Upcoming Colloquia

Come listen to a selection of talks by graduate students from a range of disciplines, and see what other research is going on around the university.

The talks should be approximately 20 minutes and should begin by explaining the field for a non-specific audience.
The use of PowerPoint or some form of visual aid is highly recommended!

There will as be plenty of time for food, socializing, and questions following the talks.

Spring 2016

Tuesday, March 1st, 12-2pm, LBC - Kendall Cram

Kate Elfer, Biomedical Engineering, "Creation of a Pseudo HE Fluorescent Stain for Digital Pathology"

Jonathan Slaughter, French and Italian, "Transnational Interpretation: The Future of Literature as Anti-Discipline"

Tuesday, March 29th, 6-8 pm, LBC - Rechler

Shannon Stewart, Interdisciplinary Dance Performance, "THE RELATIVE BEING WHAT IT IS AND CONTEXT BEING EVERYTHING: Choreographic attempts to unwind hegemonic femininity"

Claire Noonan, Psychology, "6-Month-Olds’ Scanning of Distinct Infant-Directed Messages."

Tuesday, April 26th, 6-8 pm, LBC - Rechler

Moses Oguntoye, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, "Applying vertically aligned carbon nanotubes to energy generation and storage systems"

Jenny Phillips, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, "How do birds adapt communication behaviors to their soundscape, and what are the functional consequences?"

Past Colloquia