LAWRENCE — Red Hot Research returns this spring with six events for University of Kansas researchers. Red Hot Research is a regular Friday event, built of five short presentations from across the university to open the door for new ways of understanding work through discussion across perspectives.
The first event is scheduled for 4 p.m. Feb. 7 at The Commons and will focus on queer research.
In keeping with the goals of this series, presenters are asked to consider how other disciplinary perspectives could contribute to their research; the likely next steps for the research; and challenges that they face in conducting the research. In turn, audience members are asked to, from their own perspectives, offer insights, questions and ideas.
Save the date for Red Hot Research sessions this spring!
4 p.m. Feb. 7
- Sarah Jen, assistant professor of social welfare
- Kyle Velte, associate professor of law
- Megan Paceley, assistant professor of social welfare
- Richard Godbeer, University Distinguished Professor and director of the Hall Center for the Humanities
- Benjamin Rosenthal, associate professor of visual art
Emcee: Nick Syrett, professor of women, gender & sexuality studies
4 p.m. March 20
- Niwa Babayemi, counseling psychology
- Max Birdnow, educational psychology
- Abigail Phillips, global & international studies
- Intisar Ameen Tyne, architecture design
- Yiwen Wu, urban planning
Emcee: Elise Higgins, women, gender & sexuality studies
Upcoming events (all begin at 4 p.m.)
March 27: Rural/Urban
April 3: Gender & Representation
April 10: Graduate Research
May 1: Care & Aging.