Diversity Brownbags

The purpose of the bi-weekly brownbag is to provide a supportive environment in which students and faculty who are doing diversity-focused research can receive feedback on a variety of research products that could include grants, manuscripts, conference presentations, and others.  All are welcome to join and present.  The brownbag will occur every other week and will be held in Burnett 313.

Date Time 


Sept. 14 1:30 pm

Dr. Trey Andrews: Research presentation on a adverse childhood events among migrant farmworkers

Sept. 28 1:30 pm

Natalia Acosta: Perceptions of Healthcare Workesr about Victims of Colombia's armed conflict

Oct. 12 1:30 pm Allura Ralston: Research Presentation on Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Populations
Oct. 26 1:30 pm Lisa Crockett: Latino Youth Care Project
Nov. 9 1:30 pm Laura Acosta: Barriers to novel Spanish-language PTSD Treatment
Nov. 16 1:30 pm TBD
Dec. 7 TBD TBD