All Events at in Smith Family Hall, Room 2388, from 11:50 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Public lecture format including the Heritage Campus Community and interested community members.
Sponsored by the Center for Intercultural Learning and Teaching (CILT).
Richard D. Cole, Ed. D.
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
"The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team"
Leadership teams, faculty teams, business teams and administrative teams are more effective if they demonstrate Trust, Positive Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and the use of Results. When team behaviors are connected to an individual’s personal behaviors, the team will be more successful.
Joel Thome, Pharm. D.
Tuesday, Octoer 2, 2017
Adherence to prescribed medication therapy is a major determinant of health outcomes for patients with chronic disease, like hypertension and diabetes. In context of current literature on this complex problem, Dr. Thome presents his collaborative research on the most common reasons for medication nonadherence in a community pharmacy.
Maxine Janis, M.P.H.
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
"Culturally Responsive Health Care Delivery"
Professor Janis will discuss cultural characteristics of diverse populations. The case study research is a model for practicing culturally responsive health care delivery among Native American peoples, honoring the cultural protective factors of tribal people and examining the bi-directional approach for cross-cultural exchange in health care delivery.
Blake Slonecker, Ph.D.
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
"'It's Not Unmanly’: Sexual Politics and Collective Work at the Eugene Augur”
This paper examines how the women’s liberation movement reshaped work arrangements at the primary underground newspaper in Eugene, Oregon, the Augur, helping to reimagine the meaning and significance of women’s labor within the American counterculture of the early 1970s.
Corey McKenna, Ph.D.
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
“The Emergence of the Triathlon Sports Culture and its Impact Upon Students in the Intermediate Grades: A Case Study”
This case study research focused on the variable nature of the triathlon experience and its impact on the lives of five selected intermediate school children, their level of triathlon experience, personal empowerment attained because of their participation, and documented educational successes in the intermediate grades.
Bob Kao, Ph.D.
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
“Engaging Students Along Their Journeys in Scientific Inquiry ”
How do we engage and gauge (engauge) student learning during their process of scientific inquiry in the life sciences? In my presentation, I will share integrated concepts of folkbiology, reflection, and metacognition to engauge students in classroom, research, and science outreach settings.
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