Planetarium director Sara Schultz and science education student Erick Hernandez presented Sept. 25 and 26 to the Middle Atlantic Planetarium Society (MAPS) annual virtual conference. Schultz presented to the members about her doctoral research on strategic questioning in the planetarium. Schultz and Hernandez presented a workshop based on that same research which Hernandez had been developing over the summer as […]
Dr. Anthony Ocaña (Communication Studies, School of Communication and Journalism) presented his co-authored research this past weekend in Prague, Czech Republic, at the Progressive Connexions project Humour: An Inclusive Interdisciplinary Conference. The paper, entitled “I’m So Angry I Made a Sign”: The Use of Humour in Protest Signs, analyzed how protest sign humour used in large US demonstrations between 2016-2018 […]
Peter Geib, Paseka School of Business, has co-authored a paper that will be presented at the meeting of the Midwest Academy of International Business. The research focuses on the maritime disputes in the East China Sea and the South China Sea.
CUR’s largest annual student event, the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, kicks off today at the University of Memphis during Undergraduate Research Week! The event will host more than 4,000 undergraduate researchers from a wide range of backgrounds, disciplines, and regions. Students will present unique research through oral and poster presentations, attend a graduate school recruitment fair, network with faculty […]
The Center for Visual and Cognitive Neuroscience Driving Simulator Core Facility in the Department of Psychology will host an open house for the Driving Simulator Core Facility on Friday, March 31. The open house will give potential researchers an opportunity to tour the facility, drive the simulator, hear how other successful researchers have used the facility to address their research […]