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The Genius Next Door

Thursday, Apr. 17th, 6:00PM–7:00PM
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Get a rapid-fire grounding in the newest knowledge in science, art, education and business. The Genius Next Door gives audience members a unique opportunity to learn how the brightest minds in St. Petersburg are changing global landscapes.

Featuring speakers from three colleges at USF:

Dr. Philip Trocchia is an Associate Professor of Marketing in the College of Business at USF. Dr. Trocchia engages in research concerning consumer motivations and marketing education. He’s published 25 refereed journal articles and has presented his research in about 40 national and international academic conferences.

Dr. Vivian Fueyo is a Professor of Childhood Education at USFSP. Dr. Fueyo has raised nearly $4 million for scholarships and programs to improve teaching and student learning and strengthen the role of the university in improving teaching and learning in the local schools. Dr. Fueyo has taken a lead in the SunBay Digital Mathematics Project which seeks to engage and improve student learning of complex mathematics in the middle grades.

Dr. John Arthur is an Associate Professor of Anthropology in the Society, Culture, and Language Department at USFSP. Since 2005, he has engaged a large multidisciplinary research team to study the history of the Gamo people of Ethiopia. Dr. Arthur’s team discovered of a number of caves dating back to 6,000 years, which may lead to the earliest domesticated foods in Ethiopia. Dr. Arthur’s other research includes new way to see beer in the archeological record.

Cost: Free. Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Series takes place in the Museum Theater.

 

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