Next 'Curious and Creative Conversation' on April 3

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The next in the series of events hosted by OSCAR called the “Curious and Creative Conversations Series” is slated for Wednesday, April 3, at 10 a.m.

The event features three faculty members from diverse fields/disciplines in the Garden Area of Reed Library. Each faculty member will have 10 minutes to share the details about a scholarly, research, or creative project they’ve completed. In the final 15 minutes, the faculty presenters will discuss the value of various research and creative activity and will consider the ways in which they see their fields intersecting.

Lightning talks on April 3 will feature Department of Visual Arts Assistant Professor Quintin Gleim sharing his work titled “Illustrating Imaginative Realism;” Dr. Angela McGowan-Kirsch of the Department of Communication will share her work, “What can Rhetorical Analysis Reveal about Women Senators' Floor Speeches?” and Senior Lecturer Ray Rushboldt from the Department of Politics and International Affairs will share his work, “Voting & Place: Where You Live & Political Behavior.” 

Students are encouraged to learn about the processes involved in and outcomes resulting from scholarship and creative activity in various fields, and consider how scholarly and creative work varies from discipline to discipline.

The talks are open to the campus and local community.

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