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Graduate Student Research Series 

Spring 2019

2/8, 1:30–2:45 PM Queering Dualisms: Re-thinking Identity, Power and Priorities as a Higher Ed Professional and Student. A conversation with Kaitlin Legg, doctoral candidate in UNF's Educational Leadership program, and director, UNF LGBT Resource Center. Building 4/Room 1701

 

3/8, 1:30–2:45 PM Perspectives on Graduate Studies at UNF. A conversation with Kelly Begnoche, Master of Education in School Counseling (and 2015 International Studies graduate); Francie Corrigan, Master of Public Health (MPH); and Gabriela Negron-Hoover, Master of Arts in International Affairs. Building 4/Room 1701

Fall 2018     

10/12, 1:30–2:45 PM You Can Go Your Own Way: Topics about Death, Dying, and Self-Determination. Wendy Campbell, candidate in the Master of Social Work program. Building 51/Room 1102.

 

 11/9, 1:30–2:45 PM Does Money Really Buy Happiness? Looking Beyond GDP in Search of an Alternative Measure for National Success. Sean D. Lahav, candidate in the Masters of Public Administration program. Building 51/Room 1102. 

 

Spring 2018

2/9, 1:30–2:45 PM Bringing Local History to Life: From Archives to Interviews. A research talk by Imani Phillips of the UNF Master of Arts in History program. Building 42/Room 2120 

  

3/2, 1:30–2:45 PM Religion and Revolution in Nicaragua: 1979-1989. A research talk by Stephanie Worley of the UNF Master of Arts in International Affairs program. Building 42/Room 2120  

 

4/6, 1:30–2:45 PM Visualizing Refugee Jacksonville. A conversation about a digital project that is documenting the experience of the local refugee community, with collaborators Natalie Holland (International Studies), Sarah Lynch (International Studies/Spanish), and Chris Wilson (International Studies, 2017). Building 42/Room 2120  

 

Fall 2017

9/15, 1:30–2:45 PM  Cultural Competency: How Culture Affects Health Mary Bishop, Master of Public Health program. Building 2/Room 2002.

 

10/13, 1:30–2:45 PM  The Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Attack as an International Threat 

Faustina Moraís, Master of Science in Computer and Information Sciences program. Building 2/Room 2002. 

 

11/17, 1:30–2:45 PM Graduate Student Research Panel. 

 

 "Finding the Constitutional Right to Water and the EnviroRights Map," Trevor Cheatham, Master of Arts in International Affairs

 

"Invisible Wounds: A Look at Save the Children's Efforts to Combat the Psychological Effects of War on Syrian Children," Caitlyn Roykovich, Master in Public Administration

 

"Liberation Theology in Nicaragua: The U.S. Response to Religion n the Sandinista Revolution," Stephanie Worley, Master of Arts in International Affairs

 

Moderator: Alison Bruey, associate professor of history

 

Presented as part of the inaugural International Research Symposium. Building 58W/Room 3703.

Spring 2017 

 4/7, 1:30-2:45 PM   Hard Copy versus #Hashtag: Examining the Channels of Terrorist Propaganda Evan Copello, Master of Science in Psychological Science program. Building 2/Room 2002.