PHD SYMPOSIUM DAY 3:  DISSERTATION PRESENTATIONS

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Wednesday, April 19 | Thursday, April 20 | Friday, April 21 | Saturday, April 22

IN THE CROSSROADS CENTER, COURTYARD, OR UPSTAIRS OF THE CROSSROADS CENTER 

CELEBRATION OF THE GRADUATES AT WATSON LAKE 12:00-4:00, LUNCH AND ALL PHD STUDENTS ARE WELCOME.

FRIDAY, April 21

8:00-10:00 AM    Breakfast & Faculty-led Research Roundtable | Crossraods

10:00 AM-11:30 AM    Dissertation Presentations

Dissertation 8: Betsy Wier, The Sanctity of Water: An Ethic of Care and Collective Stewardship for Watershed Health in the Upper Chesapeake Bay

Dissertation 9: Mary Jackson, Process and Emergence: A topographic ethnography of the embodiment of place and adventure tourism in Khumbu, Nepal

12:00-1:00 PM    Lunch | Address by President John Flicker

1:00-4:10 PM    Dissertation Presentations

Dissertation 10: Linda Chase, Music, Nature and Transformation: Contemplative Eco-aesthetics through Music Education

Dissertation 11: Daniel Helman, Exploring the Paramount Role of the Montessori Teacher

Dissertation 12: Serena Randall Gill, Understanding interpreters...or what I learned while writing a really big paper

Dissertation 13: Kimberley Gesson, Of Pollinators and forests: A Multispecies Ethnography of the Biopolitical Culture of Native Pollinators in Hawai’i

4:30-5:00 PM    Wellness Break

5:00-6:00 PM    Keynote Dinner & 50th Anniversary Celebrations

6:00-8:00 PM    Keynote Address | David Bucy  

Why Aren’t They Listening When We Talk? The Need to Change the Communication Paradigm