[PAST EVENT] Research Showcase: How Individual Action Leads to Global Change

April 12, 2022
5pm - 6pm
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Interested in learning about the William & Mary research projects changing the world? Join us for a series of lightning talks from undergraduate, graduate, and faculty researchers.  

Zoom: Link will be sent upon registration. 

Highlighted research areas include:

  • Anthropology: Joe Jones, lecturer and research associate at the Institute for Historical Biology and Chardé Reid, historical archaeology Ph.D. student
  • Art History: Alan Braddock, associate professor of art history & American studies, and Molly McCarthy Flood ’22
  • Biology: Shantá Hinton, associate professor of biology, and Marcus Odin ’22
  • Economics: John Lopresti, assistant professor of economics, and Jackson Howell ’22
  • Global Research Institute and International Justice Lab: Kelebogile Zvogbo, assistant professor of government, and Daniel Posthumus ’24
  • James Monroe's Highland: Sara Bon-Harper, executive director, Anna Arnsberger ’25 and Josiah Tunstall ’22
  • Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Chris Hein, associate professor of physical science, and Justin Shawler ’16, Ph.D. ’22
  • William & Mary Law: Vivian Hamilton, professor of law, and Ashton Scott J.D. ’22

Moderated by:

  • Elizabeth Harbron, Floyd D. Gottwald Sr. professor of chemistry and interim director of the Charles Center
  • Dan Cristol, chancellor professor of biology and director of the 1693 Scholars Program
  • John Swaddle, professor of biology and faculty director of the Institute for Integrative Conservation