Don’t miss the final presentations of students in “Societal Perceptions of Gender and Sexuality.” The presentations will take place tonight, Monday, April 22 in the HVC conference room from 5-6:30PM. University Honors Program students independent research projects ranging in topics from crossdressing culture to a male perspective on rape. Don’t miss it!
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Join us this Friday (4/19) at 2PM in Berry lounge for our final Research Unplugged of the year! This week’s guest will be Dr. John Blondin, Alumni Distinguished Professor of Physics.
Dr. Blondin has been computing the cosmos for over 20 years, using everything from a laptop to supercomputers. He began his experience in high-performance [...]Continue Reading →
Join us Friday, April 12 at 2PM in Berry Lounge for Research Unplugged with UHP student, Brian Gaudio. Currently a senior architecture student at the College of Design, Brian has conducted research in participatory design and community development in the Dominican Republic where he serves as President of the Non-profit he co-founded called K lo K. In 2012, he and [...]Continue Reading →
Join us this Friday (4/5) at 2PM in the Berry Lounge for Research Unplugged with Dr. Lori Foster Thompson, Professor of Psychology at NCSU. Dr. Thompson studies and teaches industrial and organizational psychology, which is the psychology of the workplace. Her recent research concerns how technology affects work experience. She is also very involved in the emerging field [...]Continue Reading →
What makes prostitution a unique crime? Why it is tried differently than other crimes?
Join us this Friday (3/22) at 2PM in the Berry Lounge for Research Unplugged with Micah Khater, UHP student and History major. Micah will speak about getting involved in undergraduate research in the humanities and her current project “The Case of Rebecca [...]Continue Reading →
Research indicates that one in three women in the world will experience some type of violence in her lifetime. Within the United States, the Centers for Disease Control reports that nearly one in five women (compared to 1:33 men) has been raped or has experienced an attempted rape, one in six [...]Continue Reading →