2016 Schedule

Schedule of the Day: April 9, 2016

8:00-9:00 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast (Hoffmann Room 154)

9:00-10:00 AM Welcome & Plenary Address (Doody Auditorium)
Welcome: Jenna Guitar & Serap Hidir
Plenary Introduction: Serap Hidir
Plenary Address: Professor Paul Bueno de Mesquita, University of Rhode
Island, Director for the Center of Non-Violence and Peace Studies & Psychology
“Eclectic Visionary Synthesis: The Transformative Power of Kingian Thinking”

10:00-10:45 AM Poster Session
Poster Session A (Room 305)
Poster Session B (Room 306)

10:45-11:00 AM Coffee Break (Hoffmann Room 154)

11:00-12:15 PM Panel Session I
Transforming Bodily Boundaries (Room 305)
Translating Cognition to Action (Room 306)
Transitional Landscapes: Digital Lovemaking, Transplant Technology, and Liminal Epistemologies (Room 309)
Transdisciplinary Education and Voice (Room 311)
Transmogrification: Changing Shapes in Conflict, Community, and Cannon (Room 313)

12:15-1:30 PM Lunch Provided (Alumni Center)

1:30-2:45 PM Panel Session II
Transitioning Genre and Convention: Romance, Heroines, and YA Literature (Room 305)
Trans-Neurology: Cognition, Memory, and Psyche (Room 306)
Transcendent Materials: Metamateriality, Entropy, and Eschatology (Room 309)
The Influence of External Noise on Standardized Neurocognitive Assessment (Room 311)
Transforming Life into Art: A Poetry Reading by the Southern Connecticut State University’s MFA Program (Room 313)
Transitioning, Translations, and Shifting Definitions (Hoffmann Room 154)

2:45-3:00 PM Coffee Break (Hoffmann Room)

3:00-4:15 PM Panel Session III
Transcultural Spaces (Room 305)
Transforming Perspective in Military and Political History at the Eve of WWI (Room 306)
A Domestic and International Crisis: Case Studies of Human Trafficking in Rhode Island, South Korea and Ghana (Room 309)
Transmissions from the Electronic Age: Selfies, Film, and Digital Discourse (Room 311)
Motivating Students Inside and Outside the Classroom Across Disciplines (Room 313)

4:30-6:00 PM Keynote Address (Doody Auditorium)
Keynote Introduction: Jenna Guitar
Keynote: Professor Paisley Currah, Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center, CUNY, Poltitical Science & Women’s & Gender Studies
“Transgender Beside Itself: Paradigms, Paradoxes, and Other Exemplary Subjects”

6:00-7:30 PM Closing Reception (Alumni Center)
Serving light food and refreshments

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