Friday, March 6, 2009
Student Research Conference
8:30 am - 6 pm
We seek to engage students from all disciplines within the
Claremont consortium and beyond in a dialogue about the essential issues affecting
our communities, nation, and the collective global society. In addition,
the conference encourages students to utilize the unique qualities of their
disciplines to ponder/generate possible solutions to these issues.
In addition to presentations, one section of the conference will feature panel discussions facilitated by CGU faculty (within their area of expertise). Including areas relevant to: Politics and Policy, Behavioral and Organization Development, Management and Non-profit Management, Religion, Education, Information Systems, Global Health and other disciplines across the Claremont Consortium.
Professor Gregory Herek
Received his Ph.D. in social psychology from UC Davis in 1983, and a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University. He subsequently served as a faculty member at Yale and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York before returning to UC Davis first as a research psychologist and currently as a tenured professor. An internationally recognized authority on prejudice against lesbians and gay men, anti-gay violence, and AIDS-related stigma, Professor Herek has published numerous scholarly articles on these topics. He also serves as consulting editor for several academic journals, including Basic and Applied Social Psychology, Sexuality Research and Social Policy, Psychology of Men and Masculinity, Journal of Sex Research, and the Journal of Homosexuality. He also has assisted the APA in preparing amicus briefs in numerous
court cases. more...
Activist Hibaaq Osman
Appointed as V-Day Special Representative for Africa, Middle East, and Asia, Hibaaq Osman has directed V-Day’s international work in these regions since 2002, leading delegations to Afghanistan, Palestine, Korea, India to form collaborations with local women activists. Based in Cairo, Ms. Osman is the founder and Chair of V-Day Karama movement, supporting local activists to build a multi-sectoral approach for ending violence against women in nine countries across the Middle East and North Africa. Karama is an Arabic word meaning ‘dignity’ and ‘self-respect,’ the essence of her approach. Ms. Osman has dedicated her life promoting peace, democracy, human rights, and women’s rights around the world. more...
Everyone is welcome and registration is free!
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