[pccgrads] FW: Advocacy Research @ the Commons - A Scholars' Studio
Event, February 16th!
uwpcc at u.washington.edu
Mon Feb 13 15:21:22 PST 2017
ADVOCACY RESEARCH @THE COMMONS - A SCHOLARS' STUDIO EVENT
Thursday, February 16th, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Research Commons, Allen Library South, UW Seattle
Light foods and refreshments provided. This event is free!
The UW community is invited to attend this quarter's Scholars' Studio event!
8 Graduate Students will present rapid-fire, TED talk style presentations on
the theme of ADVOCACY. Scholars' Studio events are co-sponsored by the UW
Libraries Research Commons and Core Programs in the Graduate School.
Graduate Student presenters are from Communication, Social Work, Geography,
Environmental & Forest Sciences, Law, Linguistics, and Education--with an
opening presentation on the topic of digital scholarship from UW librarian.
Lightning talks will be followed by a Q&A and reception.
Advocacy as Digital Scholarship, Verletta Kern
Music Outreach Services & Digital Scholarship Librarian, UW Seattle
GRADUATE STUDENT PRESENTERS:
How Language Blurs Our Response to Sexual Violence, Carla Lopez-Wilkerson
Social Work, UW Tacoma
Digitizing and Queering the Historical LGBT Seattle Walking Tour, Julian
Geography, UW Seattle
Diversifying Music Education, Giuliana Conti
Music, UW Seattle
Are Early Childhood and Family Support Programs Effective for Teenage
Parents? A Meta-Analysis, Caroline F.D. Black
Education, UW Seattle
Advocating for Neglected Voices: Addressing Bias in Automatic Speech
Recognition, Rachael Tatman
Linguistics, UW Seattle
>From Tree to Biofuel, Chang Dou
Environmental and Forest Sciences, UW Seattle
Spreading the Bug: Promoting Community Level Advocacy in Africa, Francis
Law, UW Seattle
Performing Organization: How Personal Narratives Can Function in Recruitment
to Grassroots Social Movement Organizations, Nathan TeGrotenhuis
Communication, UW Seattle
To request disability accommodation, contact the
Disability Services Office at 206.543.6452 (voice), 206.543.6452 (TTY),
206.685.7264 (Fax) or dso at u.washington.edu (Email)
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