Research Sharing Luncheon

Upcoming Spring 2022 Series

Save the Date Fellows Spring 2022 Research Sharing Luncheons All Virtual Monday, February 14 Monday, March 21 Thursday, April 14 Noon to 1:30 PM

 

Spring 2022 Virtual Fellows Research Sharing Noon to 1:30 PM | Monday Feb 14, 2022 |https://fellowssociety.fsu.edu/ Hannah Fazio Theatre Studies Rescripting Sex: Discourses of and around Intimacy Choreography Caity Kelly College of Education Alumna Training Reflections: A Continuous Process of Analysis & Improvement for Quality Instructional Design Registration Link: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3DDsuF25fUUE0f4

Spring 2022 Virtual Fellows Research Sharing Noon to 1:30 PM Monday Feb 14, 2022 https://fellowssociety.fsu.edu/ Hannah Fazio Theatre Studies Rescripting Sex: Discourses of and around Intimacy Choreography In this paper, I attend to the discourses of and around intimacy choreography, exploring what intimacy choreography says about itself and what others say about it to reveal some of intimacy choreography’s underlying assumptions, previously unknown origins, and imposed social codes. I look at the leading intimacy choreography training organizations' mission statements, values, and key practices and analyze them using poststructuralist, performance, and sexuality theories. I also look at how others discursively construct intimacy choreography, examining news stories and some academic articles. This leads me to analysis about what intimacy choreography is doing versus what it says it's doing and what others say it's doing.  Caity Kelly College of Education Alumna Training Reflections: A Continuous Process of Analysis & Improvement for Quality Instructional Design As an instructional designer, it is crucial to develop resources that focus on practical skills and tasks that transfer directly to the workplace of your target audience. There are many factors to consider in this goal: Which individuals in your institution should you consult with to determine the most helpful, applicable content for your trainees? How do you create a quality product when you have design constraints, such as a short timeline or limited funding? How do you determine strengths within your instructional content versus areas for improvement? In this presentation, we will explore these and other questions through the lens of researching educational needs and designing training and professional development for instructors at Florida State University. Registration Link: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3DDsuF25fUUE0f4

 

Fall 2021 Virtual Fellows Research Sharing Noon to 1:30 PM Friday Oct 12, 2021 https://fellowssociety.fsu.edu/ Stacy Ashlyn Mechanical Engineering Building a Robot Rebecca Curran Theatre Studies The Irish and the Dead  Registration Link: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8vmSTkYZEcfrCGWFellows Virtual Research Sharing Friday, November 12, 2021 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Stacy Ashlyn, Mechanical Engineering  Building a Robot  Robots have become more energy efficient and agile over time thanks to biological insights. From cockroaches to apes there are many exciting examples of bio-inspired robots. My research aims to develop a robot capable of waddling like a penguin. Controls need to be applied to a suitable hardware platform to accomplish this. Recently, my focus has been on passive-dynamic walker inspired robots. The most notable aspect of these types of robots is their ability to rely on the force of gravity to assist the movement of their legs. Many other aspects of the robots vary depending on the model. The differences include things such as the number of joints in the legs and the shape of the feet. Understanding how these design changes impact the robot’s movement gives insights on what adjustments to make in order to capture penguin dynamics. Rebecca Curran, Theatre Studies The Irish and the Dead The Irish have long had an intimate relationship with death and dying. From the kind of ritual sacrifices that led to Ireland’s “bog bodies” to the contemporary blend of Catholic and pagan practices, the Irish relationship with death has been shaped by centuries of colonial rule, the devastating effects of the Potato Famine in the 1850s, and several explosions of violence in the 20th century. Using first-hand accounts and testimony, news footage, and analyses of Catholic doctrine and Celtic mythology, I will use the joint funerals for the victims of “Bloody Sunday,” an event in which all those killed were unarmed civilians, and the funeral of Larry Marley, an IRA (Irish Republican Army) icon, as case studies to explore the ways in which Irish Republicans utilized cultural ideas about death and martyrdom in their fight against the British. Registration Link: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8vmSTkYZEcfrCGW

 

Wednesday, July 14, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Summer 2021

 

Friday, June 25, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Summer 2021

 

Tuesday, May 25, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Summer 2021

 

Spring 2021 Series

 

Friday, March 26, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Spring 2021

 

Friday, February 26, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Spring 2021

 

Tuesday, January 26, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Spring 2021

 

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Savarra Tadeo, Social Work

Examining Health and Mental Health Disparities between Sexual Minority Youth and Heterosexual Youth in the United States 

Megabi Lambore, Public Health

The Impact of Smoking on Lung Cancer in African Americans, Case @ United States

Danielle Krusemark, Social Psychology

Motivations for Collective Action Advocating for a Disadvantaged Group's Rights

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Fall 2020 Series

 

Monday, November 9, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Fall 2020

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Rebecca Curran, Theatre Studies  

Bog Bodies and Disrupted Futures: Irish Drama and the Irish Corpse  

Wen-Chi Shie, Public Administration and Policy

Anticipation vs. Resilience: The COVID-19 Response Strategies in the U.S., South Korea, and Taiwan

Joshua Scriven, Political Science 

Does Foreign Aid Encourage Support for Immigrants?

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Friday, October 9, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Fall 2020

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O'Juan Edwards, Higher Education

How Black Feminist Thought Addresses Issues of Health Care and HIV/AIDS Prevention for Black women

Siddhartha Bishnu, Computational Science

Visualization of Geophysical Waves and Tides

Stacy Ashlyn, Mechanical Engineering 

Robotic Penguins and Assistive Devices

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Wednesday, September 9, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Fall 2020

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Ethan Cissell, Biological Science

The Enemy Within and Without: Lysis, lysogeny, and lacerations in cyanobacterial mats 

Vivianne Asturizaga, Ethnomusicology

Freestyling: Musical Labor Practices in La Paz, Bolivia

Carrie Danielson, Musicology

From Syria to Sweden: Making Music with Young Refugees at the Simrishamn Kulturskola

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Summer 2020 Series

 

Wednesday, July 15, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Summer 2020

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Jan-Ruth Mills, History

Why Is This Still A Thing: Nationalist Narratives, the Messerschmitt 262 jet, and Slave Labor in the Third Reich 

Beatriz Mejia-Mercado, Oceanography

The Management and Conservation of Our Biodiversity in Marine Protected Areas

Cassandra White, Theatre Studies

A Woman's Worth: Selling Sex and Virtue in Nineteenth Century U.S. Melodrama

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Monday, June 15, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Summer 2020

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Dowon Choi, Combined Counseling and School Psychology

Visualized Patterns of US Students’ Phonological Processing: Gender, Region, Ethnicity, and SES

Teresa Simone, School of Theatre

Confederate Pageantry in Natchez, MS

Elizabeth M. Foley, Nutrition and Food Science

Alterations in the Gut Microbiome of Oseopenic Men After 3-Months of Prune Consumption

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Friday, May 15, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Summer 2020

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Cassie Kepple, Higher Education

Studying Student Success: Researching the Ways in Which We Support our Students

James Waters, Religion, Ethics, & Philosophy

Comparative Religious Ethics and Climate Change:
Christian and Indigenous Approaches to Ecological Activism

Nathan B. Spindel, Biological Science

Effects of Nutritional History and Diet on Red Sea Urchin (Mesocentrotus franciscanus) Energetics, Herbivory, and Fatty Acid Composition

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Spring 2020 Series

 

Wednesday, April 15, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Spring 2020

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Valeria M. Rigobon, Psychology

Adult Bilinguals’ Orthographic Representations: How Does Cognate Knowledge Contribute To Accurate English Word Spelling?

Jamie Fox, Financial Math

Can we do better than random?

Elaina Gonsoroski, Geography

Relating Indoor Heat Exposure to Emergency Medical Calls in New York City

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Thursday, February 20, 11:30 - 1 pm, Spring 2020

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Nick Byrd, Philosophy & Psychology

The Psychology of Our Philosophical Beliefs

Joshua M. MatsonReligion

The Whole From a Part, or a Part From the Whole: What Do Dead Sea Scrolls Reveal About the Hebrew Bible Minor Prophets?

McKenna Milici, Musicology

Wrestling with Tradition in American Opera

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Monday, February 3, 11:30 - 1 pm, Spring 2020

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Andrew GardnerAmerican Religious History

The World Religions Paradigm

Aigars Larionovs, Dance (MFA)

Living Choreography: The Role of Presence in Practice and Performance

Olga Romoro Mestas, Spanish

Literature and Resistance in the Caribbean and Philippines in the Late 19th Century

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Fall 2019 Series

Tuesday, October 29, 11:30 - 1 pm, Fall 2019

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Yancili Lozano Torres, Urban & Regional Planning

How Are Cities Advancing Gender Equality? A Comprehensive Analysis of Colombia

Danielle Krusemark, Social Psychology

Cultural Appropriation or Appreciation?: Views and Consequences of Borrowing from Another’s Culture

WANG Min, International and Multicultural Education

“The Grass is Always Greener on the Other Side”: An Exploration of Rural Teachers’ Job Satisfaction in Henan Province, China

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Friday, September 13, 11:30 - 1 pm, Fall 2019

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Elizabeth Foley, Nutrition and Food Science

Alterations in the Gut Microbiome of Osteopenic Men After Three Months of Dried Plum Consumption

Luke Arredondo, Religion

Pope Leo XIII and the Development of 20th Century Catholic Theology

Keanan Joyner, Clinical Psychology

Alcohol Demand and Alcohol Problems - Chicken or the Egg?

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Summer 2019 Series

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AISHA GALLION, Department of Musicology

Theft of Voice, Reclamation of Expression

REBECCA PETERS, Department of Religion  

Producing Film, Directing Gender - Women Directors in Bollywood

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JOSLYN ARMSTRONG, PHD

Work-Family Balance by Black Fathers

NICK BYRD

Not All Who Ponder Count Costs: The Science of Moral Dilemma Judgments

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Spring 2019 Series

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  • Margaret Vogel
  • Cathryn M. Meegan
  • Elise LaelKieffer

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  • Wang Min
  • Cassandra Brown
  • Joseph Harmon

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  • Dowon Choi
  • Dustin Pierson
  • Vivianne Asturizaga

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Fall 2018 Series

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Katherine Easterling, Biology

Eve A. Humphrey, Biology

Marielena Dias, Political Science

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Wen-Chi Shie, Public Administration & Policy

Karen Corbett, Molecular Biophysics

Rachel Hoge, Communication Disorders

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Summer 2018 Series

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Shaleen Miller, Urban & Regional Planning

Liz Lange, Biological Science

Yancili Lozano-Torres, Urban & Regional Planning

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Aliza Denobrega, Biology

Keanan Joyner, Psychology

Dawn Betts-Green, Library & Information Studies

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