Each semester, the Center for the Study of Diversity hosts brown bag sessions. These informal presentations allow for sharing of recent and ongoing research related to diversity on campus and in the community. Some presenters are recipients of CSD Research Grants; others are Faculty Scholars and other campus partners. All sessions are held in the Faculty Commons (116 Pearson) from 12:30 - 1:45 pm. Bring your lunch and hear about diversity-related research!
September 13, 2018
Xinhui Jiang and Busra Soylemez,
doctoral students in Political Science & International Relations
'Diversity Beyond Students: Families of International Students as Part of the Campus Community"
October 25, 2018
doctoral student in Psychological & Brain Sciences, co-founder of Project Brain Light
"Optimizing Outreach: From School Visits to STEM Festivals, How Can Enthusiasm for Science Most Effectively be Sparked and Sustained?"
November 8, 2018
Ryan Beveridge, Director of the Center for Training, Evaluation, and Community Collaboration, Associate Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences
Stevie Grassetti, post-doctoral researcher, Center for Training, Evaluation, and Community Collaboration
"BRIDGE Psychology: The Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences' efforts to develop, recruit, and support under-represented scholars at UD and in the field at large"