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Faculty research lightning talks explore the power of place

The Office of Research Development will present virtual faculty research lightning talks around the theme, The Power of Place: Understanding Cultural, Political, and Environmental Character of our Communities at noon on Friday, Nov. 12. Complete the registration form to receive a calendar invite with a Zoom link.

The presenters and the title of their presentations are listed below:

  • Krista Paulsen, Urban Studies and Community Development “Neighborhood Character: Understanding Continuity and Change”
  • Jodi Brandt, Human-Environment Systems, “The Future of Private Lands in Idaho”
  • Moji Sadegh, Civil Engineering, “Understanding the Changing Environment of Western Communities in the Face of a Warming Climate”
  • Ray Fang, Management, “Occupational Hazard and Political Socialization: Toward a Theory of Liberal and Conservative Occupations”
  • Nicky O‚ÄôReilly, Social Work, “Communities & Health: The Push and Pull of Community Influences on Diet, Exercise, and Well-being”
  • Kendra Kaiser, Geosciences, “Leveraging the Knowledge of our Agricultural Communities While in Pursuit of Developing Actionable Hydrologic Models”