The Power of Peers:  The Development of Recent Immigrant Youth's Behavioral Engagement

Professor Naila Smith, Department of Psychology

September 19, 2017

Faculty Research Lunch
Professor Ellen Gray
Department of Music
"From Song to Street:  Registering Protest in Crisis Portugal"
Althouse 201
Noon-1:00pm

October 24, 2017

Faculty Research Lunch
Professor Eric Vazquez
American Studies Department
"The Caravan of the Mutilated:  Disability, Transnational Protest , and the Remittance Form
Stern 102
Noon-1:00pm

October 30, 2017

Reproductive Health and Reproductive Justice Panel
Professor Katie Oliviero
Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Department
Denny Hall 317
5:00-6:30pm

November 30, 2017

Faculty Research Lunch
Professor Megan Yost
Psychology Department and Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Department
"Transprejudice: How Beliefs About Gender Differences Relate to Prejudice Against Transwomen"
Stern 102
Noon-1:00pm

February 20, 2018

Faculty Research Lunch
Professor Nikki Dragone
American Studies Department
"Mary Kathryn Nagle's Plays as Sites of Activism for the Reclamation and Resurgence of Native Sovereignty"
Location: Stern 102
Noon-1:00pm

March 29, 2018

Faculty Research Lunch
Professor Naila Smith
Psychology Department
"The Power of Peers:  The Development of Recent Immigrant Youths' Behavioral Engagement"
Location:  Althouse 106
Noon-1:00pm

April 17, 2018

Faculty Research Lunch
Professor Amy McKiernan
Philosophy Department
"Blame, Empathy, and Mass Incarceration"
Location:  Stern 102
Noon-1:00pm

April 19, 2018

ROWGS Symposium
Research on Women, Gender and Sexuality by Students
Stern Great Room
4:30pm - dinner to follow
Research on Women, Gender and Sexuality by Students Symposium