Afternoon Session Information

Afternoon Sessions

(Subject to change)                                                  


Art Workshop: Led by Willis “Bing” Davis., Artist, Educator. A hands-on art activity using recycled materials. All materials are provided.
Gallery Talk: Shades of Greatness  Dr. Raymond Doswell, Curator, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Kansas City, Mo. will speak about the art exhibit in the Burnell Roberts Triangle Gallery, Building 13
Musical Concert: Influences on Bluegrass Music Evan Lanier and Bluegrass Express.  Learn how early String Bands, African American musicians, and Bill Monroe influenced Bluegrass Music. Musicians; Evan Lanier, Noel Boling, Larry Griffith, Bob Hamblin and singer Kathy Hayes.
The Differences Between Cultural and Ethnic Awareness Bahar Hartmann, Professor of French, SCC. The presentation examines the differences between the definitions of 'cultural' identity versus 'ethnic ' identity and awareness.
Confucian Humanism as a tradition of Greatness Spirit Yufeng Wang, Artist, Professor, American History, SCC.
ExploreConfucian humanism as the most influential tradition in East Asia that promotes the spirit of greatness. 
Mediation: A Way to Settle Disagreements Tom Wahlrab, Welcome Dayton and Jacqueline Housel, Associate Professor of Geography, SCC.  Ways in which to achieve rapport and clear communication when working with people in conflict will be discussed.
Africa’s Contributions to the World: a Legacy of Genesis and Civilazitions Boikai S. Twe, Chairperson of Psychology/Africana Studies, SCC.  This presentation will discuss African migrations and their contributions to
civilizations in North and South America, China, India and Japan.
Cherokee in Appalachia Carol Baugh Appalachian Studies SCC. In this session we will discuss one of the many diverse cultures in Appalachia -- the Cherokee.We will examine their culture from first European contact to life today.
STEAM into STEM  Ivy Chevers,  Art Department SCC.  This presentation will emphasize how art education is significant to scientific knowledge and creative experimentation. 
Art Workshop: A Meditation in Clay Bob Coates, Professor, SCC. Combine sculpture with meditation to aid in focus, relaxation and stress management. Materials are provided.
Drawing in the Style of Techno Cubism and Sports Images  James Pate, Artist, Educator.  An artist’s approach to drawing sports images.
Musical Concert: Native American Flute Mixed with Native American Stories and Traditions Joseph WhitefeatherNative American musician and storyteller.
¡Pléibol! The history of baseball in Latin AmericaDerek Petrey, Ph.D., Honors Program Director and Modern Languages Coordinator, SCC.  Learn about famous ball players from the Americas, the impact of baseball on Latin American culture, and the impact of Latin Americans on world baseball and La Liga Mayor.
“You’re Just Like …” The Effects of Stereotyping Over the Years R. A. Morales, Assistant Professor, Communication Department, SCC. This session will focus on the effect stereotyping has on individuals and how it may impact them in education, work, and in their daily lives.
December 7, 1941  Omope Carter Daboiku, folkartist, wordsmith and storyteller.  A story of the correspondence between sisters-in-law anticipating WW2 and reflecting on the contributions of their cousin, Carter G. Woodson, the second African American PhD from Harvard and founder of Black History Month.
Beyond Where We Call Home Rana Peake, Appalachian Outreach Coordinator, SCC.Our perception of community is influenced by multiple factors, all of which play a role in our personal identity and how we identify with others. 
Immigration: Our Shared Dream Bill Meers Volunteer. The Dayton International Peace Museum will offer a look at people on the move around the world and examine reasons people leave their homelands in search of a better life. 
Online Degree Programs: Gimmick or Godsend? Myra Bozeman, Professor, Communications, Penny Collins and Pamela Cone, Sigma Chi Eta members and SCC students. This interactive breakout session will present current research on hiring managers’ perceptions of online degree programs.