"Fuel Mix and Air Quality during the 2009-2011 Natural Experiments in the São Paulo Metropolitan Area," presented by Alberto Salvo.
Andrew Jalil, Occidental College, "A New History of Banking Panics in the United States, 1825-1929: Construction and Implications"
"Working with Teachers in the Chatino Region of Mexico," presented by Emiliana Cruz
Three prominent African-American artists — Nobel Prize-winning novelist Toni Morrison, singer and social activist Bernice Reagon Johnson and poet and playwright Sonia Sanchez — will share the stage in a public conversation about “Black Women in the Arts in the 21st Century."
“Tackling the Empirical Challenges of Educational Research” presented by Melissa Wooten, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology; Kathryn McDermott, Associate Professor, College of Education, and Acting Director, Center for Public Policy & Administration; Dania Francis, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics and Afro-American Studies; Amanda Walker Johnson, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology; and Elizabeth Sharrow, Assistant Professor, Departments of Political Science and History.
Michaelann Bewsee, Arise for Social Justice
"Regina" directed by Diana Gróo, Hungary/Germany/United Kingdom, 2013, 63 min, black/white, Hungarian with English subtitles.
Getting Started with Structural Equation Modeling