WINTER 2014 Schedule
BCUSP 290: Research-In-Action
Seminars are 45 minutes long, and held Fridays at 11 am (unless otherwise noted) in UW1-060.
"Philosophy in the Streets: Thought-in-Motion"
Speaker: Gary Kochhar-Lindgren, Ph.D., Professor and Associate Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Learning
Date: January 10th
"Give me your tired, your poor,... and your healthy?" Innovative Approaches to Test the Healthy Immigrant Effect.
Speaker: Butch de Castro, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Nursing and Health Studies Program
Date: January 17th
"Understanding the Impact of Economic Geography on U.S. Audit Markets: Promises and Challenges"
Speaker: Rajib Doogar, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Business
Date: Janurary 24th
"Pervasive Computing and Healthcare"
Speaker: Geetha Thamilarasu, Ph.D., ASsistant Professor, School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Date: February 7th
"Conducting Community Research with Community Action Organizations"
Speaker: Charles Collins, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Date: February 21st
"A Structural and Mechanistic Approach to Biochemistry Part 1. Nicking DNA and Gene Targeting Part 2. Thioesters: One of Nature's Most Reative Acyl Groups"
Speaker: Lori Robins, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Schience, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Date: February 28th
"Saving the Serengeti: Contested Narratives and Practices of Conservation and Tourism in Tanzania"
Speaker: Ben Gardner, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Dates: March 7