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The Office of Research is pleased to announce the speakers for the Fall 2011 Research-In-Progress Seminar series. Seminars will be held Tuesdays at 4 pm in LB1 205 (library).
“Leadership and Entrepreneurial Resilience.” Alan Boss, assistant professor, Business Program.
“The Financing Choices of American Consumers: The Influence of Cognitive Disposition, Material Values, and Quantitative Literacy.” Cinnamon Hillyard, assistant professor, interdisciplinary arts and sciences and Peter Nye, associate professor, Business Program.
Writing for Their Lives
Writing For Their Lives (WFTL) features writers and artists, for whom writing is a means of exploration and discovery. Writers read, and perform their works and engage in lively, probing conversations with the audience.
November 28, 8 p.m.
Tan Lin, Writer
UW Seattle, Simpson Center, Communications 206 Tan Lin is the author of Lotion Bullwhip Giraffe, Ambience is a Novel, Seven Controlled Vocabularies, and Obituary 2004. His work has been widely shown around the nation.
Interdisciplinart Arts and Sciences Research Colloquium
Join Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences faculty members for a monthly showcase of current research. The campus-community and the general public are invited to interact with faculty in conversations, gain a sense of how research practices shift as they move across disciplines and sectors, and think critically and creatively about the implications of different forms of research design.
December 6, 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Alda Kurian, Ph.D
The Politics of Hindutva South Asian Cinema
Save The Date! University of Washington Bothell Chancellor’s Reception
Friday, April 6 at Ste. Michelle Winery.
This annual event provides an opportunity for UW Bothell to thank its alumni and friends for their generous support of our students, programs and initiatives. We hope you will join us for this champagne reception, four-course dinner and silent auction. For more information contact email@example.com.