Black History Month weekly brown bag lecture series
Noon to 1 p.m.
Vanderslice Hall reception room
This week's brown bag lunch speaker series features “Turbulence, Perspective & Opportunity: An Investor’s Guide,” a presentation by David Jackson, CFP, CMFC. Jackson has been a certified financial planner practitioner and financial advisor for Waddell & Reed for more than 16 years. Jackson has been featured on local and national media outlets seeking his financial expertise and is a regular contributor for NBC Action News’s “Call for Action.” Jackson has hosted a financial radio talk show and is a frequent contributor to the Kansas City Call, providing financial tips in the column, “Financial Matters.”
Epperson Auditorium Vanderslice Hall 4415 Warwick Blvd.
Using keepsake objects as a gateway to relationships, "Absence and Presence" explores the existence or non-presence of a thing as a means for communication about the human condition. The absence and presence of a thing will initiate, interrupt, and alter video and audio in a performance environment that is augmented by audience interaction.
The performance is a collaboration by David Steele Overholt, tyler galloway, and Andrew Seager Cole.