CASL Faculty Research Slam


Thursday, October 20
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
CASL faculty research slam

Join us for the eighth annual 

CASL Faculty Research Slam

Thursday, October 20, 2022

3:00-4:30 p.m. via Zoom Webinar


3:00-3:05 pm: Welcome

  • 3:05-3:12 pm: John Abramyan (Biology): Diversity in the Developing Nose and Mouth of Vertebrates
  • 3:13-3:20 pm: Hyejin Kim (Mathematics): What is the probability of a rare event occurring?
  • 3:21-3:28 pm: Mike MacDonald (Composition and Rhetoric): Sponsoring Global Governmentality
  • 3:29-3:36 pm: Jin Wang (Physics): Quantum Optics and Quantum Information
  • 3:37-3:44 pm: Dale Thomson (Political Science): Philanthropy & Democracy
  • 3:45-3:52 pm: Jie Fan (Biology): What happens to the blood vessel wall when the tumor cell is trying to transmigrate across?
  • 3:53-4:00 pm: Diana Ng (Art History): Cognitive theory as a heuristic for ancient Roman public culture
  • 4:01-4:08 pm: Zhong Xu Liu (Psychology): Association of psychological distress and physical health with subjective and objective memory in older adults
  • 4:09-4:16 pm: Suvranta Tripathy (Physics): Intracellular Transport of Phagosomes - Biophysical Investigation
  • 4:17-4:24 pm: Antonios Koumpias (Economics): Effects of Property Tax Assessment Growth Limit Portability on Migration Flows

4:25-4:30 pm: Closing Remarks

(abstracts can be found on the Research Slam webpage.) 

The meeting will be held via Zoom webinar. It will be recorded.

Please register for the event through the button below. Once you register, you will be emailed a confirmation and webinar link.

Hosted by

The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters


Susan Gedert

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