2014 Scholar's Colloquium
Make plans for the 2014 Lubbock Christian University Scholar's Colloquium;
April 9-12, 2014.
April 17-19, 2013
Each spring, LCU hosts an interdisciplinary forum to promote and highlight original scholarship.
The colloquium is held as an academic conference with breakout presentations.
LCU students, faculty, and staff present and field questions from the audience. Research posters are displayed with a session for informal questions.
The committee for the 2013 Scholars Colloquium is pleased to welcome Haile Yancy as our Colloquium Scholar.
Haile Yancy obtained his Bachelors of Science degree in biology from Jarvis Christian College and his Ph. D. degree in Biology with a minor in molecular and forensic biology from the Department of Biology at Howard University. Upon completion of his degree, he began a two and a half year post-doctoral fellowship in the laboratory of Dr. Michael J. Myers, at the FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine. He is currently a senior research biologist at the FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine in the Division of Animal Research. The focus his research to address issues relevant to the Center's mission regarding the effort to prevent the propagation of BSE, biomarker discovery and evaluation and developing methods to ensure drug and food safety.
We invite everyone to attend!
Video of the Scholars Colloquium
Watch Scholar's Colloquium presentations from the 2013 Plenary Session: Caitlin Brinsfield, Nolan Rutherford, and Dr. Haile Yancy here.