Event: Grad Slam Preliminary Round (April 8, 3pm)

Grad Slam LogoThe Grad Slam is a campus-wide competition for the best three-minute research talk by a graduate student, organized by the Graduate Division as part of the annual Graduate Student Showcase. On Tuesday, April 8, the Library will host one of the Grad Slam Preliminary Rounds in the Pacific View Room (8th Floor). Everyone is welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served.

The following three-minute talks will be presented in the Library's round:

  • Analytics at Your Fingertips, Vaibhav Arora, Computer Science
  • "Putting on Your Work Hat”: The Role of [Un]Professionalism in Organizational Life, Scott Banghart, Communication
  • The Brain in Action, Deborah Barany, Dynamical Neuroscience
  • Searching the Brain for Missing Parts, Matt Cieslak, Psychological and Brain Sciences
  • Improving Social Skills in Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sunny Kim, Education
  • A Safe and Effective Nanotherapeutic to Control the Coagulation Cascade During Trauma, Damien Kudela, Chemistry
  • Handling Our Dead: What Funerals Say about the Living, Christine Murphy, Religious Studies
  • Because Neglect Isn’t Cute: Tuxedo Stan’s Campaign for a Humane World, Shari Sanders, Comparative Literature