As part of Women's History Month, Wendy Hoofnagle will give a presentation on her work concerning the history of women's medecine and the male takeover that occurred in the late Middle Ages.
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Join the Women's and Gender Studies Program for Galentine's Day. Decorate cookies and make bracelets to celebrate the importance of friendship.
“Immigrant Communities in the Cedar Valley” will be presented by the Immigrant Advocates Group, Waterloo.
Kimberly Baker, sociology, anthropology and criminology, will facilitate the panel discussion "Men of Color, Mental Health, and the Correctional System." Topics include:
- How can men of color be assisted by mental health counseling during and after their sentences?
- How do men of color (in disproportionate numbers) get into the correctional system in the first place? Is there a disciplinary pipeline?
- How can mental health counseling serve as a reasonable and useful intervention tool?
Panelists will be Tom Eachus, director, Black Hawk-Grundy Mental Health Center; David Goodson, MSW, civil rights activist; Bill Tate, Dept., of Correctional Services, Black Hawk County; and Cora Turner, associate superintendent of Waterloo Schools.
The UNI Women's and Gender Studies Program will celebrate 40 years on campus at the CME's First Friday event. The event will feature Phyllis Baker, former WGS faculty member and director, and a performance by UNI graduate Terry Stevens. Food, music and photo opportunities will be included.
This presentation led by Susan Etscheidt, special education, will focus on achieving the ethical ideals of autonomy, beneficence and justice in research with students with disabilities. Several propositions and proposals will be presented. Registration is required. Fits Part A for Ethics in Scholarship certification.
Darwin Week lecture by Helen Harton. Registration is not required for this event. Fits Part A for Ethics in Scholarship certification.
Hands-on workshop by alumna Katherine Corker, an active member of and liaison for the Open Science Framework (OSF), an online project sharing and collaboration initiative developed by the nonprofit Center for Open Science. Corker will introduce the OSF and demonstrate how to set up and manage your research activities in the system as well as use it for data sharing and communications across research teams. Registration is required. Faculty and graduate students involved in research are particularly encouraged to attend. Fits Part A for Ethics in Scholarship certification.
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.
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.