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Kate McDowell (MS '99, PhD '07), associate professor in the School of Information Sciences, will present, "Storytelling: From Story Times to Epistemological Information Divides," as part of the Center for Children's Books 75th Anniversary Celebration speaker series.
2021 will mark the first anniversary of COVID-19 in the United States and the 40th anniversary of HIV/AIDS. Yet both pandemics continue to affect our well-being and health. How might history help us move beyond oversimplified comparisons between the two, while showing us that health is always more than the absence of disease?
In this presentation, ISTC's Shantanu Pai engages with how his experiences at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point have not only allowed him to explore society's evolving relationship with these materials but also interact with the complex systems that have arisen as part of this material use.
YMCA Friday Forum Series: March 5 | "The Intersection of Black Culture and Technology" Speaker: Lamont Holden, TheLetterLBeats 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?
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.
Dr. Catherine J. Murphy, Larry R. Faulkner Endowed Chair in Chemistry and Head of the Department of Chemistry, will discuss her research on inorganic nanomaterials applications and the chemical interactions these nanomaterials have with their surroundings.