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There are hundreds of researchers at Mizzou, each working on important and interesting research and creative projects. Besides googling websites, how do you find out about what all these people are studying? Let us introduce you to some of these folks! In this series of panel discussions, Exploring Research Communities @ Mizzou will bring together a small group of Mizzou faculty who work on a similar topic, but approach it from very different directions. Faculty will discuss their research topics and what students in their labs might expect.

In the panel discussion on Monday, April 19th at 1:00 pm, the unifying theme is ‘scholarship in the arts.’  Faculty will describe, discuss and debate what defines ‘research’ in artistic and creative disciplines.  Panelists include:

  • Katina Bitsicas, Digital Storytelling (Visual Studies) – the effects of crime, traumatic personal events and architectural containments on the human psyche
  • Linda Helmick, Learning, Teaching & Instruction (Education) – critical creative work with homeless and incarcerated populations
  • Claire Syler, Theatre – equity in theatre education, applied theatre, actor training, and casting practices

Please join us to learn about the various ways that students can engage in arts scholarship!

This event is part of the Undergraduate Research Week at Mizzou programming. Click here to learn more about URW@Mizzou.

To view all of the other workshops offered during the Spring 2021 semester, please visit our Workshops page.

This webinar may be recorded and shared with the public.

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