This two-and-a-half day retreat (May 4-6, 2016) will facilitate completing and submitting a research manuscript. All UC full-time female faculty in NSF STEM disciplines are eligible to participate. The registration deadline is March 1.
Janice Walker, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Xavier University, will discuss her research, successes, lessons learned in academia, and tips for promotion and career advancement. RSVP for the Breakfast & networking happy hour.
The heavily glaciated St. Elias Mountains in Alaska constitute a perfect natural laboratory to study the tectonic processes and climate-driven surface processes and their interaction over million year time scales. Reservations Required. Call 556-4154 or email email@example.com. Buffet lunch served – 11:30 am, Speaker – Noon.
Luz J. Martinez-Miranda, Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Maryland, will present, “Modified Coffee Rings for 1D Conductivity” on March 3 @ 4 PM in 301 Braunstein Hall.
Ken Ramos, Associate Vice President for Precision Health Sciences at the University of Arizona, will present, “On the Intersection between Genes, Environment, and Precision Medicine: A Story of LINEs” on April 6 @ 10 AM in the Kehoe Auditorium, Kettering Building
Dr. Sanders is an Assistant Professor of International Affairs in the Department of Political Science. Her research lies at the intersection of international law, international security, and human rights. Her current project examines the complex and often contradictory role of legal and normative constraints in shaping contentious post-9/11 American interrogation, detention, and surveillance practices.