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  • Oct
    25
    CSD Brown Bag Session: Andrew Garcia "Optimizing Outreach: From School Visits to STEM Festivals, How Can Enthusiasm for Science Most Effectively Be Sparked and Sustained?”
    Oct. 25th, 12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
    Faculty Commons

    More details will follow.

    Join the Center for the Study of Diversity for its fall 2018 Brown Bag Sessions.

    When? Select Thursdays, 12:30-1:45

    Where? Faculty Commons, 116 Pearson Hall

    What? Informal presentations of diversity-related research

    Why? Learn, discuss, and build collaborations

     

     
  • Nov
    1
    CSD Colloquium: Yasser Payne "Street Participatory Action Research: Doing Research and Activism in The Streets of Wilmington"
    Nov. 1st, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
    Ewing Room, Perkins Student Center

    The Center for the Study of Diversity (CSD) continues its colloquium series featuring faculty scholars associated with the CSD. These talks highlight work that provides the "scholarship that drives diversity practice” and provide the opportunity for the UD community to learn about and from this important scholarship. This series is aimed toward an audience of UD diversity allies, faculty and staff.

     

    Associate Professor Yasser Payne

    Sociology & Criminal Justice

     

    Dr. Payne will present an overview of his Street Participatory Action Research (Street PAR) program in Wilmington, Delaware. Dr. Payne has completed one major community-level study on violence in the Eastside and Southbridge neighborhoods; and is presently conducting a community-level Street PAR study with Christiana Care Hospital on violence in the Northside and Westside neighborhoods. His colloquium presentation will also focus on recruitment and training of Street PAR Associates; and the organization of a multi-method community-level design grounded in survey and qualitative methodology. To date, Dr. Payne and his colleagues have published and presented on street identified Black men and women's experiences with violence, well-being, police, employment, work or employment and reentry in Wilmington. His presentation will also underscore the use of the arts for action or activism.    

     

     
  • Nov
    8
    CSD Brown Bag Session: Ryan Beveridge and Stevie Grassetti “BRIDGE Psychology: The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences' efforts to develop, recruit, and support under-represented scholars at UD and in the field at large”
    Nov. 8th, 12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
    Faculty Commons

    More details will follow.

    Join the Center for the Study of Diversity for its fall 2018 Brown Bag Sessions.

    When? Select Thursdays, 12:30-1:45

    Where? Faculty Commons, 116 Pearson Hall

    What? Informal presentations of diversity-related research

    Why? Learn, discuss, and build collaborations

     

     
  • Dec
    6
    CSD Research Colloquium: Kassra Oskooii
    Dec. 6th, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    Collins Room, Perkins Student Center

    The Center for the Study of Diversity (CSD) continues its colloquium series featuring faculty scholars associated with the CSD. These talks highlight work that provides the "scholarship that drives diversity practice” and provide the opportunity for the UD community to learn about and from this important scholarship. This series is aimed toward an audience of UD diversity allies, faculty and staff.

    Assistant Professor Kassra Oskooii

    Political Science & International Relations

    Details will follow for this event in the Center for the Study of Diversity’s 2018-2019 Colloquium Series.

     
  • Apr
    18
    CSD Research Colloquium: Barret Michalec
    Apr. 18th, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
    TBA

    Details will follow for this event in the Center for the Study of Diversity’s 2018-2019 Colloquium Series.

     

     
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