FRED Talks at FRCC Campus in Longmont Consider Some of Life’s Big Questions
“What is Life?” and a companion question, “What Questions are Worth Asking?” are two of the topics Front Range Community College faculty and students will consider in April’s FRED Talks.
FRED Talks owe their genesis to TED Talks, which bill themselves as “ideas worth spreading.” TED Talks started in 1984 at a conference for Technology, Entertainment, and Design. FRED Talks are at Front Range and about EDucation. Tracy Halward of FRCC’s biology faculty, is the organizer of FRED Talks.
April 1 in the Community Room of the Classroom Building: The Nicotine in Your Tobacco – The Good, The Bad, pand The Ugly, with Heidi O’Neil, biology faculty; What is Life?, with Catlyn Keenan, philosophy faculty and Tracy Halward, biology faculty; What Questions Are Worth Asking?, with Michael Barber, English faculty; and Women in Technology, with student Nishtha Oberai and Jim Vernon, business faculty.
April 15 in Room C1264 of the Classroom Building: LGBTQ around the World, with E4E (Equality 4 Everyone) Club; Civic Responsibility in Art, with Deb Craven, chair of Business, Education and Information Technology; Scholarships, with the National Student Leadership Council; and Why Space Matters, with Alison Thielke, early childhood education faculty.
About Front Range Community College
FRCC is a member of the Colorado Community College System, the state’s largest system of higher education. CCCS serves more than 162,000 students annually. The system oversees career and academic programs in the 13 state community colleges and career and technical programs in more than 160 school districts and six other post-secondary institutions.