UB head basketball coach Bobby Hurley will talk Bulls basketball
at the opening session of the Newman Center’s annual Bridge
Lecture Series on June 18.
Hurley’s talk — and all remaining talks in the
series — will take place at 7 p.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 12th year, is to
connect the UB family to the surrounding community.
The remaining lectures in the Bridge Lecture Series:
- June 25: “Managing Man-made and Natural Disasters”
Jun Zhuang, assistant professor, Department of Industrial and
- July 2: “The End of the Universe and the Future of
Life,” William H. Kinney, associate professor, Department of
- July 9: “What Should a Person Know,” Andrew
McConnell Stott, professor of English, dean of undergraduate
education and director of the Honors College.
- July 16: “Women and Hormone Therapy: Findings from the
Women’s Health Initiative,” Jean Wactawski-Wende,
professor and associate chair, Department of Epidemiology and
Environmental Health; professor, Department of Obstetrics and
Gynecology; and vice provost for research advancement and strategic
- July 23: “The Rationality of Civilian Abuses by
Combatants in Civil War,” Jacob Kathman, assistant professor,
Department of Political Science.
- July 30: “A Day in the Life of the Realm of the
Poem,” Michael Basinski, curator, Poetry Collection.
- Aug. 6: “Top 10 Words in the Bible,” Msgr. J.
Patrick Keleher, director, UB Newman Center.
For more information, contact the Newman Center at 636-7495.