Public Lectures Hosted by Social Sciences
Brown Bag Lecture Series, Spring 2016
The Brown Bag Lecture Series is free and open to faculty, staff, students, and interested others. Bring your brown bag lunch, a drink, relax, and enjoy hearing and discussing current research by faculty in the School of Social Sciences at 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. in Stevenson 2011.
- February 16, 2016: Brian Gillespie, Sociology. Title: “What Keeps Passion Alive? Profiles of Sexually Satisfied versus Dissatisfied Men and Women”
- February 23, 2016: Lena McQuade, Women and Gender Studies. Title “Financing Free Birth Control: The Case of the Santa Fe Maternal Health Center (1937-1945)”
- March 8, 2016: Geryyann Olson, Psychology. Title: "Snail Mail: Obsolete, or a Reemerging Art Form?"
- March 22, 2016: Emily Asencio, Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies. Title: "Relationships between Housing Foreclosures and Youth Crime"
- March 29, 2016: Glenn Brassington, Psychology. Title: "Improving the Design of Mental Trainer iPhone Application to Better Meet the Training Needs of Users"
- April 12, 2016: Caroline Christian, Environmental Studies and Planning. Title: "Effects of Large Predators in Influencing the Prevalence of Lyme Disease"
- April 19, 2016: Eric Williams, Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies. Title: "Critical Thinking for CJ Professionals and Students"
- April 26, 2016: Rheyna Laney, Geogrpahy and Global Studies. Title: "Gentrification in the Castro: A video for higher-ed classrooms"