Keuka College’s Wolf Tales Teed Up for New Season

The weekly series, which began on Sept. 6, features faculty and staff sharing stories of their personal experiences and adventures.

Friday, September 2, 2022

From a gap year of hiking to the secret life of a barbecue judge, Keuka College’s Wolf Tales speaker series returns this fall with an eclectic and interesting roundup of stories.

The informal talks, which are held Tuesdays from 12:30-1:30 p.m. at the College’s Writing Center in Room 107 of Hegeman Hall, are free and open to students, faculty, and staff.

September’s lineup features:

Sept. 6: “Gap Year: Taking the Road Less Traveled”

Mental Health Counselor Matt Kois talks about the year he spent camping and hiking in national parks.

Sept. 13: “My Secret Life as a Barbecue Judge”

Assistant Professor of Business Administration Mark McNaney will share the secrets behind judging a barbecue competition – and what makes the difference between a good barbecue and a great one.

Sept. 20: “Procrastination Nation: Work/Life Balance and ADHD”

Assistant Professor of English Dr. Steve Kapica will discuss his later-in-life ADHD diagnosis and the experiences that have come with it.

Sept. 27: “A Little Bit of Martial and a Whole Lot of Art”

Dean of Experiential Learning & Career Engagement Ann Emo shares the thinking behind the movements in the world of Tae Kwon Do.

For questions or additional information, contact Catherine Agar, Keuka College’s director of the Writing Center and Student Tutoring, at [email protected] or 315-279-5108.