4th Biennial Faculty Research Conference

Feb. 5
Violette Hall 1000

10 a.m.

Hyun-Joo Kim
“Statistical Modeling on Biological Data: Tick Burden and the Host Characteristics”

10:30 a.m
Aaron Fine
“A Field Guide to the Flags of India”

11:15 a.m.

Tom Zoumaras
“A Corrective to the Preoccupation with the Conspiracy Theory/No Conspiracy Theory Debate: The Concerns of Policy Makers Following the Assassination of President Kennedy”

11:45 a.m.

Amber Johnson
“Modeling the Past and Informing the Future: Contemporary Relevance of Long-Term Processes in World Prehistory”

1 p.m.
Sara Orel
“Saints and Serpents: The Egypt Exploration Society Expedition to the Gebel Sheikh el-Haridi”

1:30 p.m.
Russ Baughman
“Seeing is Understanding:
What Do Molecules Look Like?”

2 p.m.
Ernst Hintz
“Climbing Jacob’s Ladder: Spiritual Warfare, Gender and Salvation in a Medieval Tradition”

2:45 p.m.
Molly Herbert
“‘Almost Knowing How to Read’:
The Homeric Text in Transition”

3:15 p.m.

Martin J. Erickson
“Beautiful Mathematics”
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