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Lecture focuses on teaching science
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Lecture series
When: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Mondays
Where: Gainesville Civic Center, 830 Green St. NE, Gainesville
How much: Free

Tonight: “Engaging Science Students K-12: Motivating Tomorrow’s Scientists” by Michael B. McGinnis, chemistry professor
Oct. 11: “Mobilizing Creativity: Artmaking, Community and an Airstream Trailer” by Chris Dockery, assistant professor of art education
Oct. 18: “Leadership in Uncertain Times” by Ruben Boling, director of the Center for the Future of North Georgia, and Wendy Walker, assistant business professor
Oct. 25: “Preparing Teachers for 21st Century Students” by Barbara Dixon, coordinator for post-baccalaureate education studies
Nov. 1: “Childhood Obesity” by Elaine Taylor, associate nursing professor

North Georgia College & State University continues a lecture series tonight with a look at engaging science students.
Chemistry professor Michael B. McGinnis will present “Engaging Science Students K-12: Motivating Tomorrow’s Scientists.”

The free lecture is presented 6:30-8:30 p.m. today at the Gainesville Civic Center. The lecture also is presented Wednesdays at the Hampton Park Library in Cumming and Thursdays at the university in Dahlonega. The series will cover a variety of topics as it continues through Nov. 1.

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