AMAP Brown Bag: Dr. Andrew Flachs, Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Center for the Environment
February 23, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM


C4E affiliate and Assistant Professor of Anthropology Andrew Flachs will be presenting an AMAP Brown Bag lunch titled: "Story maps for collaborative multimodal data presentation"

From the Advanced Methods at Purdue (AMAP) website:

Brown bags are AMAP's regular seminar series held on the first Tuesday of the month, where presenters bring their current work in various stages of completion. Come, bring your lunch, and engage! Presenters may ask advice of the group for a problem they are stuck on, present on a new method they are working out, or may come seeking practice talking about their work from a methodological angle. Presentations do not have to be on methods projects -- in fact, we encourage presentations of substantive research projects; however, we do encourage presenters to discuss their methods in-depth during their presentations. The atmosphere is friendly and supportive. Usually, we schedule faculty members for the entire brown bag time. We usually schedule two graduate students per brown bag, with each graduate student receiving 30 minutes to both present and to receive feedback (in general, we encourage graduate students to present for about 15 minutes to leave about 15 minutes for Q&A).

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