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Pfaudler Enrichment Series

Join us for one of our most popular events held each week, Thursdays from 12:15 to 1:30 pm - this afternoon lunchtime lecture series is a member favorite!

Bring a bag lunch and listen to a lecture presented by guest speakers or a member speaker on a wide range of stimulating topics.

Date

Presenter

Title

1/14/16

SUNY Geneseo Distinguished Professor of History Michael Leroy Oberg, Ph.D.

The Six Nations of the Iroquois, the United States, and the Treaty of Canandaigua

1/21/16

RIT Vice President for Research and Associate Provost Ryne Raffaelle, Ph.D.

Integrated Photonics: How Will It Change Our World

1/28/16

Architectural Historian, Bero Architecture PLLC, Katie Eggers Comeau

Frank Lloyd Wright: Nine Things to Know About Architecture's Enigmatic Genius

2/4/16

Rochester City Police Department Chief Michael Ciminelli

Reorganization of the Rochester Police Department

2/11/16

MCC Director of Homeland Security Management Institute John J. Perrone, Jr. Colonel (US Army, Retired)

Homeland Security

2/18/16

Retired Cornell University Professor and Director Emeritus of the NY Agricultural Experiment Station, Don Barton

A World War II B-17 Airman Prisoner of War: Reflections on 70 Years of Unusual Consequences

2/25/16

RIT Research Professor and Director, Center for Applied Psychophysiology and Self-Regulation, Institute of Health Sciences and Technology Laurence I. Surgarman, MD

Exploring the Psychophysiology of Autism Spectrum Disorder

3/3/16

Seneca County Historian Walter Gable

Setting the Scene for The July 1848 Women's Rights Convention

3/10/16

President and CEO, The United Way of Greater Rochester Fran Weisberg

The Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative & United Way of Greater Rochester: A Community Conversation About Collaboration & Poverty

3/17/16

Jerry Bennett who has 40 years' experience as a local Red Cross volunteer and staff member

A History of the Red Cross: Its Contributions in War and Peace

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