Events

Oct
22

An Empire for Freedom: African American Civil Rights and Chinese Immigration in the Nineteenth-Century American West

In the 1850s and 1860s, hundreds of African American abolitionists and civil rights activists migrated to California, Oregon, and British Columbia.  As they fought for their own citizenship rights, these Pacific black activists debated whether they should welcome Chinese…
Oct
24

CPHHS Research Seminar

"Animal Assisted Adapted Physical Activity for Children with Motor Disabilities" Wendy Baltzer, DVM, PhD, DACVS, Associate Professor, College of Veterinary Sciences; Monique Udell, PhD, Assistant Professor, College of Agricultural Sciences; Megan MacDonald, PhD, Assistant Professor, College of Public…
Oct
27

Storytelling, Religion and the Contours of Well-Being

It is through stories that most of us not only make sense of the world, but also of ourselves. In this presentation, I tell a story that begs the question of possibility.  It begins with the…
Oct
28

Artist and Photographer John Hilliard speaks at La Sells Stewart

Since the Sixties, artists producing work of a transient nature (perhaps made for a specific site, for…
Oct
30

Professor Silas Cook Seminar

The Search for Efficiency in Synthesis: From Natural Products to…
Oct
31

Cultivating a STEM-Ready Society

Join us for a lively discussion with Dr. Storksdieck, Director of the Center for Research on Lifelong STEM Learning.  The complex problems we face in the 21st century revolve around STEM-related issues. Resolving them will require…
Oct
31

From Big Data to Big Statistics

John Sall, Co-founder and Executive Vice President of SAS to discuss how to analyze Big Data in meaningful, streamlined ways. As he explains: “From a wide view of Big Data, there are simply too many things…
Oct
31

SPS Fall 2014 Colloquium Series

 Dr. Jason Silveria, Music - Physiological responses to music performance errors  Please join us on select Fridays this Fall term for a series of exciting talks by the faculty and affiliates of the School of Psychological…
Nov
07

People Matter: The Role of Affect and Relationship in Student Engagement

As one of the first points of entry for students in the academic world, faculty can become some of the most influential figures in a student’s college experience. In the larger picture of student engagement, faculty can also…
Nov
14

SPS Fall 2014 Colloquium Series

Dr.Shawn Roe, Science & Mathematics Education - Instrumenting a museum for learning sciences research; The Cyberlaboratory at Hatfield Marine Science Center Please join us on select Fridays this Fall term for a series of exciting talks…
Nov
18

Dept. of Biochemistry & Biophysics: Tsoo King Lecture

Ed Chapman is a HHMI investigator focusing on the dynamics of membrane transport from the Dept. of Neuroscience at the University of Wisconsin.  Dr. Chapman will give a public lecture on new findings on the transport of Botox to…

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