Faculty Lecture Series

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Join some of JSU's dynamic faculty from across campus as they host online lectures that will give you a glimpse into what it's like to take a college course from the comfort of your home. View the list of session options below and join the live sessions on the date/time listed through the link provided (links will be added soon)!


Session Title/Access Link



The Art of Marching - Basic Marching 101

Dr. Ken Bodiford, Director of Bands


Barbie Dolls, Job Applications, and Gender Performance

Dr. Staci Stone, Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities

12/11/2020 @ 5pm

So you want to be an elementary school teacher?

Michael Alvidrez, Assistant Professor for the School of Education

12/14/2020 @ 5pm

The Life and Music of James Reese Europe

Dr. Jeremy Stovall, Assistant Director of Bands

12/14/2020 @ 1pm

The World's Fairs: Fun, Education and Attitudes. 

Dr. Paul Beezley, Associate Professor of History

1/08/2021 @ 1pm

Death Investigation in America: The Ancient Office of Coroner and The Reality of Modern Forensics

Joseph Scott Morgan, Distinguished Scholar of Applied Forensics

1/11/2021 @ 5pm


Dr. Rachel Wooten, Coordinator of Undergraduate Nursing Programs  

1/12/2021 @ 1pm

The Art of Communication

Dr. Rodney Bailey, Instructor/Coordinator of Marketing and Social Media

1/13/2021 @ 12pm

The Burden of Infectious Disease 

Dr. Jeff Ryan, Professor for Emergency Management & Chief of Program Operations

1/15/2021 @ 10 am

The Accounting Cycle

Cassie Ward, Adjunct Instructor of Accounting

1/15/2021 time TBA

Slow Design: Functional Forms on the Potters Wheel

John Oles, Assistant Professor of Ceramics

1/25/2021 time TBA

Fat Guy in a Little Coat: The Political Problem of Justice

Dr. Benjamin Gross, Assistant Professor of Political Science

2/01/2021 @ 6pm

Social Influence:  Conformity, Compliance, and Obedience

Heidi Dempsey, Professor of Psychology

2/16/2021 @ 10am

Building Your Personal Brand - Listening Skills

Amy Simon, Instructor for Career Prep

2/22/2021 @ 1pm

Your Sociological Imagination

Erin Rider, Associate Professor