Urbana Campus Research Calendar
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March 9th guest speaker Dr. Catherine J. Murphy is the Larry R. Faulkner Endowed Chair in Chemistry and Head of the Department of Chemistry and will discuss her research on inorganic nanomaterials applications and the chemical interactions these nanomaterials have with their surroundings.
The COVID-19 pandemic and current political upheavals have triggered a general state of anxious ‘doomscrolling’ of social media and 24-hour online news. Reading this experience alongside Don DeLillo’s The Silence (2020), Professor Salisbury’s talk takes as its starting point the insight of the phenomenological psychiatrist Eugene Minkowski (1933) that much mental...
Lee Skallerup Bessette, Katia Bowers, Maria Cecire, Quinn Dombrowski, Anouk Lang, and Roopika Risam, will present “Tropes and Tribulations: Exploring Computational Text Analysis with the Data-Sitters Club” as part of The Center for Children's Books (CCB) 2020-2021 Speaker Series.
YMCA Friday Forum Series: March 12 | "Algorithms of Oppression – Data Discrimination" Speaker: Dr. Safiya Noble, The University of California Los Angeles Description: In the midst of an unprecedented pandemic, many of us are using technology more than ever before. The world of technology opens many doors for global connection, but does it also come with consequence
The Intersections of Indigenous Knowledge and Archaeology series is intended to center Indigenous voices, increase awareness of the deep Native histories of the Eastern Woodlands, and amplify the experiences and research of Indigenous scholars and leaders.
YMCA Friday Forum Series: March 19 | "How Data is Used in Immigrant Surveillance and Management" Speaker: Daniel Gonzalez, UIUC Description: In the midst of an unprecedented pandemic, many of us are using technology more than ever before. The world of technology opens many doors for global connection, but does it also come with consequences?
Sarah Park Dahlen (MS '09, PhD '09 iSchool), associate professor at St. Catherine University, will present, "Advocacy and Infographics: Doing the Work for Diversity in Youth Literature and Librarianship," as part of the Center for Children's Books 75th Anniversary Celebration speaker series.
Panel discussion on partner-seeking, relationships, and wellbeing. Panelists include Professor Ryan Wade (School of Social Work) and Professor Brian Ogolsky (Human Development and Family Studies).
YMCA Friday Forum Series: March 26th | "Exploring Equity and Power in Online Learning Environments" Speaker: Dr. Virginia Byrne, Morgan State University Description: In the midst of an unprecedented pandemic, many of us are using technology more than ever before. The world of technology opens many doors for global connection, but does it also come with consequences
Lulewicz will discuss her research addressing environmental change related to the Little Ice Age (starts ca. AD 1200), economic strategies, sociopolitical and socioeconomic organization at the Calusa sites of Pineland and Mound Key in southwest Florida.