Brown Bag Lunch Research Presentations Celebrates President's 2022 Research Award Recipients
The spring 2023 Brown Bag Lunch Research Presentations will highlight the President’s 2022 Research Award Recipients.
"We invite all faculty, staff, students and anyone interested in learning more about USD research to attend these presentations to celebrate the President's 2022 Research Award Recipients and to discover even more fascinating research areas at USD," said Gina O'Connor, grant specialist in the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs. "The dedication shown by our faculty in the pursuit of knowledge and helping others is truly inspiring. We are thrilled to provide an outlet for them to share their impactful work."
All of the presentations will take place from 12:15-12:45 p.m. online via Zoom Webinar Feature. Registration is required for each presentation.
The schedule of presentations is as follows.
Feb. 14 – Elizabeth (Liz) K. Hanson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Hanson, associate professor of communication sciences & disorders, will discuss the benefits of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) treatments. She will touch on how AAC treatments can mitigate consequences like isolation, depression and loss of autonomy when speech does not work.
March 21 – Meghann Jarchow, Ph.D.
Jarchow, chair and associate professor in the Department Sustainability & Environment, will discuss visionary framing for sustainability scholarship. Jarchow argues that sustainability scholarship should focus on visionary sustainability at least as much if not more than the challenges that we face.
April 4 – Todd Mechling
Mechling, instructor of media & journalism, will discuss his journey in the film and television industry. He will discuss how he made a career out of telling stories with a camera and how he now helps students tell their own stories as a faculty member at USD.