Pearl River Community College’s Dr. William Lewis Honors Institute hosted its second Faculty Lecture Series Tuesday at the Forrest County Campus. Faculty and students attended the lecture, presented by Dr. Dan Browning, Instructor of History, Religion, and Geography.
Dr. Browning’s topic: “All Roads Lead to … Risk: Disease Avoidance on Roman Roads by St. Paul; A Geographic Information System Analysis.”
Dr. Browning was introduced by freshman Jackson Bowering of Petal, a member of the Honors Council.
Student members of the 2021 Honors Council include Bowering, Ben Hartley, Shui Lin, Peyton Scanlon, Jericho Gardner, Kristen Johnson, Allyna Pytleski and Genesis Williams.
Following the lecture, the Mississippi Department of Health hosted a free Covid-19 Vaccine Pop-up Clinic facilitated by Dr. Brent Lindley.
Upcoming Honors Institute events include:
Nov. 17: Honors Research Symposium, 1 p.m., Thad Cochran Center, the University of Southern Mississippi.
Feb. 1, 2022: Honors Faculty Lecture Series, Heather Peerboom (12:15 p.m., Multipurpose Room).
Honors Council officers of the Dr. William Lewis Honors Institute at PRCC’s Forrest County Campus for Dr. Dan Browning’s lecture included from left: Dr. Ryan Ruckel, Honors Faculty; Patrick Dunkle of Petal, Jackson Bowering of Petal,
Dr. Dan Browning, Peyton Scanlon of Petal, President; Hanna Lambert of Hattiesburg and Tobias Adams of Hattiesburg.
Article and photos by Chuck Abadie.