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Faculty Perspectives

Faculty Perspectives: On Online Meeting of the Minds. Sponsored by the Office of Alumni Relations 

Access archived versions of past Faculty Perspectives webinars below.

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Professor Edward Deci

Self-Determination: What Motivates You?
featuring Edward Deci, Professor of Psychology and Gowen Professor in the Social Sciences

Professor John Kessler

Oceans and Rapid Climate Change: A Look at the Greenhouse Effect
featuring John Kessler, Associate Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Professor David Hursh

Education for Environmental Health and Sustainability in Developing Countries
featuring David Hursh, Professor of Education, Teaching and Curriculum

Professor Ellen Koskoff

Music, Ritual, and Meaning in Balinese Life
featuring Ellen Koskoff, Professor of Ethnomusicology and Director of Ethnomusicology Programs

Professor Lawrence Rothenberg

The Obama Environmental Policy—Past, Present, and Future
featuring Lawrence Rothenberg, Corrigan-Minehan Professor of Political Science

Dr. Harmut Land

Hitting Cancer Where it Hurts: Surprising New Opportunities for Cancer Therapies
featuring Dr. Harmut Land, Robert and Dorothy Markin Professor and Chair, Department of Biomedical Genetics (BMG); Director of Research and Co-Director of the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center; Director, Genetics Program

Professor Henry Kautz

Mining Public Health Information From Social Media
featuring Henry Kautz '87 (PhD), Chair of the Department of Computer Science; Director, University of Rochester's Big Data Initiative

Lynn Gatto

Horizons at Warner: Summer Enrichment for Rochester's Use
featuring Lynn Gatto '12W (PhD), Executive Director of Horizons at Warner; Faculty, Warner School of Education

Heinzelman, Sturge-Apple

Uncoding the Emotions of Teens
featuring Wendi Heinzelman, Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Dean of Graduate Studies for Arts, Sciences & Engineering and Melissa Sturge-Apple '92, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology