What: A series of lightning talks on high-interest topics in science/medicine/nursing that shape our understanding of the world.
Who: Presentations by preeminent UA STEM and Nursing faculty
When: Every Tuesday during the month of February, 2016 (dates and times in table below)
Where: Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering (1st floor outside Nightingale Room)
Audience: All UA students. Faculty welcome too.
How long: 10 minutes or less, plus Q&A
Sponsor: Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering
|Schedule of presentations|
|Speaker||Title of Talk||Date/Day/Time|
|Dr. Graham McDougall, Capstone College of Nursing||What is Chemo Brain?||Tuesday February 2nd 2:00-2:15 PM
|Dr. Norma Cuellar, Capstone College of Nursing||Alternative Medicine as an Intervention for Restless Legs Syndrome
|Tuesday February 9th 2:00-2:15 PM
|Dr. John Vincent , Department of Chemistry||What makes an element essential to the human diet or makes it a drug?: Chromium
|Thursday February 18th 1:30- 1:45 PM
|Dr. Asma Hatoum-Aslan, Department of Biological Sciences||The Enemy of my Enemy is my Friend: Enlisting Bacterial Viruses to Combat Drug-Resistant Infections|| Thursday February 25th 2:00-2:15 PM