Loyola University Chicago

Center for Urban Research and Learning

Friday Morning Seminars - Spring 2005

 Spring 2005

Jan 21 CURL Movie Morning: “Everyday People”  
Jan 28 Organizing & Women's Rights in Chicago Melissa Spatz, Women & Girls' Leadership Project
Feb 4 My Chicago: The Oral History Project Dr. Jonathan Wilson, Loyola University Chicago, Theater Department
Feb 11 Evaluating Youth Development Programs Karen Sheehan MD, MPH; Children's Memorial Hospital
Feb 18 Native American and Chicano Math and Science Education Dr. Bob Megginson, University of Michigan
Feb 25 Field Trip to ‘The HistoryMakers’  
Mar 4 The Wealth of Cities John Norquist, President & CEO, Congress for the New Urbanism
Mar 11 No Seminar. Spring Break  
Mar 18 The Current Status of Worker Rights Efforts in the United States Dr. Patricia Simpson, Loyola University Chicago, Human Resources and Industrial Relations
Mar 25 No Seminar. Easter Break  
April 1 An Apple a Day: The Challenge of Getting One in Some Chicago Communities Maureen Hellwig, Loyola University Chicago, CURL & LaDonna Redmond, Executive Director, Institute for Community Resource Development
Apr 8 Greenhouse Gasses Alter the Nutritional Quality of Plant Tissues; Implications for Herbivores and Food Webs Dr. Nancy C. Tuchman, Loyola University Chicago, Interim Associate Provost for Research and Professor of Biology
Apr 15 Researching Women's Health: Issues Relating to Obesity and Well Gynecologic Care Dr. Linda Paskiewicz , Loyola University Chicago, Department of Health Promotion, Primary Care, Health Systems and Dietetics
Apr 22 Working with Public Data: Unearthing the Realities of Ethnic and Racial Minorities Living in the U.S. Dr. Maria Vidal de Haymes, Loyola University Chicago, School of Social Work & Dr. Christine George, Loyola University Chicago, CURL
May 6 Graduate Fellows Evaluation