CSBS Social Life Newsletter


Spring 2017 "Sneak Peek" Event
Date: Wednesday, November 30
Time: 11:30-1:30 PM
Location: Building 73, Main Foyer


Strayer in the White House

Psychology professor David Strayer was recently invited to a White House Roundtable on Public Lands for Public Health.

What could Trump do?

Political science assistant professor James Curry explains what a Trump administration could and could not do regarding campaign promises the President-elect had made.

A New Chapter for U's Classroom Building

Replacing OSH, the new Carolyn and Kem Gardner Building will be a, "state-of-the-art learning space, equipped with the latest technology and thinking about how to foster learning of the highest caliber."

A Taxable Luxury?

According to sociology professor Claudia Geist and sociology alum Lea Hunter, menstrual products are an absolute necessity for full and equal participation in society and the arguments to tax them don’t stack up.

Escape the Winter in Cuba!

Economics emeritus professor Al Campbell is back by popular demand and wants to take YOU on Go Learn journey to Cuba, where he has researched, lived and played for the past twenty years.

Federal and Tribal Land Management

Anthropology professor Brian Codding offers suggestions on how to achieve cooperative land management between federal agencies and tribes.

Conozca El Sistema Electoral

Before the election, associate professor and Center for Latin American Studies Director Claudio Holzner did an interview with the Spanish-language news station Telemundo10 about presidential candidate Evan McMullin.
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Erin Kaufman is the winner of this year's American Psychological Foundation (APF) 2016 Lizette Peterson‐Homer Memorial Injury Research Grant. This grant focuses on psychosocial research on injuries to children and young adults through accidents, violence, abuse, or suicide.
Psychology professor Katie Baucom presented a mental health advocacy award to Patrick Kennedy during the Annual Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies meeting in New York.
Congratulations to former psychology graduate student Andrea Garvey, who received an award for exceptional teaching from Stanford University!

November 28 - January 8

Spring 2017 "Sneak Peek" Event: November 30
Fall Semester Ends: December 8
Finals Week: December 12-16
Holiday Recess: December 17-January 8
Christmas Eve: December 24
Christmas Day: December 25
University Closure: December 26
University Closure: December 30
New Years Eve: December 31
New Years Day: January 1
University Closure: January 2
Spring Semester Starts: January 9

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