The College of Applied Science and Technology invites alumni to the 11th Annual Science & Technology Week April 18-21.

Speakers during the week will focus on global issues addressing disciplines found within the college. Visit for more information.

7:30 p.m., Monday, April 18
Bone Student Center Old Main Room

Crop Protection Research Institute Director Leonard Gianessi from the CropLife Foundation will speak on the “Global Impact of Herbicides.”

7:30 p.m., Tuesday April 19
Bone Student Center Circus Room

Illinois State Department of Criminal Justice Sciences Chair Jacqueline Schneider will present “Sharkwater.”

7 p.m., Wednesday April 20
Bone Student Center Braden Auditorium

Wildlife biologist and Emmy winning television host Jeff Corwin will give the keynote address “100 Heartbeats.” Corwin is also a special correspondent on science and the environment for NBC.

7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 21
Bone Student Center Old Main Room

West Virginia University Professor Andrew Hawkins will present “Two Cheers for Technicized Distance Education.”