The UNI Outstanding Graduate Paper on Gender award winner will discuss his or her paper. The presentation is free and open to the public. The location and title of the winning paper will be announced.
Executive Vice President and Provost
The Current Research on Women and Gender (CROW) Forum features Kim Baker, sociology, anthropology and criminology, presenting "And then she met this moron: Gendered Narratives in Addiction-Themed Reality Television Shows." The presentation is free and open to the public.
Oksana Matvienko, HPELS, will discuss "Qualitative Analysis of Dietary Behaviors in Picture Book fiction for 4 to 8 Years Olds."
"Forgotten Genius," in celebration of Black History Month, the NOVA documentary on the life of African American Chemist Percy Julian will be shown.
UNI education faculty will discuss the nature and limitations of education research, including within and for the teacher education enterprise.
A documentary featuring a Q&A with film director Kevin Kelley and UI Museum of Art director Sean O’Harrow.
Andrew Hartman, associate professor of history at Illinois State University, will present "The Culture Wars: The New Left and the Rise of the Neoconservatives in America." Hartman will discuss how the radical political mobilizations of the 1960s gave rise to a group of reactionaries who came to be called "neoconservatives." Contact Jerry Soneson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 273-6221 for more information.
The Current Research on Women & Gender (CROW) Forum features Michelle Tichy, educational psychology and foundations, speaking about "Care, Connectedness and Motivation: Keys to Supporting At-Risk Girls." The presentation is free and open to the public.