Human and Social Sciences is going to celebrate reaching the one-third finished point of the semester by having a get together–or maybe a blow-out party–on Thursday evening, February 28, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Human Sciences majors and concentrators (and their professors) don’t often have the chance to socialize as a group, so this will provide a chance to meet your fellow students in a relaxed setting. I also hope this will be an opportunity for everyone to find out…
Modernism in Latin America: the Case of José Martí A presentation/discussion by Dr. Néfer Munoz Solano Department of Modern Languages Wednesday, February 6, 11:00 – 11:50 am Science Building 42 (lower level) Everyone is invited!
Social Work A Human Sciences presentation by Ms. Fran Fisher, MSW (UD Director of Foundation Relations) Wednesday, October 31, noon – 12:50 pm Science Building 1 (lower level) Everyone is invited to participate!
Technology and its Problems The Promise and Peril of Machine “Learning” by Dr. David A. Andrews (Dept. of Mathematics) Dreyfus on Disembodied Telepresence and Why Embodied Presence Matters by Dr. Cynthia R. Nielsen (Dept. of Philosophy) Technics and Networks of Desire by Dr. Dennis L. Sepper (Dept. of Human and Social Sciences) Wednesday, Nov 7 3:30 – 5:00 pm Catholic Foundation Board Room, 2nd Floor, Cardinal Farrell Hall Come listen, pose questions, and engage in discussion about how technology is…
Urban Utopias: City Structures and Social Organization A human sciences presentation/discussion by Dr. Mark Petersen (Dept. of History) Wednesday, October 10, 12:00 – 12:50 pm Science Building 1 (lower level) Everyone is invited!
Food Insecurity, Health, and Applied Anthropology A presentation/discussion by Dr. Carla Pezzia (Dept. of Human and Social Sciences) Wednesday, October 3, 12:00-12:50 pm Science Building 1 (lower level) Everyone is invited!
On the Epistemological Edge A human sciences approach to psychology A Human and Social Sciences presentation/discussion by Dr. Gilbert Garza (Dept. of Psychology) Wednesday, September 26, 12:00 – 12:50 pm Science Building 1 (lower level) Everyone is invited!
Meaningful Work The Crucial Role of FIT (and how to assess whether your work is meaningful) A presentation/discussion by Dr. J. Lee Whittington (The Gupta College of Business) Wednesday, September 19, 12:00 – 12:50 pm Science Building 1 (lower level) Everyone is invited!
We never have enough time! How scarcity shapes our lives A presentation/discussion by Dr. Charles Sullivan (HUSC and History) Wednesday, September 12, 12:00 – 12:50 pm Science Building 1 (lower level) Everyone is invited!
Language, Foundation of the Human Sciences A presentation with discussion by Dr. Dennis Sepper (Philosophy) Wednesday, August 29, noon – 12:50 pm Science Building 01 (right across from the stairwell) Everyone is invited to participate!