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Food and Faculty Series

These informal events are designed to engage students, faculty, and staff in thought-provoking conversation while sharing a delicious lunch.
Examples of past topics include:

A Love Affair Gone Wrong: The Subprime Crisis

Baltimore Data Day

Coproducing Venture Capital: Evidence from Africa

Creative Use of the Past: Investigating the History that Inspires Artistic Expression

Dredging the Choptank: One Creepy and Enlightening Bucket of Eastern Shore Water Legend, Folklore and History

Ecological Assessment of the Lower Jones Falls: Moving Toward Charting a Course for the Restoration of Central Baltimore's Natural Greenway

English Law in Early Maryland

Found Object Art

How to Tell When He’s Just Not That into You

I Get By with a Little Help from my Friends: Conflict and Jealousy in Relationships

Local Landmarks, History, and Nature: A Walking Tour

Philosophy and Public Life: Ever the Twain Shall Meet?

Swimmable and Fishable Inner Harbor by 2020: Issues and Challenges

Synthesizing Research for Research Reports, Lit Reviews and Journal Articles

The Comfort of Food in Post-Nuclear Fiction

The Nazi Séance: How You Write a Book about Something You Know Nothing About

If you are interested in participating, please contact Kelly McPhee for details and an application.