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NEWS RELEASE

Immediate: January 22, 2020

Traveling Professor 2020 at Nassau Community College

Garden City, NY — The Nassau Community College Winter 2020 Traveling Professor Lecture Series has something for everyone. Explore the world through this unique and engaging travel series. From Dubai to Antarctica, these diverse speakers from the Nassau Community College faculty will share their fascinating travel experiences and observations with the community:

Prague 1995-2020 and Milan 2010-2020:  My Perspectives
Elizabeth Fonseca, LINCC
Monday 2/3 at 11:00am, College Center Building (CCB), Room 251  

Hidden Gems of the Southwest: Spiritual Renewal Amidst the Red Rocks
Dolly Litvak, English
Monday 2/3 at 2:00pm, CCB 251

Frozen in Antarctica
Tara Comiskey, Criminal Justice
Tuesday 2/4 at 5:30pm, CCB 345

Teaching English in China
Melissa Battista, Distance Education
Thursday, 2/6 at 1:00pm, CCB 251

The Human Story of Two National Parks: Shenandoah (Virginia) and Vosges Mountains (France)
Christine Tuaillon, Biology
Monday, 2/10 at 9:30am, CCB 251

El Yunque: How the Health of Puerto Rico’s Rainforest Mirrors the Health of Puerto Rico’s People
Vondora Wilson-Corzen, Sociology
Monday, 2/10 at 11:00am, CCB 251

Dubai and Thailand
Leonardo Falcon, History
Tuesday, 2/11 at 2:30pm, CCB 251 

Denmark: the Land of Hospitality
Janet Farrell-Leontiou, Communications
Wednesday, 2/12 at 11:00am, CCB 251 

The Beatles from London to Liverpool: Abbey Road, John and Paul’s Childhood Homes, and More
Steven Baron, Psychology
Wednesday, 2/12 at 12:30pm, CCB 251 

Turkey: Crossroads of Civilization
Carl Vinas, Critical Reading and Academic Advancement
Wednesday, 2/12 at 2:00pm, CCB 251  

All Traveling Professor programs are free and open to the public. Visitors are asked to stop off at Public Safety and pick up a parking permit when they arrive on campus. The series is sponsored by the Nassau Community College Cultural Program. For further information, call 516.572.7148.

Media Contact Charmian Smith 516.572.9634 | Charmian.smith@ncc.edu
ncc.edu/newsreleases

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