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These events are sponsored by the RIT-RISE Scientists-In-Training Program for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Undergraduates. The goal of these events is to help all interested students, including hearing, hard-of-hearing, and deaf students to become successful scientists so these events are open to the university public and all students are welcome to attend and participate.

Spring 2019-20

Date Presenter Location Notes
JAN 22 Dr. Amanda Picioli
Dr. Jason Listman
NTID
Clark A
(SAU-2520)
Orientation to Communication Services
FEB 5 Dr. Kirstin Condry
RIT Psychology
Clark A
(SAU-2520)
Radioactive Oatmeal: Scientific Ethics and the Abuse of Human Subjects in Research  (poster)
FEB 19 Sara Blick-Nitko
UR Pathology
Bamboo Room
(CPC-2610)
My Journey as a Medical Scientist (poster)
MAR 4 Dr. Aesoon Park
SU Psychology
Bamboo Room
(CPC-2610)
Person-environment Interplay in Alcohol Use and Misuse
MAR 18 (1-2pm) Dr. Alicia Wooten
Gallaudet University
McKenzie Commons
(LBR-1251)
Navigating the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Getting a PhD  (poster)
MAR 18 (5-6pm) Dr. Alicia Wooten
Gallaudet University
RADSCC
(Wallace-1540)
My Journey as a Biological Scientist & Co-founder of Atomic Hands  (poster)
MAR 25 Dr. Mark Fillmore
University of Kentucky
1829 Room
(SAU-1510)
Impaired Cognitive Functioning and its Role in Alcohol Abuse
APR 1 Prof. Mark Rosica
NTID
Bamboo Room
(CPC-2610)
PhD Interview Workshop
APR 15 Dr. Joi-Lynn Mondisa
University of Michigan
TBD Mentoring Underrepresented STEM Students


Fall 2019-20

Date Presenter Location Notes
SEP 3 Scholars, Mentors
RISE Team
SDC-1300 RIT-RISE Fall
Kick-off Social
SEP 17 Meghan Fox
Clinical Psychologist
RADSCC
(WAL-1545)
Four Styles of Communications: How to Make Them Work for You in Your Education and Career
OCT 1 Dr. John Edlund
Dr. Nick DiFonzo
RIT Psychology
McKenzie Commons
(LBR-1251)
Giving Effective Scientific Presentations
OCT 29 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) webinar Bamboo Room
(CPC-2610)
Getting the Most Out of a Professional Scientific Meeting
NOV 12-16 ABRCMS Conference Anaheim, CA ABRCMS Presentations
NOV 19 Dr. Lea Michel
RIT Chemistry & Materials Science
McKenzie Commons
(LBR-1251)
Mini Grad School Application Bootcamp (poster)
NOV 19 Dr. Aesoon Park
SU Psychology
LBR-1251 Psychology/Addiction