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Quinn to open Bridge Lecture Series

Published: June 7, 2012

UB head football coach Jeff Quinn will open the Newman Center’s annual Bridge Lecture Series on June 13 with a preview of the 2012 football season.

Quinn’s talk—and all remaining talks in the series—will take place at 7p.m. in the Newman Center, 495 Skinnersville Road, across from the Creekside Village apartments on the North Campus.

All talks are free and open to the public.

The aim of the lecture series, now in its 10th year, is to connect the UB family to the surrounding community.

The remaining lectures in the Bridge Lecture Series:

  • June 20: “What does Surrogate Court Do?” Hon. Barbara Howe, New York State Surrogate Judge for Erie County and adjunct faculty member in the UB Law School and Department of Sociology
  • June 27: “My Life and Work as a Cataract Surgeon,” Kenneth D. Anthone, assistant clinical professor of ophthalmology and president of Anthone Eye Center
  • July 11: “Protecting West Valley Groundwater from Radioactive Contamination,” Alan Rabideau, professor of civil, structural and environmental engineering
  • July 18: “The Facts About Bullying,” Amanda Nickerson, director, Dr. Jean Alberti Center for the prevention of Bullying Abuse and School Violence, Graduate School of Education
  • July 25: “What Sustains Us? Creating a Better Future Through Sustainability,” Ryan McPherson, chief sustainability officer
  • Aug. 1: “Developing Good Doctors and How Do You Donate Your Body to UB,” Charles M. Severin, associate dean for medical education and admissions, Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences
  • Aug. 8: “The Radicalism of Obedience—The Weak Backbone of the Church,” Msgr J. Patrick Keleher, director UB Newman Center