Graduate Seminar Series

  • The Graduate Seminar Series is offered to augment and enhance the MS and PhD programs in Biokinesiology. The upcoming Wednesday lunchtime seminars listed below are being held to expand the field of Biokinesiology at the graduate level and provide opportunities for emerging scholars.

     

    Wednesdays 12:00 - 1:00 PM, Sullivan Center

     

    October 14                Ming-Shen Chan, PhD Student

    October 21                 Yo Shih, PhD Student

    October 28                 Jacqueline Kiwata, PhD Candidate

    November 4               Jia Liu, PhD Student

    November 11             Yu-Chen Chung, PhD Candidate

    November 18             Michael Rowley, PhD Student

    December 2                Kyungmi Park, PhD Student

    January 13                  Sapna Sharma, PhD Student

    January 20                  Abbigail Fietzer, PhD Student

    January 27                  Joyce De Armendi, Masters Student

    February 3                  Paige Lin, PhD Student

    February 10                Bokkyu Kim, PhD Student

    February 24                Aram Kim, PhD Student

    March 2                      Jennifer Liao, PhD Candidate

    March 9                      Helen Bacon, PhD Candidate

    March 30                    Siwaphorn Chanthaphun, Masters Student

    April 6                        Sungwoo Park, PhD Student

    April 13                      Chun-Hao Huang, Masters Student

    April 20          `           MohebYani, PhD Student

    April 27                      Yi-An Chen, PhD Candidate

    May 4                         Alaa Albishi, PhD Student


     

    The Biokinesiology Survival Seminar Series is a non-credit seminar series that is mandatory for all Biokinesiology students. The purpose of these seminars is to prepare graduate students with the knowledge and skills to succeed in their various roles as graduate students, researchers, teachers, and developing professionals. Each seminar will be led by a different faculty member and will deal with a topic related to being a graduate student. (i.e. teaching skills, research issues, ethics, career preparation, general survival skills, etc.). The seminar will be held two times a semester from 12:00 to 1:00 pm, and will alternate with the division seminar. Lunch will be provided!

      

    Tuesday, November24          PosterPresentations                                     Dr. Bob Gregor

                                                                                                                                 Dr. Susan Sigward

                                                                                                                                 Dr. Jason Kutch

    Tuesday, February16            Post-PhDPaths                                              TBD

    Tuesday, March22                Using Figures and GraphsEffectively         Dr. James Gordon


     

     

     

    For more information, give us a call at 323-442-2900.