2016 CCOM Symposium
- Attucks: The School that Opened a City
- Clicks and Mortar
- Concussions Q&A and Screening of "Head Games" Documentary
- Ferguson, Baltimore, and Chicago: Reporting about Racial Inequality
- Jay Bilas: ESPN and March Madness
- Music Engineering in the Modern Digital World
- No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson
- Overcoming Challenges: Embracing Success in Life and on the Court
- The Conviction of the #Hashtag
- Why #BlackLivesMatter Matters
Concussions Q&A and Screening of "Head Games" Documentary
Tuesday, March 1 | 11:00 AM–2:00 PM | Johnson Room
Terry G. Horner, MD - Concussion Specialist and Former Neurosurgeon
Dr. Horner earned his bachelor’s and medical degrees from Indiana University. He is a board certified neurosurgeon. He retired from operative neurosurgery in 2009 and now confines his practice to the evaluation and management of sports concussion—treating all ages from grade school aged athletes to professional team consultation. He is a neurosurgical consultant to the Indianapolis Colts and covers Indiana University football. Dr. Horner is devoted to the education of athletes, parents, coaches, teachers, ATCs, physicians, and others associated with sports.
This session will feature a questions and answers with Dr. Horner, followed by a screening of the documentary Head Games, produced and directed by Steve James (who will be speaking and screening another documentary later in the day).