UM-Dearborn offers Animal Speaker Series for limited time

Ever wondered if humans were merely the only species on Earth that could dominate language and speech? Or how about the fact that, coincidentally, 96% of all humans are right-handed and can use language and speech in their everyday conversations as a means of communication? Perhaps there is a link there, as Dr. Bill Hopkins, a professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at the Neuroscience Institute of Georgia State University, suggests.

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HFCC professor invites UM-D students to conference on religion

Last semester, Prof. Bill Secrest of Henry Ford Community College began a lecture series designed to broaden student and public knowledge and understanding of a number of religious faiths. This series would come to be known as the Building Bridges of Understanding Lecture Series. Prof. Secrest has repeatedly expressed his desire to have participation in the conference from the larger Dearborn community, and he hopes that the UM-D campus will take advantage of the invitation.

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