HHS Weekly Research Seminars

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WEEK OF NOVEMBER 29 – DECEMBER 3, 2021

 

SLHS Weekly Seminar Series

“Understanding Speech Production Deficits in Children with Speech and Language Disorders: A Work in Progress”

Health Sciences Research Seminars 

"An Introduction to Medical Device and Biocompatibility: Alternate Career Avenue"

  • Speaker: Vivek Lawana, Ph.D., Study Director, American Preclinical Services 
  • Tuesday, November 30, 2021
  • Virtual only, live stream is available at: https://purdue-edu.zoom.us/j/9586081075
  • 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. eastern time

HHS Signature Research Areas: Sustainable and Thriving Organizations and Communities

Faculty Callout and Town Hall: The development of the HHS research signature areas offers the opportunity for researchers to promote their work, access knowledge and resources, and find new opportunities for collaboration. Plans are being developed but we need your input and feedback. Join us for a conversation on how we can make the most of this new strategic initiative.

  • Discussion Facilitators: Dr. Nilupa Gunaratna and Dr. Jonathon Day
  • Wednesday December 1, 2021 @10:00am and December 7, 2021 @ 3pm.  Join for either one or both.
  • Zoom Link: https://purdue-edu.zoom.us/j/97720327815
    • Meeting ID: 977 2032 7815

Psychological Sciences Neuroscience and Behavior Colloquium

“Sex- and Age- specific Diet-induced Blood-brain Barrier Dysfunction and Microgliosis”

Psychological Sciences Cognitive Colloquium

" Generalizability of Learned Flexibility"

  • Speaker: Corey Nack, Purdue University
  • Wednesday, December 1, 2021
  • Contact Darryl Schneider (dws@purdue.edu) or Julie Smith (smith123@purdue.edu) for meeting number and password
  • 12:30 p.m. via WebEx

Public Health Professional Development Seminar

“Marketing and Selling Yourself for Internship and Job Opportunities”

  • Speaker: Jeena Siela
  • Wednesday, December 1, 2021
  • SMITH 118
  • 2:30 -3:20 PM EST

Health & Kinesiology Colloquia

“Strengthening Damaged Spinal Connections after Spinal Cord Injury with Targeted Neuroplasticity Interventions”

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Science Consortium

HHS DEI Science Consortium

“Deafness and Sign Language as a DEI Issue (rather than just a disability issue)”

Psychological Sciences Clinical Colloquium

" First Year Projects”

Interdepartmental Nutrition Program Seminar Series

“Biogeochemical and Paleopathological Applications to the Study of Prehistoric Human Dietary and Health Patterns in California”

Psychological Sciences Social Colloquium

Human Development and Family Studies Colloquium

“Nurses' Psychological Trauma: Theory-Research Connections”

HTM Research Colloquium on Tourism, Health, and Quality of Life // Hospitality as a Humanizing Agent in X Interactions

“Touch vs. Tech in Service Encounter”

The emergence of various service technologies has reshaped how today’s customers interact with the service provider. This research proposes a service matrix delineating various types of service encounters along two dimensions: touch (the extent to which customers directly interact with frontline employees) and tech (the intensity of technology use). Furthermore, the moderating role of relationship type (i.e., communal vs. exchange) is examined in influencing customer evaluations of touch and tech type encounters and the underlying mechanism is identified. The results from the two empirical studies demonstrate the moderating effect of the communal relationship norms and the consequent mediation effect of warmth. This research lays the foundation for the future investigation of different service encounter management practices based on various levels of human factors and technology infusion. For service companies, this research’s findings about the interplay of service encounter types and customer–company relationships will help them to better understand their customers and consequently provide an optimal level of service.

Future Event(s)

Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) Graduate Research Recognition Week

HTM Graduate Research Recognition Week (also known as GRR Week) is an annual showcasing of current research projects HTM/CSR students are undertaking as well as insightful mini-sessions to assist students to become better scholars. This event typically takes place in the Fall term and members of the Purdue community are welcome to attend.

  • Speakers: HTM Graduate Students and Graduate Faculty
  • December 6-10, 2021
  • Presentations and Mini-Sessions vary, please review the website for details. Poster Session will happen Friday, December 10th at 3:30 following the HTM Colloquium in the John Purdue Room. Poster Session will have light refreshments.
  • For more information about HTM graduate recognition week and to find times, visit: https://www.purdue.edu/hhs/htm/graduate/recognition/grrweek.html.

The Women's Global Health Institute (WGHI): 2021 Women's Health Symposium

  • Wednesday, December 8, 2021
  • Symposium Talks: 1:00 - 3:00 PM EST at STEW 310 & Remote
  • Poster Session: 3:00 - 4:30 PM EST at STEW 302 & Remote
  • REGISTRATION
  • For more information, please go to: www.purdue.edu/dp/wghi    

The Women's Global Health Institute (WGHI) will hold its 2021 Women's Health Symposium on December 8. This hybrid symposium features a keynote speaker of Dr. Pauline Maki (University of Illinois at Chicago) on women's mental health across the life course, and four outstanding researchers at Purdue working on sex-dependent behavioral and substance use; breast cancer metastasis; safe swallowing; and community-based approach on cervical cancer screening and care.

Following the symposium talks, a poster session promotes collaborations and welcomes research on disease prevention; early detection; women's health; sex and gender differences; technology and tools looking for applications in women's health Purdue graduate students having in-person posters will have a chance to win Best Poster Awards ($500 First Prize; $300 Second Prize; $150 Third Prize) The event can be attended in-person or accessed virtually. Masks are required for all in-person attendees who must follow Protect Purdue guidelines.

Co-sponsors: Purdue Institute of Inflammation, Immunology and Infectious Disease College of Health and Human Sciences Purdue Institute for Integrative Neuroscience