Campus Research Connections
Campus Research Connections is a quarterly event that provides an opportunity to hear from and talk with UW Bothell faculty who are making advances in research, scholarship and creative practice.
The Zeitgeist and Me - Jeanne Heuving, Ph.D.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019, 6-8PM | Hugo House, Seattle
Presented by UW Bothell Office of Research.
The zeitgeist, loosely translated as “the spirit of the age,” was once a popular term to evaluate directions in experimental and avant-garde art, but now largely has fallen into disuse. In this talk, Dr. Heuving, resurrects this term, so steeped in the past that its nostalgia provides an apt platform for discussing her work—in step and out of step with defining ventures of her time.
As a scholar and creative writer, Dr. Heuving has been committed to thinking through the protracted gestures and ephemeral possibilities of her peers and her own work. Dr. Heuving discusses how her earliest work was called into existence through the infectious, alienated voices of the experimental fiction of the 1970’s before finding in poetry and cross genre writing a set of possibilities apart from these voices.
Her recently published book The Transmutation of Love and Avant-Garde Poetics explores a revisioning in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries of the exalted tradition of Western love poetry, millennia in the making, such that its male and heterosexual proclivities are bypassed. In between is a protracted period of Incapacity, a condition she at once courts and that delivers its own fist to cuffs. She concludes with “what now?” talking about her soon to be published prose and poetry work, Mood Indigo.
Hugo House: A Place for Writing
1634 11th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
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Campus Research Connections - Past Events
Please feel free to look over past events, and we hope to see you at the next one.
The Present and Possible Futures of Brain Health
November 13, 2018, Chateau Ste. Michelle
The health of our brain is on most of our minds. This most vital organ is prone to a variety of diseases and disorders, with a range of efficacy in their treatment. Speakers Pierre D. Mourad, PhD., Aaron E. Bunnell, MD., and Jesse Harper offered a brief review of brain problems and opportunities along with current and anticipated solutions.
Presented by UW Bothell Office of Research and UW Bothell Office of Alumni Engagement and Philanthropy
Read More about the 2018 Fall CRC...
Nursing and Public Health:
Speed Networking Event
May 17, 2018, Edmonds Center for the Arts.
This event focused on providing a community platform for partners in nursing and public health. Moderated by DJ Wilson, there were short talks to follow by Sandra Solano-Huber and Shari L. Dworkin, Ph.D., M.S.. A networking session followed fostering collaborative partnerships, and a space to discover others' talent and passions within the health field.
Presented by UW Bothell Office of Research, UW Bothell/Cascadia College Library, and UW Bothell Community Based Learning & Research.
Facing a New Era of Cybersecurity
March 29, 2018, Chateau Ste. Michelle
As large scale data breaches become more commonplace, what can you do to assess and improve your protection against loss both at home and at work? Addressing this societal problem will require individuals to examine their expectations of personal privacy. This event featured a moderated multi-media program with Scott David and research areas of four Assistant Professors researching areas in cybersecurity and the Internet of Things.
Presented by UW Bothell Office of Research and UW Bothell Office of Alumni Engagement and Philanthropy. Read more about the 2018 March CRC...
A Sense of Place: Our Rapidly Urbanizing Environment
Warren Gold, with panelists Jennifer Atkinson, Caren Crandell and other longtime Bothell residents, discussed what it means to have a “sense of place” — both today and during the city’s early history.
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Bothell City Hall
The Story of Our Water
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Robert Turner and community partners from the Sno-King Watershed Council and the City of Bothell talked about the health of the waters in our local streams.
Community Interest Link
Communities and developers can reduce runoff quantity, protect water quality, and conserve water by developing compactly, preserving ecologically critical open space, and using green infrastructure strategies.
Sharing the Habitat of Home
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
David Stokes, UW Bothell conservation biologist, presented a rewilding framework that focuses on the habitat value of the places we live, work, and play. By raising the prominence of habitat value in our community, we can recover the health of our environment and improve our own quality of life. Bruce Blackburn, Senior Planner with the city of Bothell, discussed legal, policy and planning mechanisms that can help bring about habitat conservation and restoration at the local level.