A.P.E.X. Events Announces Spring 2022 Season

Published: January 11, 2022 | Author: Southern Utah University | Read Time: 2 minutes

APEX announces spring seasonSouthern Utah University's A.P.E.X. Events is proud to announce the Spring 2022 season. The season includes 10 speakers from a variety of disciplines. Lecture events are held each Thursday at 11:30 a.m. in the Gilbert Great Hall of the Hunter Alumni Center.

A.P.E.X. Events is SUU’s premier weekly lecture series, with speakers and presenters invited from all areas of the world. Attendees to events are students, faculty, staff and community members, and the series features a diverse range of topics and disciplines.

A.P.E.X. Spring 2022 Events

Below are the spring events for more information, follow the SUU APEX Calendar.

January 13 - Faculty Distinguished Lecturer Dr. Julie McCown

“The Rocky Mountain Huntress: Recovering the Story of Martha Maxwell’s Frontier Taxidermy”

January 20 - Kevin Gannon, “Radical Hope”

Creating inclusive pedagogy, inviting change and growth for all in technology and teaching

January 27 - Bob Kittell, “Think Differently, Think Smarter”

Lowering stress, anxiety, and overthinking through the power of human connection

February 3 - The Grace A. Tanner Lecture featuring Emily Esfahani Smith

Author of “The Power of Meaning – Finding Fulfillment in a World Obsessed by Happiness”

February 10 - Eccles Visiting Scholar Dr. Temple Grandin

“Developing Different Kinds of Minds”

February 17 - Eccles Visiting Scholar David Anthony Durham

Award winning author of historical science fiction

February 24 - Artist in Residence Aïsha Lehmann

March 8 (Tuesday) - Collaboration with the School of Business with Roy F. Baumeister

“Think about the Future: Whether, When, Why, How, Who... and So What?”

March 17 - Eccles Visiting Scholar Michael Bertrand

History Remixed: Rock n Roll, Change, and the American South

March 30 - Festival of Excellence Keynote Speaker Paula Marshall

CEO of BAMA industries

A.P.E.X. Event presentations will also be streamed live via Zoom. Zoom links for each event can be found on the SUU Event Calendar. Also, consider tuning in to Thunder 91.1 on Thursdays at 3 p.m. to get more out of your favorite guests with the A.P.E.X. Radio Hour Show.

Students looking to add a one-credit course to their semester should consider the CONVO 2010 course or Honors Section. This course is perfect for any student in need of a one-credit, pass/fail course.

Learn more about SUU’s A.P.E.X. lecture series at suu.edu/apex.

Tags: Campus APEX

Contact Information:

Contact the Office of Marketing Communication