February 24: Becky Dunn, Public Health: Evidence-based community action to support breastfeeding families in New Hampshire
March 3: Armagan Gezici, Economics: An intersectional analysis of COVID-19 unemployment
March 10: Meriem Pages, English: Topic and title TBA
March 17: Jim Waller, Holocaust and Genocide Studies: The escalating risk of mass violence in the United States
March 24: Jonathan Gitelson, Art and Design: Jon Gitelson: Artist talk
March 31: Bob Simoneau, Business Management: The science and technology of reclaiming raw materials
April 7: Marie Duggan, Economics: Piety and Profits in 1690: Why the Wealthiest Families in Mexico Wanted Missions in California
April 14: Sander Lee, Communication and Philosophy: Elia Kazan and the Hollywood blacklist: Some philosophical reflection
April 21: Denise Burchsted, Environmental Studies, Geography, and Sustainability: Why does the environmental movement look so white? People of all races are deeply committed to protecting the environment.
April 28: Jared Nelson, Sustainable Product Design and Architecture: Natural fibers as sustainable material alternatives for engineered industrial uses
May 5: Tim Hastings, Graduate student, History & Archives: Getting away with murder: Violence and the construction of race in eighteenth-century New Hampshire.
May 12: Sustainable Product Design and Innovation students: Rheological Analysis of Bio-materials (Slesha Tuladhar ’23); Nozzle Design for 3D Bioprinting Process (Cartwright Nelson ’22)
May 19: Presentations by Psychology honors students:
Katelyn Pacheco - The Relationship of Parenting and Gender with Narcissism
Vanessa Nichols - Development of a Substance-Use Risk-Potential Scale for Emerging Adults
Megan Marshall - The Effects of Trauma and Resilience on Stress Reactivity.
Grace Vogel - The Effects of Stimulus and Response Distance on Decision Making