Provost Lecture Series
The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a Fire to be ignited
Dr. Linda Gerena Associate Professor Dept. of Teacher Education School of Health & Behavioral Sciences
"A New Mechanism for Control of Reverse Transcription"
Dept. of Social Sciences, School of Health & Behavioral Sciences
The Ethics and Economics of Grammar Instruction: Imagined Communities and Sentence-Level Pedagogy
Dept. of Performing and Fine Arts, School of Arts and Sciences, “Free from Jazz,”
Taxation as a Cause of the French Revolution: Of Kings, Corruption and an Appreciation of Today's Taxes.
Literacy Narratives in Composition
Pride and Shame in Achievement: Roots in our Earliest Relationships & Implications for Education
"Water Pollution Crisis: One of the Greatest Global Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century,"
"Playing the Field: Agricultural Games on "My American Farm"
"Evolution in the Fast Lane: Genetic Studies of Fish Biodiversity in the Congo River"
Rebecca Rivera-Maestre, Assistant Professor. Social Sciences, School of Health and Behavioral Sciences “The more fights you have … the less fighting you have to do”: Interrogating girls’ violence
Kevin Lynch, Assistant Professor, Earth and Physical Sciences, School of Arts and Sciences "The Muon Diaries: One Particle's View of the Coming Revolution in Physics"
Daniel Phelps, Adjunct, Television Studio Manager, Performing and Fine Arts, School of Arts and Sciences The Domino Effect: How Development in New York City is Often Bittersweet.