We are delighted to announce our speakers for Faculty Pub Night 2021-2021 at the William H. Hannon Library. This is the twelfth year of our signature series, first established when the library opened in fall 2009. We hope you will join us this year! Pub Night offers our guests an opportunity to hear LMU faculty present, discuss, and answer questions about their most recent “pub”-lication in a casual setting.
Faculty Pub Night is open to all students, faculty, and staff. Community members are also invited to attend, provided that campus access policies permit. For more information about attending events on campus, go to LMU Together.
This year, we have invited the following faculty:
- Joy Ee (September 14), author of Schools Under Siege: The Impact of Immigration Enforcement on Educational Equity (More information and registration)
- Louvenia Jackson (October 12), author or Cultural Humility in Art Therapy: Applications for Practice, Research, Social Justice, Self-care, and Pedagogy (More information and registration)
- Rebecca Stephenson and Karie Huchting (November 9), authors of “Teaching in Troubling Times: The Effects of Political Climate in Classrooms” (More information and registration)
- Vanessa Díaz (December 7), author of Manufacturing Celebrity: Latino Paparazzi and Women Reporters in Hollywood (More information and registration)
- Tatiana Kuzmenko and Demian Willette (January 18), authors of “Plant-derived Drug Discovery in an Introductory Biology Laboratory Course” (information coming in Fall 2021)
- Mary Kuryla (February 15), author of Away to Stay (information coming in Fall 2021)
- Ace Vo (March 15), author of “Identifying Socially Vulnerable Regions with Persistent Low Accessibility to Emergency Care through a Spatial Decision Framework” (information coming in Fall 2021)
- Rebecca Delfino (April 12), author of “Just What the Doctor Ordered: A New Federal Statute to Criminalize Physicians for Overprescribing Opioids” (information coming in Fall 2021)
All events begin at 5:30 p.m. PT. Some events may occur on Zoom (details at the links above). For more information about this series, contact John Jackson, Head of Outreach and Communications for the William H. Hannon Library, at (310) 338-5234 or email@example.com.
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