Stevenson Hall 417
Friday, January 25 – 12:30-2:00 p.m. –Dr. Stephen Tucker and Dr. Nicholas Hindy head a collaboration between the Embodied Mathematics Education Research Group (EMERG) and the Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory (CogMem) lab. Featuring work by Lindsey Smith, Manal Zafar, Kugen Naidoo, Maame Safowa-Geary, Suryra Rajan Selvam, and Manzura Ibragimova.
Friday, February 15, 12:30-2:00 – Frank Kelderman: “Writing Omaha Childhood: Orality, Literacy, and Indigenous Childhood in Susette LaFlesche’s Magazine Writings ”
Friday, March 22, 12:30-2:00 – Katie Humrick: “Student Understanding of Genetics and Genome Editing Technology”
Friday, April 19, 12:30-2:00 – Tiffany Dillard-Knox: “Coded in Black and White: An Analysis of Racialized Language in the United States”
And we have two special events:
Friday and Saturday, April 12-13 – Handwriting symposium organized by Mark Mattes
Friday, March 1 – Third-Year Anniversary Celebration
More details to come on these future events.
Hope to see you all there!
Please mark your calendars! All workshops will be held in Stevenson 417. Abstracts are available here.
Friday, September 14, 12:30-1:30 pm
“Automatic Speech Recognition for Endangered Languages”
Dr. Hilaria Cruz, Department of Comparative Humanities
Tuesday, October 2, 11:30-1 pm
“Design of Research Tools based on Semiotics and Visual Resources”
Professor Dora Ivonne Alvarez Tamayo, University of Puebla
Friday, October 19, 12:30-2 pm
“The Question of Race in Personalized Medicine: An Analysis of the Use of Racial Categories in Pharmacogenomic Research”
Eve Polley, PhD student, Department of Comparative Humanities
Friday, November 30, 12:30-2 pm
“Black Affirmations and Ironies of Progress in Joel Christian Gill’s Strange Fruit”
Dr. Karen Chandler, Department of English