Title

Celebrating 40 years of the Manion Symposium

Venue

Campus Center

Field of Study

Associate Professor of Biology

Abstract

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Manion Symposium, which recognizes the dedication and contributions of Professor James J. Manion, a Biology professor at Carroll College from 1956–1987. We who find inspiration in “Doc” Manion’s academic legacy and who benefit from the Chair established in his honor join together in celebration of scientific inquiry and faculty-mentored, student-focused research. I believe Doc would be proud of the scholarly and research activities that currently occur across all disciplines at Carroll College and are celebrated through the Student Undergraduate Research Festival, as Doc concluded a lecture in 1984 by stating: “I am convinced that each [the liberal arts and sciences] must learn from the other, there must be a continuing dialogue between them to achieve the comprehensive knowledge needed to live an intelligent and successful life.”

Start Date

20-4-2018 9:00 AM

End Date

20-4-2018 10:00 AM

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Celebrating 40 years of the Manion Symposium

Campus Center

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Manion Symposium, which recognizes the dedication and contributions of Professor James J. Manion, a Biology professor at Carroll College from 1956–1987. We who find inspiration in “Doc” Manion’s academic legacy and who benefit from the Chair established in his honor join together in celebration of scientific inquiry and faculty-mentored, student-focused research. I believe Doc would be proud of the scholarly and research activities that currently occur across all disciplines at Carroll College and are celebrated through the Student Undergraduate Research Festival, as Doc concluded a lecture in 1984 by stating: “I am convinced that each [the liberal arts and sciences] must learn from the other, there must be a continuing dialogue between them to achieve the comprehensive knowledge needed to live an intelligent and successful life.”