There is much talk these days about the "reproducibility crisis" in science, but what does it mean and why is everyone so concerned about it? Corker will provide an overview of the national and international conversation taking place on this issue, share information on research taking place to assess the problem and offer potential approaches for addressing it. Registration is required. Faculty and graduate students involved in research are encouraged to attend. Fits Part A for Ethics in Scholarship certification.
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Graduate College Brown Bag Lecture by Helen Harton. She will share the results from the student and faculty study conducted by the Center for Academic Ethics last spring, which surveyed students and faculty members on their perceptions of the UNI student academic ethics policy and the frequency of various cheating behaviors in the classroom and other scholarly activities. Registration is not required for this event. Fits Part B for Ethics in Scholarship certification.
The Center for Violence Prevention will host a screening of “Audrie & Daisy,” a Netflix documentary about sexual assault. It premiered at Sundance in January 2016, and was purchased by Netflix in September. The film includes the stories of two American high school students, Audrie Pott and Daisy Coleman, who were sexually assaulted and subjected to abuse and cyber-bullying following the assaults. The documentary covers the outcomes of the cases through time, social media, court documents and police investigations. The screening is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Alan Heisterkamp at 319-273-3545 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ROTC will host a short program honoring our nation's veterans by the 2nd Lieutenant Hibb's Memorial.
ROTC will host a Veterans Day Battalion Run.
Members of the Cedarloo Deaf community will be on a panel. Panelists will include those who have grown up deaf, grew up a hearing Child Of Deaf Adults (CODA) and a speaker from Deaf Iowans Against Abuse (DIAA). Admission is $10 for non-ASL Club member; free admission for children 10 years or younger.
Catherine McGillivray, languages and literatures, will present “From ‘Talking Cure’ to ‘Gender as a Soft Assembly’: A Brief History of the Contributions of Women to Psychoanalysis.” The event is free and open to the public.
Julie Husband, Languages and Literatures, will present “Frederick Douglass’s Oratory and Political Leadership.” The event is free and open to the public.
Charles Holcombe, Konrad Sadkowski and Fernando Calderón, history department, will present “Roundtable: Perspectives on Doing History in a Global Age.” The event is free and open to the public.