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Research That Relates: Talking About Your Research and Why it Matters. LIB 100 APPROVED!
April 11, 2018
Date and TimeWednesday, April 11, 2018
5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
- Kirkhof Center » RM 2204 - Pere Marquette
5:00 PM (doors open at 4:30 PM with Hors D’oeuvres)
2204 Pere Marquette, Kirkhof Center
Discovery, innovation, and creation are ways in which Lakers can change the world, but only when shared with others! Telling your research story effectively (communicating your inspiration, your process, and the significance of your results) is the only way your work can really have an impact. In this session, faculty panelists will discuss how they communicate their research and scholarship with the community at large, and how their work informs business, public policy, local history, and government.
Janet Brashler, Anthropology
Merritt DeLano-Taylor, Biomedical Sciences
Rick Rediske, Annis Water Resources Institute
Michael Scantlebury, Hospitality & Tourism Management
Star Swift, Seidman College of Business-Management
Moderator: Mark Luttenton, Biology
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