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Fall 2017 Speaker Series

The University of Delaware's Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories speaker series for fall 2017 semester is set to begin on Monday, September 11th. This free lunchtime series, titled "New Connections: Creating Interdisciplinary Knowledge through Community Engagement" features diverse topics involving UD faculty, staff and experts throughout the tri-state area. The series is sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. The sessions will be held each Monday through November 13th, from 12:30-2:00 p.m. in Room 215 of the Patrick T. Harker Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Laboratory (ISE Lab). Each session highlights projects presented in a TED-style talk ending with a discussion session.

The series is free and open to the public, but registration is required; to register or for more information, contact Kimberly Doucette at doucette@udel.edu. The first 30 attendees to register will be provided sandwiches and beverages.

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"The evolution of a research topic: understanding people’s perceptions of their daily use technology""The evolution of a research topic: understanding people’s perceptions of their daily use technology"the-evolution-of-a-research-topic<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Curt%20Davis.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Curt Davis is a global multi-disciplinary education specialist with a focus on cross-cultural and appropriate technology exchanges. He began his professional career as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay followed by four years teaching English in Japan. He began researching clean-cooking technology while in India during a professional practicum for a master's degree in Sustainable International Development. His research interest has extended into a Ph.D. in Energy and Environmental Policy at UD with Curt conducting field research on how women cook in rural Nicaragua.<br></p>2017-09-11T04:00:00Z<p>​​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.​<br></p>
“UDairy Creamery Ice Cream- The Science behind the Scoop” “UDairy Creamery Ice Cream- The Science behind the Scoop” udairy-creamery-ice-cream-the-science-behind-the-scoop<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Shaw_Melinda-2017-07.jpg?RenditionID=14" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p> Melinda Shaw is the Director of the UDairy Creamery and was hired to open the Creamery’s Newark storefront in December 2010. Since its’ opening, she has lead expansions of the Creamery including the Moo Mobile, Go Baby Go Café, UDairy Creamery Market in Wilmington and the current UDairy processing plant project. She also teaches a winter session course on “The Science of Ice Cream.” In 2014, Melinda was honored by the White House as a Champion of Change for the Future of Agriculture and also featured on the Food Network’s Eating America. Prior to UD, Melinda graduated from Syracuse University with a BS in Hospitality Management and managed food operations with Villanova University and the Philadelphia Phillies. </p>2017-09-11T04:00:00Z<p>​​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.​<br></p>
"The Value of Engagement – UD Partnership for Healthy Communities""The Value of Engagement – UD Partnership for Healthy Communities"value-of-engagement-ud-partnership-for-healthy-communities<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Rita%20Marie%20Landgraf.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>Rita Landgraf joined the University of Delaware’s College of Health Sciences in early 2017 as professor of practice and distinguished health and social services administrator in residence.  She also serves as director of the UD Partnership for Healthy Communities (PHC), a cross-college, cross-state initiative. </p><p>Prior to joining the faculty at UD, she served as Cabinet Secretary of the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services from Jan. 22, 2009 through Feb 6, 2017, under Governor Jack Markell’s administration. As Secretary, she led the principal agency charged with keeping Delawareans healthy, ensuring they get the health care they need, and providing children, families, individuals with disabilities and seniors with the essential services they depend on. She managed one of the largest departments in Delaware’s government, with an annual budget of more than $2 billion. <br></p>2017-09-18T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.​<br></p>
“The power of community engaged public art”“The power of community engaged public art”the-power-of-community-engaged-public-art<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Laura%20Semmelroth.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Laura Semmelroth is a community development professional with over 15 years' experience employing arts to spur community development in challenged – and challenging -- communities. Her work includes 8 years in Philadelphia's Kensington, Port Richmond and Fishtown neighborhoods. Currently she is the Creative District Strategist for Wilmington Renaissance Corporation working the neighborhood of West Center City, Wilmington. A graduate of Drexel University, she is a practicing artist, who has done fine woodworking and metalsmithing.   <br></p>2017-09-18T04:00:00Z<p>​​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.​<br></p>
Increasing Access to Computer Science and Computational Thinking In Delaware K-16Increasing Access to Computer Science and Computational Thinking In Delaware K-16increasing-access-lori-polluck<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Dr.%20Lori%20Pollock.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p> Lori Pollock is Alumni Distinguished Professor in Computer and Information Sciences at the University of Delaware and ACM Distinguished Scientist. Her research is in software engineering and computer science education. Her NSF-funded Partner4CS team is helping the state of Delaware integrate CS into K-12 schools through providing teacher professional development, and she is co-leading an NSF-funded project to help meet the university’s new CT in GenEd goals and another project called WeC4Communities to provide access to CS in community centers. She was awarded the ACM SIGSOFT Influential Educator award and University of Delaware’s Excellence in Teaching Award and E.A. Trabant Award for Women’s Equity. She serves on the Executive Board of the Computing Research of Women in Computing (CRA-W) and is CoChair of the CRA-E Education Committee.</p>2017-09-25T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
“Community Engagement is Like Gardening”“Community Engagement is Like Gardening”community-engagement-katherine-grier<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Katherine%20Grier.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Katherine C. Grier is a professor of History and Director of the Museum Studies Program at the University of Delaware.<br></p>2017-09-25T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
“Community Engagement is Like Gardening”“Community Engagement is Like Gardening”community-tracy-jentzsch<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Tracy%20Jentzsch.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Tracy Jentzsch is the program coordinator of the Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center at the University of Delaware.<br></p>2017-09-25T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. </p>
"The Creative Vision Factory Story""The Creative Vision Factory Story"creative-vision-michael-kalmbach<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Michael%20Kalmbach.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Michael Kalmbach received his MFA at the University of Delaware in 2008. Shortly after graduation he accepted a position at the Delaware College of Art & Design, and founded the New Wilmington Art Association, an organization that organized exhibitions of contemporary art in Wilmington’s vacant retail spaces from August 2008 to April 2013. This work led to Michael’s involvement with the Chris White Community Development Corporation, which developed the 23-unit artist live/work space, Shipley Lofts. Kalmbach served the CWCDC as Board Chairman from 2013-2016. In June 2011 he accepted a contract with the State’s Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health to develop and direct an art program in downtown Wilmington. The Creative Vision Factory has been open since December of 2011, and fosters the creative potential of individuals on the behavioral health spectrum in a studio art environment that cultivates integration with the community through a program of exhibitions, workshops, and communal work space. <br></p>2017-10-02T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
“Using haptics and neuroimaging to study the neural correlates of robot-aided neurorehabilitation”“Using haptics and neuroimaging to study the neural correlates of robot-aided neurorehabilitation”using-hapitcs-fabizio-sergi<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/FABRIZIO%20SERGI.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Fabrizio Sergi is currently an assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Delaware, where he directs the Human Robotics Lab. He previously received the BS, MS, and PhD degrees in biomedical engineering from Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma, Rome, Italy, in 2005, 2007, and 2011, respectively. From 2011 to 2014, he was a postdoctoral fellow and research scientist at Rice University, Houston, Texas, where he conducted research in the field of upper-extremity robot-aided neurorehabilitation. His research interests include robotics for neurorehabilitation and human augmentation, haptics, and neuroimaging.​</p>2017-10-02T04:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative.<br></p>
“Do You Feel Like We Do”: Fostering Empathy Through Museum Work“Do You Feel Like We Do”: Fostering Empathy Through Museum Workdo-you-feel-margaret-winslow<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Winslow%20head%20shot2.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Margaret Winslow currently lives and works in Wilmington, Delaware where she is the Curator of Contemporary Art at the Delaware Art Museum. Margaret has curated for the Neuberger Museum of Art and The Delaware Contemporary and assisted with exhibits for the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. Recent exhibitions at the Delaware Art Museum include <em>Truth & Vision: 21</em><em>st</em><em> </em><em>Century Realism</em>, <em>Dream Streets: Art in Wilmington 1970–1990</em>, and <em>Retro-Active: Performance Art from 1964–1987</em>. Margaret holds a B.A. in Art History from the University of Mary Washington and an M.A. in Modern and Contemporary Art, Theory, and Criticism from SUNY Purchase College.​</p>2017-10-09T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
“Materials Matter: Art Technique, Science, and Why We Care”“Materials Matter: Art Technique, Science, and Why We Care”materials-matter-brian-baade<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/BRIAN%20BAADE.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Brian Baade trained as a painter and illustrator but his interest in historical art materials and technical art history eventually drew him to the field of art conservation. In 2006 Brian received an MS in art conservation from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation where he specialized in painting conservation. He has participated in numerous technical studies including a major project documenting the techniques of Henry Ossawa Tanner, art materials research, and technical art history initiatives. A large part of his work over the last decade has been the research and creation of historically representative reconstructions of Old Master paintings and techniques to be used as educational didactics and the creation of the a website sponsored by the Kress Foundation to disseminate this work to a larger audience. He and his partner Dr. Kristin deGhetaldi have recently created a website and online forum hosted by the University of Delaware to field questions from artists about issues of sound practice and the preservation of their artwork. Brian is currently an assistant professor in the art conservation program at the University of Delaware.<br></p>2017-10-09T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
"Introduction to the Delaware Historical Society""Introduction to the Delaware Historical Society"introducing-dhs-katie-mcdade<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/KMcDade_Headshot.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Katie McDade - <span style="line-height:1.6;">After having worked for the Delaware Historical Society as a Teaching Guide since September 2013, Katie McDade became the Curator of Education at the Read House and Gardens in October 2014 and then Head, Read House & Gardens and Public Programming in January 2016. In her current position, Katie manages all educational programs associated with the Read House in addition to planning and implementing institution-wide public programming. She received her PhD in History at the University of Nottingham, UK, and has experience in museum education at Jamestown, Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation and Winterthur.</span></p>2017-10-16T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
"Introduction to the Delaware Historical Society""Introduction to the Delaware Historical Society"introducing-dhs-angela-winand<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/AWinand_Headshot.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​ Angela Winand is head of the Mitchell Center for African American Heritage and Diversity Programming at the Delaware Historical Society.  She works with her colleagues in Education to create engaging experiences for school groups and visitors of all ages at the Delaware History Museum.  Prior to joining the DHS staff, Dr. Winand created educational programs at George Washington’s Mount Vernon and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum.  Before starting a new career as a museum professional, she spent 20 years teaching courses in African American history and culture at the college level.  She holds a PhD in American Culture from the University of Michigan, and is a recent graduate of the Museum Studies Master’s program at Johns Hopkins University.<br></p>2017-10-16T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
"Introduction to the Delaware Historical Society""Introduction to the Delaware Historical Society"introducing-dhs-rebecca-fay<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/RFay_Headshot.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Rebecca Fay is head of Delaware History Museum Programs for the Delaware Historical Society and the State Coordinator for National History Day in Delaware,  working primarily to create and facilitate engaging and interactive museum experiences for students of all ages. Prior to joining the Delaware Historical Society, Rebecca worked as a secondary Social Studies teacher in Delaware public and private schools.​</p>2017-10-16T04:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. </p>
"The city is a laboratory: Policy studios, experiential learning, and university-community engagement""The city is a laboratory: Policy studios, experiential learning, and university-community engagement"the-city-is-a-lab-nina-david<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Nina%20David.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Nina David is an Assistant Professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Delaware. She has degrees in Architecture, Environmental Science, and Urban and Regional Planning. Dr. David teaches and conducts research in the areas of regional planning, collaborative governance, growth management, smart cities, and land use planning. She specifically focuses on the factors that impact regional cooperation on land use issues; the efficacy of growth management techniques like planned unit developments; and the collaborative governance aspects of smart cities including innovative approaches to citizen engagement.</p>2017-10-16T04:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. </p>
"Measuring Child Care Quality - From Construct to Measurement""Measuring Child Care Quality - From Construct to Measurement"child-care-quality-martha-buell<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Buell_Martha.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Martha Buell is a professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Director of the Delaware Institute for Excellence in Early Childhood (DIEEC), and a member of the Early Childhood Education faculty at the University of Delaware. Much of her research and policy work centers on improving the quality of early care and education especially for infants and toddlers, young children living in poverty, and those from multi-lingual and multi-cultural backgrounds.   </p>2017-10-23T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
"A honey bee collective: an educational endeavor in the mountains of West Virginia""A honey bee collective: an educational endeavor in the mountains of West Virginia"honey-bee-collective-deborah-delaney<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/DebbieDelaney.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Deborah Delaney is an associate professor in the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware where she mentors graduate and undergraduate students working on various aspects of pollinator health and productivity. She teaches Insects and Society, Apiculture and Pollination Ecology. She has over 20 years of experience working with pollinators, specifically honey bees and maintains between 25-60 colonies in the teaching apiary at UD's Newark farm. Her research program has four main focal areas: 1) genetic identity and diversity of US honey bees 2) temporal stability of pollinator populations and 3) best management solutions for creating sustainable managed pollinator populations 4) pollinator nutrition and forage mapping. <br></p>2017-10-23T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
"The right side of language""The right side of language"right-side-zhenghan-qi<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Qi_Zhegnhan.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Zhenghan Qi is an assistant professor in Linguistics & Cognitive Science. She holds joint appointments at Department of Psychology and Communication Sciences & Disorders Program. Zhenghan originally comes from Shanghai, China, where she got her MD from Shanghai Medical College at Fudan University. She pursued her PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Illinois. After her postdoctoral training at MIT, she joined UD in August. Zhenghan's research aims to understand the neurobiological organization of language develops in the human brain. Today she will tell us how our brain prepares us to learn a new language and how language learning, in turn, reorganizes our brain.<br></p>2017-10-30T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
“Arsenic in rice: Why is it there and what can we do about it?”“Arsenic in rice: Why is it there and what can we do about it?”arsenic-angelia-seyfferth<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Angelia%20Seyfferth%20photo.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Angelia Seyfferth joined the PLSC faculty as an Assistant Professor in Fall 2012.  A native of southern <span style="line-height:1.6;">California, she earned her B.</span><span style="line-height:1.6;">S. in Environmental Science/Chemistry at Towson University, a Ph.D. in Soil </span><span style="line-height:1.6;">and Water Sciences at the University of California-Riverside, and was a postdoc at Stanford University </span><span style="line-height:1.6;">prior to joining UD.</span><span style="line-height:1.6;">  </span><span style="line-height:1.6;">She studies plant-soil interactions using a variety of chemical and biological tools to </span><span style="line-height:1.6;">understand the processes that dictate contaminant uptake and approaches to mitigate the negative </span><span style="line-height:1.6;">outcomes of toxic contaminants on plants and humans.</span></p>2017-10-30T04:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. </p>
“Engaging Whole Communities”“Engaging Whole Communities”engaging-hesketh<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/RogerHesketh.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Mr. Hesketh is the Director of Community Revitalization programming and an Assistant Policy Scientist with the Center for Community Research & Service.  His work includes management of the Blueprint Communities® Delaware community revitalization program, as well as coordination of the emerging University of Delaware and City of Wilmington Public Policy Partnership and the Delaware Community Revitalization Council.  Prior to his role as Director of Community Revitalization, Mr. Hesketh served as a Community Engagement & Program Manager for Public Allies Delaware in CCRS for over ten years.  He holds a master's degree in Public Administration, with a concentration in community development and nonprofit leadership as well as a bachelor's degree in International Relations, both from the University of Delaware.</p>2017-11-06T05:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
"Mapping the auditory cortex of people with absolute pitch""Mapping the auditory cortex of people with absolute pitch"mapping-keith-schneider<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/KeithSchneider.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​ Keith Schneider received his PhD in Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester in 2002.  He did a postdoc at Princeton University and then worked at the University of Rochester and the University of Missouri before moving to York University in 2010, where he was the inaugural director of the MRI facility.  Dr. Keith Schneider moved to the University of Delaware in 2016 to be the first director of the Center for Biomedical and Brain Imaging.<br></p>2017-11-06T05:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. </p>
"Wind Turbines off Delaware’s Coast: 2nd Time the Charm?""Wind Turbines off Delaware’s Coast: 2nd Time the Charm?"wind-turbines-jeremy-firestone<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/JeremyFirestone.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>​Jeremy Firestone has a Ph.D. in Public Policy from University of North Carolina and J.D. from University of Michigan. He is Professor in the School of Marine Science and Policy and is also affiliated with Legal Studies, DENIN and the Water Science and Policy Program. He also is Director of University of Delaware's interdisciplinary Center for Carbon-free Power Integration.   He focuses on wind power, with emphasis on spatial planning, social acceptance, economics, environmental effects and governance. He teaches courses on Renewable Energy, Climate Change, Offshore Wind, and Ocean/Coastal Law.<br></p>2017-11-13T05:00:00Z<p>​The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. <br></p>
"Astrophotography: Capturing the Invisible""Astrophotography: Capturing the Invisible"capturing-the-invisible-nico-carver<img alt="" src="/SpeakerSeriesFiles/pics/2017%20Fall/Nico%20Carver.jpeg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p>Nico Carver is a senior assistant librarian in the Student Multimedia Design Center at the University of Delaware Library. He coordinates services at the Center, and consults on questions related to photography, video production, web design, and multimedia software. His background is in experimental filmmaking, which he studied at Hampshire College. He holds an M.S. in Library Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.</p><p>His interest in astrophotography began in earnest three years ago when he visited Iceland and captured the Aurora Borealis. Since then he has joined the Delaware Astronomical Society and now specializes in photographs of large diffuse nebulae, which he captures mostly from his backyard in Newark.<br></p>2017-11-13T05:00:00Z<p>The series is co-sponsored by The Interdisciplinary Science Learning Laboratories and The Community Engagement Initiative. </p>

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