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11th Annual Research Fellows Colloquium

October 15, 2019 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Jack & Florence Ferman Presentation Room
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The Office of the Provost cordially invites you to come hear our distinguished faculty speak about their research.  Panel moderated by Katherine Dabbour, Associate Dean, Oviatt Library. Read more about the Academic Affairs Research Fellows Program.

Featured Speakers

  • Dr. Christoph Schaal (Mechanical Engineering at the College of Engineering and Computer Science) - Advancing Ultrasonics Knowledge for the Development of Next-Generation Applications
  • Dr. Lissa Stapleton (Deaf Studies at the Michael D. Eisner College of Education) - Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Black Deaf Education: the Critical Relationship Between Space and Time
  • Dr. Dmitry Rachmanov (Music at the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media and Communication) - Research and Preparation of a Scholarly Performance Edition of the Scriabin Twenty-Four Preludes, Op. 11 for publication as an Alfred Masterworks Edition
  • Dr. Hui (Jimmy) Xie (Recreation and Tourism Management at the College of Health and Human Development) - Latino Mother's Perception of Grandparent's Support for Grandchildren’s Leisure Time Physical Activity (LPTA)
  • Dr. Anaïs Valiquette L'Heureux (Criminology and Justice Studies at the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences) - California's Risks and Crises Prevention Effectiveness
  • Dr. Ana Sanchez-Munoz (Chicana/o Studies at the College of Humanities) - Language Resistance: Spanish Language Use and its Impact on Two Southwestern Communities
  • Dr. Sigalit Ronen (Management at the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics) - Secure-Based Leadership: Development and Validation of a Theory-Based Measure

Learn more about the Research Fellows Program

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Parking is $8.00. For more information about parking please see Visitor Information.

To arrange assistance for persons with disabilities, including interpreters for deaf and hard of hearing persons, please call (818) 677-2638 in advance of the event.