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    • Panel One: Power, Positionality, & Intersectionality 

      Faria, Caroline; Kato-Wallace, Jane; Van Houweling, Emily (Virginia Tech, 2019-02-28)
      Power, Positionality & Intersectionality - an interactive panel Moderator: Dr. Maria Elisa Christie, Director, Women and Gender in International Development, CIRED, Virginia Tech *Critical feminist reflexivity & the ...
    • Panel Three: Access: Markets & the Gendering of Environmental Systems 

      Jimenez, Elizabeth; Juran, Luke (Virginia Tech, 2019-03-01)
      Access: Markets, & the Gendering of Environmental Systems - an interactive panel Moderator: Dr. Ralph Hall, Associate Professor, Urban Affairs and Planning (UAP) program and Director of the Undergraduate Program, School ...
    • Panel Two: Gender & Nutrition-Responsive Agriculture 

      Rubin, Deborah; Miller, Beth; Flora, Cornelia (Virginia Tech, 2019-02-28)
      Gender & Nutrition-Responsive Agriculture - an interactive panel Moderator: Dr. George Norton, Professor, Agricultural and Applied Economics, Virginia Tech Strengthening women’s economic empowerment through agricultural ...
    • Passion of the Christ 

      King, Neal M. (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2012-01)
      Neal King discusses his new book: The Passion of the Christ, about the controversies surrounding the 2004 film of the same name. The Passion of the Christ was the cinematic event of 2004. In the year leading up to its ...
    • Places & Spaces Exhibit Lecture 

      Börner, Katy
      Dr. Katy Börner gives the opening lecture for the Places & Spaces: Mapping Science exhibit,, held in Newman Library, ...
    • Prognostications + Provocations #SAtech 

      Stoller, Eric (2013-11-11)
      Keynote Speaker Announcement The #SAtechVA planning committee is excited to officially announce that our Unconference Keynote Speaker will be Eric Stoller, Student Affairs and Technology blogger for Inside Higher Ed. About ...
    • Promoting Service Design as a Critical Lens within HCI 

      Zimmerman, John (2015-02-06)
      HCI has a history of adding critical lenses in reaction to the kinds of things it makes. It started with a narrow focus on usability and then added a user-centered design (UCD) lens in order create tools that made people ...
    • Protocols Related to Data 

      Krupar, Ellen
      In this presentation, Virginia Tech's College Librarian for Business, Ellen Krupar, discusses services offered by the University Libraries to help researchers better understand research protocols.
    • Purgatory 

      Mann, Jeff (2014-02-18)
    • Recognizing Women’s Needs: A Key in Agriculture Production and Food Security 

      Abaye, Azenegashe Ozzie (Virginia Tech Libraries, 2018-11-08)
      The Women and Gender in International Development discussion series offers an opportunity for scholars and practitioners to share their research and knowledge surrounding gender and international development. Dr. Ozzie ...
    • Reflections on the Action Assembly ANADP 

      Farquhar, Adam (2014-02-26)
      Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation: An Action Assembly Biblioteca de Catalunya (National Library of Catalonia) November 18-20, 2013, Barcelona, Spain
    • Resource Alignment ANADP 

      Grindley, Neil; Cramer, Tom; Schrimpf, Sabine; Wilson, Tom (2014-02-20)
      Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation: An Action Assembly Biblioteca de Catalunya (National Library of Catalonia) November 18-20, 2013, Barcelona, Spain
    • Robo-Sexism and Retro-Robotics in Japan 

      Robertson, Jennifer (2014-07-14)
      Jennifer Robertson is Professor of Anthropology and the History of Art at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She has a non-budgeted appointment in the Department of Women's Studies and in the School of Art and Design. ...
    • Romi Klinger Guest Celebrity Speaker 

      Klinger, Romi (2014-02-21)
      Celebrity Guest Speaker: Romi Klinger: Star of Showtime's The Real L Word (Diversity) TV and radio personality, Romi Klinger will share her struggles with alcohol, her commitment to getting sober, her love life and her ...
    • Schnabel Engineering Lecture 

      Cording, Edward (2014-01-13)
      Schnabel Engineering is pleased to bring you Dr. Edward J. Cording as our eighth lecturer of this series. Dr. Cording is Professor Emeritus of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Illinois at ...
    • Schnabel Engineering Lecture: Entrepreneurship in Civil Engineering 

      Wissmann, Kord J. (Virginia Tech, 2016-01-25)
      Have you ever wondered why there aren't many start-up companies in our world of Civil Engineering? Dr. Wissmann explores this question and delves into the drivers, key ingredients, and fundamentals needed to run a successful ...
    • Scientific Utopia: Improving the Openness and Reproducibility of Research 

      Nosek, Brian (2014-10-22)
      Scientific Utopia: Improving the Openness and Reproducibility of Research An academic scientist’s professional success depends on publishing. Publishing norms emphasize novel, positive results. As such, disciplinary ...
    • The SDG gender equality agenda and the distribution of land: Research challenges 

      Deere, Carmen Diana (Virginia Tech, 2019-02-28)
      Among the advances in the 2030 Sustainable Development agenda is that the goal to achieve gender equality and empower women now has nine specific targets. These cover many of the root causes of gender inequality, including ...
    • Should We Trust Science? Perspectives from the History and Philosophy of Science 

      Oreskes, Naomi (Virginia Tech. University Libraries, 2015-09-02)
      The Global Change Center at Virginia Tech welcomed Dr. Naomi Oreskes, Harvard historian and author, for a Distinguished Lecture on September 2, 2015, at 4:00 p.m. at the Lyric Theatre in Blacksburg, VA. Dr. Oreskes is a ...
    • So You Get to be An Engineer…! 

      Durham-Aguilera, Karen (2014-11-04)
      Ninth Annual Schnabel Engineering Lecture by Karen Durham-Aguilera, P.E., Director of Contingency Operations and Office of Homeland Security U.S. Army Corps of Engineers “So You Get to be an Engineer…!” Consider yourself ...