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Autumn 2010 | Winter 2011

Winter 2011 Schedule

Syllabus syllabus
Discussion Board

SLN:13947 - GEN ST 391 D SUP STDY SEL FIELDS
Wednesday, 12:30 – 1:20, Room: OUGL 220 - Public Welcome!

January 5 - Introduction to Undergraduate Research

January 12 - "Fatigue and Mitochondrial Dysfunction in HIV – Plenty to Get Excited About"

Joachim Voss  
Joachim Voss

Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems

January 19 - "Modelling Proteins and Proteomes: Understanding life at the atomic level"

Ram Samudrala  
Ram Samudrala Ram Samudrala

Microbiology

January 26 - "Chemistry at the Interface: Electro-organocatalysis and Mechanochemical Drug Delivery"

AJ Boydston  
A.J. Boydston AJ Boydston

Chemistry

February 2 - "Making Mathematics Come Alive for Elementary Students: Innovative Designs for Teacher Education"

Elham Kazemi  
Elham Kazemi kazemi

Education, Curriculum and Instruction

February 9 - "Classics Exposed"

Clauss  
James Clauss Clauss

Classics

February 16 - "Who Owns the Past?: Stewardship and Collaborative practice in Archaeology"

wylie  
Alison Wylie wylie

Philosophy and Anthropology

February 23 - "Nonverbal Behavior, Politics, and the Media: A Changing Research Trajectory"

 
Valerie Manusov manusov

Communication

March 2 - "Why is child mortality reduction in Africa lagging compared to other regions? What are the principal factors that can be modified?"

Gloyd  
Stephen Gloyd Gloyd

School of Public Health

March 9 - Final Quiz