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Curious & Creative Conversation Series

Wednesday, March 6, 2024 10am to 10:50am

+ 2 dates

  • Wednesday, March 20, 2024 10am to 10:50am
  • Wednesday, April 3, 2024 10am to 10:50am

Reed Library, Fredonia, NY 14063
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Join us for the "Curious & Creative Conversation Series" (sponsored by the Office of Student Creative Activity and Research) on selected Wednesdays this Spring from 10-10:50am in the Garden at Reed Library!

On Wednesday, February 21 (10-10:50am) we’ll feature these three faculty members:

  • Thomas Hegna (GEO): “Silica and Slime”
  • Elizabeth Mahar (PSY): "A Randomized Controlled Trial of Two Online Treatments for Women with Sexual Difficulties”
  • Rebecca Warren (MUTY): “Ableism in Music Therapy”

On Wednesday, March 6 (10-10:50am) we’ll feature these three faculty members:

  • Michael Aiello (CRMJ) - “Experimental Storytelling: Using Vignettes to Better Understand Police Recruitment”
  • Mojtab Seyedian (BUAD) - “Remote Work and its Impact on Business”
  • Mary Beth Sievens (HIST) - TBD

On Wednesday, March 20 (10-10:50am) we’ll feature these three faculty members:

  • Lee Golembiewski (PSY): “Experiences of Sexual Minority College Students: Mental Health and Social Support”
  • Matthew Purtill (GEO): “You Found What? 500-Year-Old Poop & Precontact Native American Sanitation Practice”
  • So-Jin Yu (ACCT): TBD

On Wednesday, April 3 (10-10:50am) we’ll feature these three faculty members:

  • Quintin Gleim (ARTS): “Illustrating Imaginative Realism”
  • Angela McGowan-Kirsch (COMM): TBD
  • Ray Rushboldt (POLI): “Voting & Place: Where You Live & Political Behavior”

Each event will feature three faculty members from diverse fields/disciplines. They will each share a "10-minute lightning talk" about their scholarship/creative work. Then the three will explore intersections of their work, followed by a Q&A session. 

What are the processes involved in and outcomes resulting from scholarship and creative activity in various fields? Join us to find out! REGISTER:

Event Details

  • Susan McGee
  • Gabriella M O'Brien

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