UW-Bothell to host research symposium
October 22, 2009 · 11:12 AM
The University of Washington, Bothell’s Office of Research Support will host its first symposium from 1-5 p.m. Oct. 23 on campus in the North Creek Events Center. The event is free and open to the public.
The research symposium will bring together up-and-coming assistant professors in a panel setting to discuss recent research on the topics of community, education and business. Following each panel presentation, a Q & A session will be held with the audience.
Participating researchers include:
• Carrie Tzou, "Leveraging home and community practices for culturally relevant science teaching"
• Robin Angotti, "Math 2.0: Teaching Math for the 21st Century"
• Keith Nitta, "Post Reform Teacher Unionism? The 2008 Bellevue teacher strike"
• Cinnamon Hillyard, "The relationship between quantitative literacy and risky financial behaviors"
• Kari Lerum, "Public Scholarship for Sexual Health"
• Tim Hargrave, “Bringing in Society: An Institutional Perspective on Corporate Social Performance”
• Alan Boss, “Where Do We Go From Here? Entrepreneurial Recovery and Re-Start After Failure”
• Surya Pathak, “A Framework for Designing Policies for Networked Systems with Uncertainty”
For additional information, visit http://www.uwb.edu/academic/research.