In conjunction with Homecoming celebrations, the NNU School of Science and Mathematics will present a guest lecture from alumnus Dr. Reginald Finger Thursday, Nov. 4. Dr. Finger has spent the past four years researching embryo adoption, and will be presenting the scientific and bioethical issues involved. Joining him will be NNU faculty member Dr. Mark Gismondi, who will share he and his wife Tammy’s personal experience with embryo adoption.
Dr. Finger graduated from NNU in 1976, and then went on to study at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He is trained in public health and preventive medicine and has spent the greater part of his career in local and state public health.
Members of the community are welcome to attend. The presentation will begin at 3:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 4, and will be located in the Jackson Lecture Hall of the Thomas Family Health & Science Center.