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Center for Urban Research and Learning

Friday Morning Seminars - Spring 2007

DateTopicPresenter
Jan 19 Stress and the Brain Louis Lucas, Department of Biology, Loyola University Chicago
Jan 26 Decolonization through Drama: African Youth As Geiger Counters Of Culture, Corruption, Communication, And Development Margaretta Gacheru, Department of Sociology, Loyola University Chicago
Feb 2 Beyond Business as Usual: Loyola University Medical Center, Community Partnerships Lena Hatchett, Department of Preventative Medicine, Loyola Medical Center
Feb 9 What Does Diversity Mean In An Era Of Color Blindness? Examining Diversity in Major U.S. Corporations David Embrick, Department of Sociology, Loyola University Chicago
Feb 16 After Capitalism? David Schweickart, Department of Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago
Feb 23 On Community Development Financing, Housing Cooperatives, Affordable Housing Development Mark Fick, Senior Loan/Program Officer, Chicago Community Loan Fund
March 2 Schooling and Identity Development in Girls in the Indian Context Shweta Singh, Department of Social Work, Loyola University Chicago
Mar 9 No Seminar. Spring Break  
Mar 16 Presentation on Residential Segregation Tyrone Forman and Maria Krysan, Department of Sociology and African American Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago
Mar 23 Stress and Coping of African American Parents and Children Suzette Speight and Anita Thomas, School of Education and Noni Gaylord-Harden, Department of Psychology, Loyola University Chicago
Mar 30 Field Trip to DuSable Museum of African American History  
Apr 6 Good Friday. No Seminar  
Apr 13 Documentary Production and Community Involvement Elizabeth Coffman, Department of Communication, Loyola University Chicago
Apr 20 Struggling in a Land of Abundance: Examining Black Underperformance in Suburban Schools Amanda Lewis, African American Studies and Sociology, University of Illinois at Chicago
Apr 27 Sustainable Evanston: Pursuing Suburban Sustainability A Panel from the Network for Evanston's Future. Co-sponsored by Center for Urban Environmental Research and Policy and the Department of Sociology

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