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Loyola University Chicago

Center for Urban Research and Learning

Friday Morning Seminars - Fall 2007

 

DateTopicPresenter
Sep 7 Neighborhood Change and Late Diagnosis of Breast Cancer Dick Barrett, Department of Sociology, University of Illinois at Chicago
Sep 14 A Human Rights Approach to Children in Poverty James Garbarino, Department of Psychology, Loyola University Chicago
Sep 21 Tailoring Statistical Methods to Answer Our Questions, Not Vice Versa Tim O'Brien, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Loyola University Chicago
Sep 28 Facilitating a Successful Business Environment in a Diverse Community Lynn M. Kardasz, Uptown United and Dennis Watson, Loyola CURL
Oct 5 Public Housing in Australia: Redevelopment and Social Mix Michael Darcy, University of Western Sydney
Oct 12 Making Research Lemons into Lemonade Julie Hilvers and Dennis Watson, Loyola CURL
Oct 19 Civil Rights in the South - Forty Years Later Phil Nyden, Loyola CURL & Gwen Nyden, Oakton Community College, Department of Sociology
Oct 26 Exposure and Reactivity to Daily Racial Microaggressions Among African-American Adults Anthony Burrow, Department of Psychology, Loyola University Chicago
Nov 2 Free Minds, Free People: Facilitating Youth-Led Social Change Mia Henry, Program Director, Chicago Freedom School
Nov 9 Helping People 'Faith': A Catholic Contribution to Social Justice Michael Schuck, Department of Theology, Loyola University Chicago
Nov 16 Street Level Bureaucrats Aren?t Just on the Street Anymore: The Role of 911 Call Takers Jim Gilsinan, Public Policy Studies, St. Louis University
Nov 23 Thanksgiving. No seminar  
Nov 30 The Ideology of Diversity and Neighborhood Housing Politics in Chicago?s Rogers Park Ellen Berrey, Department of Sociology, Northwestern University
Dec 7 A Visit to the Loyola University Medical Center LUMC
   

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