The UC Faculty Club is a member of the Association of College and University Clubs.
Speaker Series Coming Events
Reservations Required for All Events – Call 556-4154 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Non-members may attend one event
Buffet lunch served – 11:30 am
Speaker – Noon
Head Coach Tommy Tuberville
Please join us for lunch Monday, September 15th, 11:30 am, 8th Floor Banquet Room, 850 Lindner Varsity Village, when the Bearcat Faithful host guest speaker, Head Coach Tommy Tuberville. He will review the upcoming Bearcat Football season.
Chef David will serve a delicious hot buffet.
Cost: Club Members: Complimentary courtesy of the Board of Governors
Guests: $7.00 per person
The Changing Demographics of the Faculty
Details and Date to be announced!
If you have suggestions for entertaining and informative speakers, email the topic, speaker, and contact information to email@example.com.
Professor Mark Godsey, The Ohio Innocence Project
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley
Senior Vice President and Provost Dr. Beverly Davenport
Dr. Elizabeth Frierson, Associate Professor of History, World War I and the Arts
Associate Professor and Creative Writing Director Leah Stewart, "The History of Us"
Cincinnati Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls, Developments in Cincinnati
Dr. Lakshmi Kode Sammarco, Hamilton County Coroner, "Coroner 101: An Introduction to the Hamilton County Coroner's Office and Crime Laboratory"
Professor and Ohio Eminent Scholar Mike Magazine, "Sports by the Numbers"
UC Police Chief Michael Cureton, "The Jeanne Clery Act"
Drs. Stephen Mockabee, Patrick Miller and Andrew Lewis, Political Science, "The 2012 Elections"
Drs. William Jensen, Henry Fenichel and Milton Orchin, Scientist in the Service of Israel: The Life and Times of Ernst David Bergmann (1903-1975)
Dr. Steven Ellis, Classics, "A Day in Pompeii"
Nancy Riley, 2012 World Choir Games
Butch Jones, Head Coach UC Football
Dr. George Uetz, Biological Sciences, "Yes, Virginia, There IS a Spider Lab at UC"
Greg Hand, Director of UC Public Relations, "The WPA Guide to Cincinnati"
Mark Curnutte, Cincinnati Enquirer Social Issues/Minority Affairs Reporter and Author, A Promise in Haiti: A Reporter's Notes on Families and Daily Lives
Dr. Ken Tankersley, Anthropology, "Archaeological Evidence for Climate Change in the Greater Cinicnnati Area"
"A Conversation with Mary Ronan" Superintendent, Cincinnati Public Schools
Dr. George Vredeveld, Economics Center for Education & Research, Cincinnati and the Economy
Dr. Michael Sitko, Physics, Astonishing Things in Astronomy
Jeff Dundon, UC Foundation, Estate Planning: Learn the New Rules Before They Expire and What Never Changes
Greg Hardman, President, Christian Moerlein Brewing Company and Michael Morgan, author of “Over the Rhine: When Beer was King”, Over the Rhine Brewery District
Drs. Barbara Bardes, Stephen Mockabee and Al Tuchfarber, The 2010 Mid-Term Elections: Sea Change or Tempest in a Teapot?
Dr. Richard Harknett, The Obama Administration and Foreign Policy – A Midterm Assessment
Dr. Theresa Leininger-Miller, DAAP , The Transatlantic Connection: New Negro Artists in Paris, 1922-1934
Bill Mulvihill and Jeff Dundon, UC Foundation
John Schneider, Alliance for Regional Transit, A Desire Named Streetcar - Streetcar Proposal
Nancy Huth, Taft Museum of Art, Dutch Utopia
Bernadette Plair, Cincinnati Zoo CREW Program
Kevin Grace, University Archivist, Notorious Cincinnatians
Dina Bailey, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
John Andrews and Jeff Corcoran, Preparing for a Global Epidemic
Aubrey Berg, CCM Musical Theater Department
Jay Chatterjee, Deconstruction of Politics and Architecture at UC
Mick Cronin, Head Coach, UC Basketball
Tim Johnson, Johnson Investment Counsel, Economic Update
Robin Engel, CECH, Cincinnati Initiative to Reduce Violence
Brian Kelly, Head Coach, UC Football
Jennifer E. Williams, Out of the Crossfire
Jenefer Robinson, A&S, Emotional Responses to Music
George Bishop, The 2008 Election: It Was About the Economy, or Was it?
Richard Harknett, McCain’s or Obama’s Inheritance: Post-Bush World Politics and What Either Can Do About It