Past C.L.A.S.P. Speakers
"Prince as a 19th Century French Dandy: Recontextualizing Critical Literary Topics with Minnesota's Purple Yoda"
Sept. 13 – Karen Turman - 5pm in Stark 103
"I Am Not Your Negro" Screening and Panel Discussion
Sept. 27 – Paul Johnson, WSU Film Studies and the Frozen River Film Festival - 7pm in SLC 120
"Perceptions of Disability and Inclusion - Past, Present and Future"
Oct. 11 – Amy Olson - 5pm in Stark 103
"Can You Teach People to Be Creative?" Lessons from the Creative Writing Classroom
Oct. 25 – Jim Armstrong - 5pm in Stark 103
"Creativity Myths: Debunking the Myths that Surround Creativity"
Nov. 1 – Tanya Ryan - 5pm in Stark 103
"Creative Uses of Non-Big Data"
Nov. 15 – Craig Upright - 5pm in Stark 103
"Emerging Emergence: The Role of Digital Life in Coming to Autism as an Older Adult"
Sep. 14 – Kate Jenkins
"Hacking the human condition: Using biotechnology to predict and design personalized treatments for human diseases"
Sep. 21 – Francis M. Mann
"Video games, self-identity, and social capital: A gamer’s perspective"
Oct. 5 – Ken Graetz, Dennis Santiago, Charlie Utzman & Amir Hossain
"Hocus Focus-Believability of Photography in the Era of Photoshop"
Oct. 19 – David Burman
"War in the Digital Age: Drones, Cyberwar, and Social Media in Modern Armed Conflict"
Nov. 2 – David Speetzen
"Cyberbullies, Trolls, and Stalkers: Student Perceptions of Ethical Issues in Social Media Use"
Nov. 16 – Tammy Swenson Lepper & April Kerby
Dealing with Rapid Change: Ethnicity, Race and Inequality in Norway
Sept. 16: Presented by Jenna Chernega
Assets vs. Deficits
Sept. 30: Presented by Robert Howman
Beyond the Model Minority
Oct. 7: Presented by Dia Yang
Resilience: Five Generations in the Workplace
Oct. 21: Presented by Kathryn Lammers & Jennifer Timm
Screening American Sniper on the 21st-Century College Campus
Oct. 28: Presented by Paul Johnson
Redefine Possible - Become a Force for Positive Change in the World
Nov. 4: Presented by Spencer West (East Hall, Kryzsko Commons)
(Cancelled) Ecological Equity: Building Inclusive Ecosystems
Nov. 18: Presented by Tex Hawkins & James Reidy
Building an Inclusive Community – Step One: Access
Jan. 27: Presented by Jeanne Danneker, et al.
How Teaching at a Tribal College Changed My Life—Or at Least My Teaching
Feb. 10: Presented by Colette Hyman
Valuing Whose Voices? Medical Decision Making for Youth in Foster Care
Feb. 24: Presented by Zach Strassburger, Esq.
Why the Past Matters: Racist Ideologies in 18th-Century Discourses of Knowledge
March 16: Presented by Elizabeth Zold
Cooperative Enterprises: Promoting the Common Good
March 30: Presented by Craig Upright
Bruno Latour and the Parliament of Things: The Modern Crisis of Representation
April 13: Presented by Jim Armstrong
January 21: Fat Blame: Questioning the Weapons of the War on Obesity
April Herndon, PhD
Did you miss the presentation? Watch "Fat Blame" now.
January 28: Toward a Sustainable Peace: Contingent Pacifism and Justice After War
David Speetzen, PhD
February 11: Got Water?
Jen Zemke, PhD, Candace Kairies-Beatty, PhD & Jeanne Franz, PhD
February 18: Resilience: A Lifelong Skill for Bouncing Back and Moving Forward
Mick Lynch, PsyD, LP & Eunie Alsaker, MSSW, LICSW
Did you miss the presentation? Watch "Resilience" now.
March 4: Ethical Veganism and the Commodification of Animals
Patrick Clipsham, PhD
Did you miss the presentation? Watch "Ethical Veganism" now.
March 18: Whose Water Is It? Preventing the Tragedy of the Commons
Steve Leonhardi, PhD
March 25: Natural Gas: The Bridge From Dirty Energy to a Low Carbon, Renewable Energy System
Don Salyards, PhD
Did you miss the presentation? Watch "Natural Gas" now.
April 1: Harnessing the Power of the Ebola Virus: Developing Enhanced Vaccines
Osvaldo Martinez, PhD
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April 8: Violence Against Women and Children: A Challenge for Sustainable Development
Did you miss the presentation? Watch "Violence Against Women and Children" now.