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Events 2018-19

Spring 2018-19

Date Time Event Type Presenter
Monday 2/11 4-5 pm 4 Styles of Communication  (poster)
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Dr. Meghan Fox
(Dept of Psychology, URMC)
Monday 2/25 4-5 pm Broadening Participation in STEM through
Integrated Pathways (poster)
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Dr. Gregory D. Goins
(North Carolina A&T State University)
Monday 3/25 4-5 pm Radioactive Oatmeal: Scientific Ethics and the (Ab)Use of Human Subjects in Research (poster)
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Dr. Kirsten Condry
(RIT)
Monday 4/1 3-6 pm RIT-RISE Information Session  (poster)
Gosnell (GOS A-954)
Dr. Paul Craig
Dr. Vince Samar

 

Fall 2018-19

Date Time Event Type Presenter
Thursday 9/6 3-5 pm RIT-RISE Open House
SAU-1829
 
Monday 9/10 4-5 pm Professional Development "DISC: Communicating with Style"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Veronika Talbott
(NTID ASLIE)
Monday 9/24 4-5 pm Journeys
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Lorne Farovitch
(URMC)
Monday 10/22 4-5 pm Hot Topics  (poster)
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Howard Adams
(H.G. Adams & Associates)
Monday 11/5 4-5 pm Professional Development
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
TBD
Monday 11/19 4-5 pm Professional Development: "Stress Management"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Veronika Talbott
(NTID ASLIE)

Events 2017-18

Spring 2017-18

Date Event Type Presenter
Thursday 1/18 Professional Development  (poster)
"How to Give a Professional Scientific Presentation"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Scott Smith
(NTID)
Tuesday 1/23 Hot Topics  (poster)  (text description)
"The Challenges and Rewards that occurs in the Human Anatomy Dissection Laboratory"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Richard Doolittle
(RIT)
Thursday 2/1 Dinner with mentors Lea Michel
(RIT)
Tuesday 2/6 Journeys  (poster)
"Sharing how a deaf person becomes a successful health scientist"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Wyatte Hall
(URMC)
Thursday 2/15 Professional Development  (poster)
"Crucial conversations, tools for talking when stakes are high"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Joeann Humbert (Part I)
(RIT HR)
Tuesday 2/20 Hot Topics  (poster)
"Development of an improved, live-attenuated influenza vaccine"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Stephen Dewhurst
(URMC)
Thursday 3/1 Dinner with mentors Hans Schmitthenner
(RIT)
Tuesday 3/6 Journeys  (poster)
"The Journey to Becoming a Successful Scientist"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Deirdre Schlehofer
(NTID)
Thursday 3/8 Private showing of "The Silent Child"  (poster)  (trailer)
You’re Invited! You have an opportunity to view a 2018 Academy Award Winning Short Film four days post the Oscars! There will be an interpreter for the post-discussion.
Gosnell A300
The Inclusive Excellence Team
Week of SPRING BREAK
Tuesday 3/22 Hot Topics  (poster)
"Seeing the world through Deaf eyes"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Matt Dye
(NTID)
Thursday 3/27 Professional Development  (poster)
"Crucial conversations, tools for talking when stakes are high"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Joeann Humbert(Part II)
(RIT HR)
Tuesday 4/3 Spring Symposium  (poster)
Dare to Dream - Annual Recruitment Event
GOSNELL Atrium (1-4pm)
Scott Smith
(NTID)
Thursday 4/12 Hot Topics  (poster)
"Pathways to Addiction: Investigations of Trait Anxiety and Neuroinflammation"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Tiffany Donaldson
(UMass-Boston)
Tuesday 4/17 Professional Development  (poster)
Preparing for Standardized Tests
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Suzanne McMillian
(RIT ASC)
Thursday 4/26 Journeys  (poster)
"Eye on the Prize"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Rain Bosworth
(UCSD)

 

Fall 2017-18

Date Event Type Presenter
Friday 9/15 Kickoff Event
"Meet and Greet, Q&A"
Gosnell Atrium
Dr. Scott Smith
(NTID)
Tuesday 9/19 Hot Topics
"Researchers discuss current research"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Dr. Matt Huenerfauth
(RIT)
Wednesday 9/27 Journeys Series
"Deaf and hard-of-hearing researchers share their journey"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Dr. Scott Smith
(NTID)
Wednesday 10/18 Hot Topics
"Learning to 'Stay on Task'"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Dr. Matthew Dye
(NTID)
Tuesday 11/7 Professional Development  (poster)
"What I have learned from working with undergraduate students"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Paul Craig
(NTID)
Wednesday 11/15 Professional Development  (poster)
"Time Management"
RADSCC (WAL-1540/1545)
Mark Rosica
(NTID)

 

RIT-RISE Lecture Series presents Dr. Richard Doolittle, vice dean, RIT's College of Health Sciences and Technology.
“The Challenges and Rewards that occurs in the Human Anatomy Dissection Laboratory”
4-5 p.m. Tues., Jan. 23 in the RADSCC, Wallace Center.

The success of deep learning within the discipline of human anatomy and associated function relies on a comprehensive dissection experience that includes constant, consistent discussion, debate, and instruction between students and with the lab instructor. Such an experience for deaf/hard-of-hearing students offers challenges that can be overcome through effective, personalized support systems that facilitate communication needs of everyone within the laboratory. This presentation outlines the design of this very unique course and the challenges addressed and overcome to meet educational needs of all students.