Bana Bashour Dissertation Defense

The student, in consultation with his or her advisor, will decide when the dissertation is ready for defense.

Students may defend in the fall, spring, or summer, for a January, May, or September degree, respectively. Please see below for the steps that must be taken during the semester in which the student plans to defend.

• At the beginning of the semester, the student must inform the Director of Graduate Studies, the Department Administrator, and his or her "core" dissertation readers that he or she plans to defend. The three "core" readers include the student's advisor and two other faculty members. Most often, the readers are the same individuals who served on the student's dissertation proposal committee.

• The advisor and student, in consultation with the DGS, must then select two additional committee members, for a total of five. * Please see guidelines pertaining to the makeup of dissertation committees at the bottom of this page.

• Once a committee of five is formed, the student should work with committee members, as early as possible (even before the beginning of the semester is preferable), to decide on a dissertation defense date. * It is important that this happen as early as possible, particularly if you have committee members who cannot be present at the defense. There are various forms that require original signatures from your committee members, so the earlier we know, the earlier we can be in touch with these people to start the signature process in time for various deadlines. At this time, the department strongly encourages that there be no more than 2 committee members Skyping in, so please consider this when selecting your 4th and 5th readers.

Ideally, the defense date should be at least several weeks prior to the GSASFinal Dissertation Deadline (available on the GSAS Academic Calendar). This gives the student an opportunity to incorporate any revisions suggested by the committee (during the defense) before the final deadline.

• The student must apply for the Ph.D. degree on Albert. Each semester, there is a deadline by which the student must do this. The deadlines can be found on the GSAS Academic Calendar, and are usually within a month of the beginning of a given semester.

• The student must prepare the preliminary dissertation copy in accordance with GSAS dissertation guidelines. Each semester (including summer), there is a GSASPreliminary Dissertation Deadline by which the student must submit his or her preliminary dissertation (or excerpts) to the GSAS Office of Academic and Student Life. These deadlines are also available on the GSAS Academic Calendar. It is highly recommended that you review the GSAS guidelines at the beginning of the semester. You will find that a) the dissertation must be formatted in a certain manner, which can be quite time consuming, and b) they require documents with original signatures as well, so you will want to prepare these in advance of the Preliminary and Final deadlines. The department is not aware of the details of the GSAS guidelines, so we will not be sending you reminders related to these. It is the student's responsibility to review and meet their requirements and deadlines. The department will, however, send reminders about department paperwork, guidelines, and due dates.

* The Department Administrator (cc'd to the Director of Graduate Studies) is your contact for questions and all matters regarding your defense, department guidelines and requirements (registration deadlines, the required "Reader Sheets" and "Oral Defense" forms (outlined below), forming your committee, setting the date for your defense, communicating with your committee, and anything else that happens within the department). Your contact at GSAS for questions pertaining to their deadlines and procedures is Cherone Slater (cherone.slater@nyu.edu). While you are responsible to reaching our to your committee to select a defense date, once you have narrowed it down, please begin cc'ing me on these communications so that I can make sure that there is space available and that the defense will not conflict with some other department event.

• Upon request (of faculty or students), the student must submit one copy of the dissertation to the department one month prior to the defense. The student must also make one complete copy of the dissertation available (electronic or hard copy) to all five committee members no later than one month prior to the defense. Your advisor, and ideally your core committee members, should be seeing your work regularly leading up to the semester in which you defend and the date of the defense.

Also on this date (one month prior to the defense), the student must submit three "Doctoral Thesis Reader" sheets to the Departmental Administrator, signed by his or her core readers. This sheet indicates that the committee member has read a dissertation draft and approved the dissertation for defense, which is why it is crucial that your core members have access to your writing as it progresses in the months/semesters before your defense. This form is available in the office of the Department Administrator or online, under GSAS Forms.

*For committee members who are not on campus to provide original signatures on this document (not applicable to the "Doctoral Thesis Oral Defense Form"), they may e-mail the Director of Graduate Studies and Department Administrator to verify that the dissertation is ready for defense and then sign the form at a later date or at the actual defense.

• On the date of the defense, the five committee members must sign the "Doctoral Thesis Oral Defense Form," indicating that the student has passed the oral dissertation defense. This form is also available in the office of the Department Administrator or online, under GSAS Forms. If a committee member cannot be present at the defense, the student and Administrator must communicate with this person so that he or she can mail a signed form to the department well before the final dissertation deadline. The three "Doctoral Thesis Reader Sheets" and the "Doctoral Thesis Oral Defense Form" are kept on file in the department, and the Department Administrator is responsible for submitting these to the registrar following the dissertation defense (by the Final Dissertation Deadline). All other paperwork is handled between the student and GSAS; GSAS is then responsible for submitting that paperwork to the registrar.

• Finally, the student must submit the final dissertation copy and other required paperwork, in accordance with GSAS dissertation guidelines, to the GSAS Office of Academic and Student Life. GSAS Final Dissertation Deadlines are available on the GSAS Academic Calendar.

 

Committee Members

According to University Policy, at least three of the dissertation defense committee members must be GSAS faculty members. Former GSAS faculty members (who have been gone for fewer than five years) are regarded as NYU faculty for the purpose of a dissertation defense. The Director of Graduate Studies must approve a committee with fewer than three department faculty members. The committee may have "outside" committee members (not on the NYU faculty at all), with the permission of the Director of Graduate Studies.

KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, GRADUATE DIVISION

Friday, April 06, 2018, 10:00 am
Business
Han, Yoonju
Essays on Dynamics of Consumers’ In-Store Shopping Behavior
Hudge Hall, Room 7301
Chair: Prof. Shibo Li, (812-855-9015)

Monday, April 23, 2018, 10:00 am
Business
Misra, Shekhar
Examining the Role of Marketing in Customer Value Creation and Firm Value Capture
Hodge Hall, Room 7301
Chair: Prof. Lopo Rego, (812-855-1202)

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, GRADUATE DIVISION

Monday, March 19, 2018, 8:45 am
Gender Studies
Jose, Aiyinikkal Mary Margaret Betsy
Queer Film Representations in India: From Reel Moments to Real Moments
Ballantine Hall, Room 622
Chair: Prof. Stephanie Sanders, (812-855-0101)

Monday, March 19, 2018, 1:30 pm
Cognitive Science
Motz, Benjamin
Expectations During the Perception of Auditory Rhythms
Psychology Building, Room 128
Chair: Prof. Aina Puce, (812-856-0417)

Monday, March 19, 2018, 2:15 pm
Psychology
Orczyk, John
CORTICAL GENE ACTIVATION FOLLOWING SENSORY DEPRIVATION IN RATS
Psychology Building, Room 230
Chair: Prof. Preston Garraghty, (812-855-9679)

Monday, March 19, 2018, 3:00 pm
English
Fippinger, Andrew
Ambivalent Feelings: Boredom, Anxiety, and Frustration in the Victorian Novel
Ballantine Hall, Room 442E
Chair: Prof. Ivan Kreilkamp, (812-855-6132)

Tuesday, March 20, 2018, 7:30 am
Psychology
Driskell, Sara
Neurophysiological studies of visual emotion perception of crowds
Psychology, Room 130
Chair: Prof. Aina Puce, (812-856-0417)

Wednesday, March 21, 2018, 11:00 am
Mathematics
Cyr, Justin
Stationary determinantal processes on Z^d and some existence results for SPDEs with Levy noise
Swain Hall East, Room 320
Chair: Prof. Russell Lyons / Prof. Roger Temam, (812-855-1645 / 812-855-8521)

Wednesday, March 21, 2018, 4:00 pm
Chemistry
Jiang, Jiajian
COOPERATIVE BEHAVIORS IN CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM NANOSYSTEMS: FROM P22 VIRAL CAPSID TO PLASMONIC NANOPARTICLES
Chemistry, Room 033
Chair: Prof. Peter Ortoleva, (812-327-1633)

Friday, March 23, 2018, 3:00 pm
Comparative Literature
Dragu, Ana Maria
Intermediality in the Early Avant-Garde (1900-1930): Collage and Montage
Ballantine Hall, Room 235
Chair: Prof. Jacob Emery, (812-855-3634)

Monday, March 26, 2018, 5:00 pm
Religious Studies
Andrews, Ashlee
The Home Shrine and The Transnational World: Agency and Feminine Labor in Bengali Hindu Women's Domestic Shrine Care
Sycamore Hall, Room 224
Chair: Prof. Rebecca Manring, (812-855-6756)

Wednesday, March 28, 2018, 4:00 pm
Chemistry
Martin, Erin
Environmental Remediation Through Electrochemical Reduction-Oxidation
Chemistry, Room 033
Chair: Prof. Dennis Peters, (812-855-9671)

Thursday, March 29, 2018, 3:30 pm
Cognitive Science
Xu, Tian
Intelligence with Interaction: Understanding Coordinated Behaviors with Developmental, Computational and Robotic Approaches
Psychology, Room 230
Chair: Prof. David Crandall / Prof. Chen Yu, (812-856-1115 / 812-856-0838)

Friday, March 30, 2018, 2:00 pm
Economics
Klein, Michael
Essays on Intellectual Property Protection, Foreign Direct Investment, and Economic Growth
Wylie Hall, Room 225
Chair: Prof. Gerhard Glomm, (812-855-6160)

Friday, March 30, 2018, 3:00 pm
Near Eastern Languages & Cultures
Bevers, Michael
Islam, Globalization, and Modernity: Approaching Global Ethics through the Works of Taha Abderrahmane
Global and International Studies, Room 2015
Chair: Prof. Asma Afsaruddin, (812-856-7347)

Monday, April 02, 2018, 11:00 am
Political Science
Schon, Justin
Bullets, Bombs, and Conversations: How civilians make their migration decisions during conflict
Woodburn Hall, Room 218
Chair: Prof. Karen Rasler, (812-345-1855)

Monday, April 02, 2018, 4:45 pm
Political Science
Israelsen, Shelliann
Gender in Conflict: A Dynamic Theory of Ethnonationalist Armed Groups' Recruitment and Non-Recruitment of Female Combatants
Woodburn Hall, Room 218
Chair: Prof. Karen Rasler, (812-855-6308)

Tuesday, April 03, 2018, 4:00 pm
Cognitive Science; Psychology
Sherrin, Steven
Have I walked a mile in your shoes? The role of prior experiences in intergroup perspective taking
Psychology, Room 128
Chair: Prof. Selma Sabanovic / Prof. Eliot Smith, (812-856-0386 / 812-856-0196)

Wednesday, April 04, 2018, 3:00 pm
French
Lerme, Loic
Melusine, Medusa, and the Mermaid: Scaly Ladies and Monstrous Esthetics in 19th- and early 20th-century French Literature
Indiana Memorial Union, Maple Room
Chair: Prof. Nicolas Valazza, (812-855-5764)

Thursday, April 05, 2018, 1:30 pm
Mathematics
Nie, Hongming
Iteration at the boundary of Newton maps
Rawles Hall, Room 127
Chair: Prof. Kevin Pilgrim, (812-855-3477)

Thursday, April 05, 2018, 2:00 pm
Anthropology
Dennis, Evan
ADAPTATION TO SOCIAL ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM SHOCKS: TRANSFORMATION IN SAN DIEGO’S WATER INSTITUTIONS AND CULTURE BETWEEN 1990 AND 2010
Student Building, Room 159
Chair: Prof. Eduardo Brondizio, (812-855-8162 )

Thursday, April 05, 2018, 3:30 pm
Cognitive Science / Psychology
Fraune, Marlena
Examining Effects of Groups and Intergroup Contexts on Human-Robot Interaction
Luddy Hall, Room 1019
Chair: Prof. Selma Sabanovic / Prof. Eliot Smith, (812-856-0386 / 812-856-0196)

Friday, April 06, 2018, 10:00 am
Evolution, Ecology, & Behavior
Sylvia, Kristyn
MODULATION OF THE NEUROENDOCRINE SYSTEM, GUT MICROBIOME, AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
Simon Hall, Room 001
Chair: Prof. Gregory Demas, (812-856-0158)

Friday, April 06, 2018, 1:00 pm
Spanich
Gardner, Nora
Clean Up Duty: Dirt, Disorder and Narrative in Postwar Spain
School of Global and International Studies, Room 3134
Chair: Prof. Reyes Vila-Belda, (812-856-1057)

Friday, April 06, 2018, 1:00 pm
French
Root, Jamie
Des fois ca dit des mots en anglais et en francais meles: On the Variable Morphosyntactic Integration of English-Origin Lexical Verbs in Louisiana French
School of Global & International Studies, Room 1112
Chair: Prof. Kevin Rottet, (812-855-6164)

Friday, April 06, 2018, 2:00 pm
History
Johnson, Maxwell
A Dominant Subdivision of the Mighty Republic: Los Angeles Elites and the Contested Politics of Connection, 1890-1945
Ballantine Hall, Room 704
Chair: Prof. Michael McGerr, (812-855-6113)

Wednesday, April 11, 2018, 2:00 pm
Religious Studies
Cooper, Travis
The Digital Evangelicals: Contesting Authority and Authenticity after the New Media Turn
Student Building, Room 159
Chair: Prof. Candy Brown / Prof. Anya Royce, (812-855-3531 / 812-855-0248)

Wednesday, April 11, 2018, 3:00 pm
Communication & Culture
Barker, Cory
Second Screen Strategies: The Resilience of Television in the Social TV Era
Franklin Hall, Room 230M
Chair: Prof. Barbara Klinger, (812-320-5878)

Thursday, April 12, 2018, 9:00 am
Italian
Gemmani, Lucia
The Materiality of Battle: Warfare between Fiction and Reality in Italian Renaissance and Baroque Literature, Music and Theater
Indiana Memorial Union, Persimmon Room
Chair: Prof. Marco Arnaudo, (812-855-1088)

Thursday, April 12, 2018, 11:00 am
Economics
Nelson, Jaeger
The Impact of Social Security Programs on Households and the Macroeconomy
Wylie Hall, Room 225
Chair: Prof. Gerhard Glomm, (812-855-7256)

Thursday, April 12, 2018, 11:00 am
History
Coleman, Rachel
Give Me My Child Back: Evangelical Attitudes Toward Public Education in Twentieth Century America
Ballantine Hall, Room 704
Chair: Prof. Michael Grossberg, (812-855-3882)

Monday, April 16, 2018, 2:00 pm
Biochemistry
Fang, Mingxu
Redox, light and stringent responses in Rhodobacter capsulatus
Simon Hall, Room 001
Chair: Prof. Carl Bauer, (812-855-6595)

Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 11:00 am
Fine Arts - Art History
Domenes-Danes, Maria
Art-chive Production in Post-war Lebanon
Radio-Television Center, Room 322
Chair: Prof. Michelle Facos, (812-855-9390)

Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 1:00 pm
Chemistry
Logan, Kaitlyn
Metal-Catalyzed Stereoselective Alkene Carboboration
Simon Hall, Room 001
Chair: Prof. M. Kevin Brown, (812-856-9114)

Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 9:00 am
Physics
Daugherty, Sean
Neutron Interactions on Xe-136 and Their Impact on Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Searches
Center for Exploration of Energy and Matter, North Large Conference Room
Chair: Prof. Mike Snow, (812-855-3881)

Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 4:15 pm
Political Science
Wonder, Thomas
Nationalism in Authoritarian Regimes: Activists, the Public and Institutions in Russia 2000-16
Woodburn Hall, Room 220A
Chair: Prof. Regina Smyth, (812-856-2822)

Friday, April 20, 2018, 12:00 pm
Mathematics
Lam, Wai Kit
Topics in critical and first-passage percolation
Rawles Hall, Room 127
Chair: Prof. Michael Damron / Prof. Russel Lyons, (404-894-4311 / 812-855-1645)

Friday, April 20, 2018, 2:00 pm
Economics
Chen, Meng-Wei
Essays on Chinese fiscal federalism and regional economics
Wylie Hall, Room 225
Chair: Prof. Michael Alexeev, (812-855-7103)

Friday, April 20, 2018, 4:30 pm
Linguistics
Alshammari, Wafi
The Development of and Accommodation in Gulf Pidgin Arabic: Verbal and Pronominal Form Selection
School of Global & International Studies, Room 1118
Chair: Prof. Joseph Clancy Clements, (812-855-7447)

Monday, April 23, 2018, 11:00 am
Communication & Culture
Gilmore, James
Knowing the Everyday: Wearable Technologies and the Informatic Domain
Franklin Hall, Room M030M
Chair: Prof. Stephanie DeBoer, (812-856-3708)

Monday, April 23, 2018, 12:15 pm
Political Science
Stone, Jason
Reaching Beyond the Village: Civic Activism and Insurgent Mobilization in Deeply-Divided Societies
Woodburn Hall, Room 220A
Chair: Prof. Jacob Bielasiak / Prof. Gardner Bovingdon, (812-855-5662 / 812-856-0230)

Monday, April 23, 2018, 2:00 pm
History
Foss, Sarah
Until the Indian is Made to Walk: Indigenismo and Development in Cold War Guatemala
Ballantine Hall, Room 704
Chair: Prof. Jeffrey Gould, (812-855-6934)

Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 2:30 pm
Economics
Lee, Ryan
Essays in Trade Agreements and Trade Networks
Wylie Hall, Room 225
Chair: Prof. Mostafa Beshkar / Prof. Volodymyr Lugovskyy, (812-855-6383 / 812-856-4594)

Thursday, April 26, 2018, 2:00 pm
Microbiology
Morton, Robert
A new phosphorelay that positively regulates swarming motility and negatively regulates holdfast production in Caulobacter crescentus
Woodburn Hall, Room 120
Chair: Prof. Yves Brun, (812-855-8860)

Friday, April 27, 2018, 12:15 pm
Microbiology
McCully, Alexandra
Characterization of metabolic interactions within a model microbial mutualism
Simon Hall, Room001
Chair: Prof. James McKinlay, (812-855-0359)

Tuesday, May 01, 2018, 2:30 pm
Speech & Hearing Sciences
Factor, Laiah
The Differential Facilitative Effects of Gesture and General Cognitive Mechanisms on Foreign Language Lexical Acquisition in School-Aged Children
Speeach & Hearing Sciences, Room C108
Chair: Prof. Raquel Anderson, (812-855-4161)

Wednesday, May 09, 2018, 2:30 pm
History
Antone, Marc
Ethnic Violence, Law, and Authoritarianism in Nineteenth-Century Mexico
Ballantine Hall, Room 704
Chair: Prof. Peter Guardino, (812-855-6108)

Thursday, May 10, 2018, 10:00 am
Economics
Park, Kwangyong
Essays on Monetary and Fiscal Policy under Imperfect Information
Wylie Hall, Room 225
Chair: Prof. Eric Leeper, (812-855-9157)

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, GRADUATE DIVISION

Monday, March 19, 2018, 10:00 am
Curriculum & Instruction
Howard, Kimberly
THROUGH THEIR LENSES: PRESERVICE TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS OF THE VALUE OF THEIR INTERNATIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCES
Wright School of Education, Room 4204
Chair: Prof. David Flinders, (812-856-8189)

Monday, April 02, 2018, 9:00 am
Instructional Systems Technology
Ozdemir, Ozgur
Open textbook adoption: Enhancing the understanding of open textbook experiences of college faculty teaching in different settings
Wright School of Education, Room 2140
Chair: Prof. Curtis Bonk, (812-322-2878)

Tuesday, April 03, 2018, 10:00 am
Higher Education
Lozano, Jonathan
Student Trustees in the United States: Exploring the Foundations and Issues of Student Involvement in Public Higher Education Governance
Wright School of Education, Room 2102
Chair: Prof. Alexander McCormick, (812-856-4435)

Friday, April 06, 2018, 2:00 pm
Learning & Developmental Sciences
McKeown, Jessica
A Longitudinal Examination of Nature of Science Understandings Over a Decade: Change Between Grades Two and Twelve
Wright School of Education, Room 4204
Chair: Prof. Cindy Hmelo-Silver, (812-856-8335)

Monday, April 09, 2018, 10:00 am
History, Philosophy, & Policy in Education
Kearl, Benjamin
'Through a Thorough Individualized IEP Process': A Genealogical Policy Study of Special Education, Race, Disability, and Whiteness
Wright School of Education, Room 2277
Chair: Prof. Dionne Danns / Prof. Luise McCarty, (812-856-8398 / 812-856-8385)

Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 2:00 pm
Higher Education
Shuck, Johari
Legacy in Black and Blue: A Historical Examination of the Experiences of Black Football Players at the University of Michigan 1968-2004
IUPUI School of Education, ES 3138E
Chair: Prof. Dionne Danns / Prof. Robin Hughes, (812-856-8398 / 317-274-6817)

Monday, April 23, 2018, 2:00 pm
Higher Education
Wheatle, Katherine
Ward of the State: The Politics of Funding Maryland's Black Land-Grant College, 1886 - 1939
Wright School of Education, Room 4214
Chair: Prof. Andrea Walton, (812-345-9281)

Monday, April 23, 2018, 2:30 pm
Curriculum and Instruction
Kim, Geena
“Because the United States is a great melting pot”: The influence of students’ sociocultural backgrounds on understanding world history
Wright School of Education, Room 2277
Chair: Prof. Keith Barton, (812-340-0425)

Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 10:00 am
Learning & Developmental Sciences
Rehak, Andrea
Becoming and being an INSPIRE student: Learning, participation, and engagement in a Living-Learning Community
Wright School of Education, Room 2277
Chair: Prof. Cindy Hmelo-Silver, (812-856-8335)

SCHOOL OF INFORMATICS, COMPUTING, AND ENGINEERING, GRADUATE DIVISION

Tuesday, March 27, 2018, 2:00 pm
Information Science
Zoss, Angela
Network Visualization Literacy: Task, Context, and Layout
Luddy Hall, Vizualization Lab, Room 4012
Chair: Prof. Katy Borner, (812-855-3256)

Thursday, March 29, 2018, 3:30 pm
Computer Science
Xu, Tian
Intelligence with Interaction: Understanding Coordinated Behaviors with Developmental, Computational and Robotic Approaches
Psychology, Room 230
Chair: Prof. David Crandall / Prof. Chen Yu, (812-856-1115 / 812-856-0838)

Tuesday, April 03, 2018, 9:30 am
Computer Science
Peng, Zong
CLOUD-BASED SERVICE FOR ACCESS OPTIMIZATION TO TEXTUAL BIG DATA
Informatics West, Room 232
Chair: Prof. Beth Plale, (812-855-4373)

Friday, April 13, 2018, 3:30 pm
Informatics
MacLeod, Haley
Rare World: Investigating Social Support in Rare Disease and Common Chronic Illness Communities
Informatics West, Room 232
Chair: Prof. Kay Connelly / Prof. Katie Siek, (812-855-0739 / 812-856-0598)

THE MEDIA SCHOOL, GRADUATE DIVISION

Wednesday, March 28, 2018, 1:30 pm
Mass Communication (Telecommunications)
Bas, Ozen
The Potential of Twitter Images for Galvanizing Citizens to Collective Action
Franklin Hall, Room 330F
Chair: Prof. Maria Grabe, (812-856-1466)

Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 9:00 am
Mass Communication (Telecommunication)
Read-Bullock, Glenna
Social identity in advertising: News stories, phenotypic prototypicality, and model identity influence cognitive processing and evaluation of advertisements
Franklin Hall, Room 0030M
Chair: Prof. Robert Potter, (812-856-2546)

Monday, April 23, 2018, 10:00 am
Mass Communications
Park, Young Eun
Co-creation, Crowdsourcing, and Corporate Social Responsibility
Franklin Hall, Room 230M
Chair: Prof. Sung-Un Yang, (812-855-0078)

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, GRADUATE DIVISION

Friday, June 29, 2018, 1:00 pm
Physiology
Tang, Jessica
Epigenetic targeting of adipocytes inhibits high-grade serous ovarian cancer cell migration and invasion
Jordan Hall, Room 009
Chair: Prof. Kenneth Nephew, (812-855-9445)

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS, GRADUATE DIVISION

Tuesday, March 20, 2018, 9:30 am
Public Affairs
Gopalan, Sandilya
Examining the Disparities in Non-Cognitive Educational Outcomes in the US
SPEA, DCR 300
Chair: Prof. Maureen Pirog, (812-855-0732)

Thursday, March 22, 2018, 3:30 pm
Public Affairs
Bullinger, Lindsey
The Impact of Social Policy on Child and Family Health and Well-Being in the United States
SPEA, Room 300
Chair: Prof. Maureen Pirog / Prof. Kosali Simon, (812-855-0732 / 812-856-3850)

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Monday, March 26, 2018, 9:00 am
Leisure Behavior
Kang, Sangguk
EXAMINING THE INFLUENCE OF FUTURE TIME PERSPECTIVE ON OLDER ADULT’S TRAVEL BEHAVIOR
School of Public Health, Dean's Conference Room, Room 107
Chair: Prof. Shu Cole, (812-855-9037)

Friday, March 30, 2018, 1:30 pm
Epidemiology
Arnaez, James
A Cross-Sectional Analysis of Depression Stigma and Barriers to Seeking Mental Health Care: Evidence for Effect Modification by Depression Severity, Cultural Background, and Gender
School of Public Health, Dean's Conference Room, Room 107
Chair: Prof. Andrea Chomistek, (812-856-7779)

Thursday, April 05, 2018, 11:00 am
Leisure Behavior
Dawson, Shay
PSYCHOSOCIAL EFFECT OF A YEAR ROUND MENTORING & ONLINE SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR ADOLESCENTS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES ATTENDING A RESIDENTIAL MEDICAL CAMP
School of Public Health, Room C-013
Chair: Prof. Bryan McCormick, (812-855-3482)

Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 1:00 pm
Human Performance
Singleton, Braden
DOES THE EFFICACY OF TWO EVIDENCE-BASED MOVEMENT BASELINE SCREENING PROTOCOLS COUPLED WITH INJURY PREDICTION SOFTWARE PREDICT TIME-LOSS INJURY?
School of Public Health, Room C013
Chair: Prof. Dave Koceja , (812-855-7302)

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *