Unscheduled Programs


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Talks


Sponsor Speaker Description
William H. Dick William H. Dick -- Scientech Club Historian Butler University & Hinkle Fieldhouse: (Emergency Use ONLY)(Sub: 8/6/2018) Butler University is a distinguished University in Indianapolis. Hinkle Fieldhouse is a historic fieldhouse where Butler plays its home games. It was the largest basketball arena in the U.S. from 1928-1950.
Glen Jay Bingle, M.D, PhD, MACP Dr. Charles Morris -- 1962 B.S. Denison University 1966 M.A. University of Missouri (Psychology) 1968 Ph.D University of Missouri (Psychology) The Search for a Meaningful Life in Retirement : (Sub: 10/25/2018) About one-fourth of retirees struggle. What can we do to create a satisfying and meaningful life in retirement? (Charlie has written a book on this subject)
Gerald Keener Dick Wolfsie -- Dick is a well-known Indianapolis television personality, humor columnist, and author. Why Is That So Funny? - Insights into aspects of Jewish humor: (Sub: 10/25/2018) Dick is not only a humorist who can tell a funny story, but a student of humor. He will use examples to illustrate facets of Jewish wit that issue uniquely from Judaic culture and history and yet resonate broadly across ethnic bounds.
Gerald Keener Dick Wolfsie -- Dick is a well-known Indianapolis television personality, humor columnist, and author Why Is That So Funny? - Insights into aspects of Jewish humor: (Sub: 10/25/2018) Dick is not only a humorist who can tell a funny story, but a student of humor. He will use examples to illustrate facets of Jewish wit that issue uniquely from Judaic culture and history and yet resonate broadly across ethnic boundaries.
Jeff Rasley Madeline Smith -- Vice President of Development & Public RElations, Girls Inc of Greater Indianapolis Creating STEM Opportunities for Members of Girls Inc.: (Sub: 11/6/2018) Experience in creating opportunities for members of Girl's Inc.
Jeff Rasley Suzanne Stanis -- Director of Heritage Education and Information Indiana Landmarks 10 Most Endangered Program Description: (Sub: 11/7/2018) Every day, all year long, Indiana Landmarks works to revitalize historic structures that give our communities visible connections to their past. Once a year, we announce the 10 Most Endangered, a list of historic places on the brink of extinction and too important to lose. Our 2018 entries include a college campus, an eccentric estate, an unusual barn, a basketball palace, and more. Join us for a review of these along with the fates—positive and negative—of previously listed properties.