Faculty Research Symposium Presenters Announced

Jan. 31, 2018

Faculty Research Symposium Presenters Announced
Hasmik Chakaryan will discuss internationalizing counseling as a profession and graduate degree.

Eight presenters have been announced for the 2018 Faculty Research Symposium, which takes place this year on Thursday, Feb. 15, during the annual Webster University Teaching Festival.

Join us for this showcase as Webster University instructors from a variety of areas will present meaningful research and encourage engaging conversation on topics about which they are passionate.

Life in southeast Asia, dance injury prevention, helping students publish and athlete hazing are just some of the topics to be covered by presenters Keith Welsh, Monte Hancock, Bill Russell, Kim Kleinman, Hasmik Chakaryan, Nicole Miller-Struttmann, Con Christeson and Allison Levin.

Eight presentations will take place throughout the day in the East Academic Building Room 102, followed by a reception in Room 253 where light refreshments will be served. See the full schedule with links to session descriptions on the Faculty Research Symposium page.

Time & room Presenter Title
8:00 am, East Academic Building 102 Keith Welsh Reflections on Negotiating Life in South East Asia
10:00 am, East Academic Building 102 Monte F. Hancock Getting Your Students Published as Part of Their Coursework
11:00 am, East Academic Building 102 Dr. Bill Russell Topics in Dance Medicine
12:00 noon, East Academic Building 102 Kim Kleinman Lessons from Studying the Missouri Botanical Garden's Edgar Anderson
1:00 pm, East Academic Building 102 Hasmik Chakaryan Internationalizing Counseling as a Profession and a Graduate Degree
2:00 pm, East Academic Building 102 Nicole Miller-Struttmann Tongue Tied: Consequences of a Functional Mismatch Between an Alpine Plant and its Pollinator
3:00 pm, East Academic Building 102 Con Christeson Arts-Based Community Development/Community Space/Community Engagement
4:00 pm, East Academic Building 102 Allison Levin All in Good Fun? The Emasculating Rituals of MLB Players
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm, East Academic Building 253 Reception with light refreshments

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