Urbana Campus Research Calendar
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Professor Assata Zerai (Professor of Sociology and Associate Chancellor for Diversity) will be presenting "Adoption of The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) and the mention of gender in constitutional nondiscrimination clauses in select African countries: law versus practice"
Equity, once viewed suspiciously as racially divisive and associated with the activism of social justice movements that academic purists disdain as “advocacy” work, is now being enthusiastically embraced within the academic scene.
Toxoplasma gondii, a protozoan parasite transmitted by cats, infects all animals, including a staggering one-third of the human population. The parasite persists in the host for life and has been associated with behavioral changes in rodents and linked to schizophrenia in humans. Sullivan presents promising new treatments that target the latent stage of T. gondi.
Part of the Illinois Computer Science Distinguished Lecture Series
Three Ph.D. students discuss their research.
University of Illinois Social Work is holding a year-long lecture series designed to meet the profession’s grand challenge of harnessing technology for social good. Registration is required for each date. These events are free and open to the public. Lunch is provided. Attendance is capped at 30 people per seminar. Register early to attend.