College presented The Jack and Lewis Rudin Distinguished Visiting Scholars Lecture on March 17, in The Theresa Lang Theatre. This year's featured speaker was Dr. Richard West Sellars, retired National Park Service Historian, noted author and Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow. His lecture is titled, "America's National Parks and the Rise of an Environmental Ethic." Dr. Richard West Sellars, was in residence at the College, March 16-20, 2009.
Dr. Richard West Sellars, Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow, presents his lecture in The Teresa Lang Theatre.
Dr. Marguerita Grecco, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Dr. Richard West Sellars, Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow.
(l-r) Dr. Richard West Sellars meets with MMC's Mary Fleischer, professor of theatre arts and Chair of the Division of Fine and Performing Arts, and Dean Peter Baker, Vice President of Institutional Research and Planning, at the Rudin Luncheon.
(l-r) Yvonne Roen, Academic Affairs Administrative Assistant, David Linton, Ph.D., Professor of Communication Arts, and Ann Jablon, Ph.D., Professor of Communication Science and Disorders and Chair of the Division of the Sciences.
(l-r) Carol Jackson, Ph.D., Acting Vice President of Student Affairs, David Podell, Ph.D., Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, and Betty Heinig, B.A., Vice President for Institutional Advancement.
Alessandra Leri, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry; Steven Wat, M.S., Chair of the Department of Natural Sciences & Mathematics, and Assistant Professor of Mathematics Benedetta Sampoli Benitez, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry; Kelsey Jordahl, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics, Joseph Liddicoat, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of Environmental Science, and Ann Jablon, Ph.D., Professor of Communication Science and Disorders and Chair of the Division of the Sciences.
MMC Student Bianca D. Ayala escorts Dr. Richard West Sellars on a tour of the Hewitt Gallery of Art.
Dr. Richard West Sellars meets with students in the "Digital Imaging" and "Digital Media" courses, taught by Millie Burns, M.F.A., Director of the Hewitt Gallery of Art and Assistant Professor of Art; and Rebecca Mushtare, M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Communication Arts.