Friday Morning Seminar - Spring 2011
CURL Friday Morning Seminars are held regularly on Friday mornings during fall and spring semesters from 10:30am until 12:00pm in the CURL Classroom (Lewis Towers, 10th Floor).
Loyola faculty and students, staff, and community members and guests are welcome. These seminars are a time for CURL graduates, undergraduates, staff, and community members to discuss their thoughts and experiences with community-based initiatives and/or relevant research.
Please note: Unavoidable changes may be necessary. Call 312.915.7769 or 7760 to confirm specific presentations.
Research Inclusivity: Opening up the Table.
Louisa Bigelow, IMACT Program, University of Illinois at Chicago
American Universities: Collaborative Research and Breaking Down Silos.
Philip Nyden and David Van Zytveld, Center for Urban Research and Learning, Loyola University Chicago
Does Collaboration Work.
|Jim Larson,Department of Psychology, Loyola University Chicago|
Ornery Alligators and Soap on a Rope: Texas Prosecutors and Punishment Reform in the Lone Star State.
Michael Campbell, Department of Sociology, Northern Illinois University
American and Muslim—The Impact of Religious Identity on Racial Status: A Comparative Analysis of South Asian and Arab American Muslims in the Chicago Area.
Saher Selod, Department of Sociology, Loyola University Chicago
Digital Sociology: Tools & Resources for 21st Century Research
Eben English, Loyola University Chicago Libraries, Loyola University Chicago
Spring break, no seminar
Loyola University Chicago School of Health Justice Project: Community Collaboration to Ensure Equal Access to Health, Opportunity, and Justice.
Emily Benfer, School of Law, Loyola University Chicago
Engaged Scholarship and Collaborative Service-Learning in Refugee Resettlement. [PDF]
Daniel Amick, Department of Anthropology, Loyola University Chicago
Advising the Department of Education on Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement: What’s At Stake.
Kathleen Maas Weigert, Research Professor of Social Justice, Loyola University Chicago
The Role of the University in Nurturing Engaged Research.
Fr. Michael Garanzini, Office of the President, Loyola University Chicago
Suspension Stories: Challenging the School to Prison Pipeline (A Collaborative Youth-Adult Participatory Action Research Project).
Mariame Kaba, Project NIA.
Good Friday, no seminar
Dying From to ‘Living With’: Framing Institutions and the Coping Process for Black Women Living with HIV/AIDS .
Celeste Watkins-Hayes, Department of Sociology, Northwestern University