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This talk covers how living in racially segregated neighborhoods with high violence affects Black mothers’ mental and physical health, explore the cultural resources Black mothers rely on to survive, including women-centered networks and collective-coops, and finally explore public policy solutions that involve art, citizen scientists, public health campaigns, and more.
Dr. James Slotta, of the University of Toronto, will present 10 years' progress in researching and developing the Knowledge Community and Inquiry (KCI) model.
Robert S. Altman, PhD Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship Entrepreneur-In-Residence Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of Chicago “A Scientist Can Make a Great Entrepreneur”
Bicycle Touring Seminar Series - Coming- January - April, 2019 Seminars will be limited to 10 participants. There is a $10 per seminar registration fee. Save the Dates: January 30 - Tour Planning and Route Resources. February 27 - Gearing up! March - On-the-Road Mechanic's Clinic
Kingsley Boateng Senior Research Specialist, IGB Core Facilities "3D Alignment and Segmentation of TEM-like Images"
2019 David Gottlieb Memorial Lecture Paul Jensen, PhD Professor, Center for Marine Biotechnology and Biomedicine Scripps Institution of Oceanography UC San Diego "Natural Products and the Gene Cluster Revolution"
Join us for the opening reception of the IGB’s Art of Science 9.0, celebrating the common ground between science and art, comprising images from IGB’s research portfolio. This year’s exhibit takes place in a new venue and centers around a theme of comparisons.
Organized by the TiMe graduate student cohort, the third annual TiMe Day Symposium on April 26, 2019, will highlight research from the program, include keynote and plenary talks, and culminate with a poster session in which all graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to present their work.