Events

Upcoming SOBL-related Events - Spring 2022

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January

 

Globalization Lecture Series - Introducing Global Studies: An Overview of the Field

  • Thursday, January 27th, 4:30pm
  • Zoom (see flyer for link)

Presenter: Lauren Balasco, Assistant Professor of Political Science

[Event Flyer]

 

February

 

Criminal Justice Lecture Series - New Jersey Civil Service

  • Tuesday, February 1st, 4:30-5:45pm
  • Main Campus, F-207 (Pizza will be served!)

Speaker: Richard Mulvihill, Instructor of Criminal Justice and CRIM Career Advisor

[Event Flyer]

Washington Internship Information Session

  • Thursday, February 3rd, 4:30pm
  • Zoom (registration required)

For students interested in learning about the Washington Internship Program.

[Register Here]

The Talk (Part I): Virtual Police Reform

  • Tuesday, February 8th, 6:30pm
  • Zoom (ID: 857 8919 1118; code: 413088)

Presented by the Atlantic City Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Facilitator: Christian Dupree Ragland BA, MPA

Guest Panelists:
Nusret Sahin, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Kaleem Shabazz, NAACP-AC President
Sgt. Susan Johnson, ACPD
Chief James Williams, Pleasantville PD
Rev. Douglass Moore, First Baptist Church

Globalization Lecture Series - Poems from Then and Now

  • Thursday, February 17th, 4:30pm
  • Zoom (see flyer for link)

Presenter: Tino Villanueva, Boston University

[Event Flyer]

 

March

 

Back to Basics: The First Amendment in the College Classroom

  • Wednesday, March 2nd, 2:15-3:15pm
  • Zoom (Registration required - register here)

Presentation by Frank Corrado, past president of the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey

[Event Flyer]

Brain Awareness Month Speaker Series - Football and Neuropsychology: Clinical Case Studies of CTE in the NFL

  • Thursday, March 3rd, 4:30-5:30
  • Main Campus, F-111

Presented by the Behavioral Neuroscience Minor

Speaker: Christine Gayda-Chelder, Assistant Professor of Psychology

[Event Flyer]

Globalization Lecture Series - Global Economic Risks: Turkey's Weakening Economy

  • Thursday, March 3rd, 4:30pm
  • Zoom (see flyer for link)

Presenters: Nusret Sahin, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Mariam Majd, Assistant Professor of Economics

[Event Flyer]

Globalization Lecture Series - Ecofeminism: From -isms of Domination and Regenerative Synergies

  • Tuesday, March 8th, 12:30pm
  • Zoom (see flyer for link)

Co-sponsored by AMST, WGSS, OGE, GSM, & AUTh

Presenter: Sophia Emmanouilidou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

[Event Flyer]

Brain Awareness Month Speaker Series - Psychedelics as Medicine: Neuroscience and Clinical Findings

  • Tuesday, March 8th, 4:30-5:30
  • Main Campus, F-111

Presented by the Behavioral Neuroscience Minor

Speaker: Marcello Spinella, Professor of Psychology

[Event Flyer]

 

Globalization Lecture Series - Unpacking Putin's War: A Panel Discussion

  • Thursday, March 10th, 4:30pm
  • Zoom (see flyer for link)

This panel discussion will provide an overview of Russia's armed conflict in Ukraine, and the response of the international community.

Panelists:
Mariam Majd, Assistant Professor of Economics
Raz Segal, Associate Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Tina Zappile, Associate Professor of Political Science
Lauren Balasco, Assistant Professor of Political Science (moderator)

[Event Flyer]

Diversity Speaker Series - Exploring the Truth, Healing and Reconciliation in Tribal Communities: An Indigenous Perspective

  • Saturday, March 12th, 11:30am-12:30pm
  • Atlantic City Campus, Residential Classroom B119-120

Presented by the Social Work Program

Speaker: Dani Cranmer, Licensed Social Worker and Tribal Office Administrator of the Nanticoke Lenni Lenape Tribal Nation

[Event Flyer]

Brain Awareness Month Speaker Series - How Old is my Brain? Using Brain Age as a Measure of Brain Health

  • Tuesday, March 22nd, 4:30-5:30
  • Main Campus, F-111

Presented by the Behavioral Neuroscience Minor

Speaker: Jessica Fleck, Professor of Psychology

[Event Flyer]

Criminal Justice Lecture Series - Career Success in Criminal Justice

  • Tuesday, March 22nd, 4:30 (refreshments at 4:00)
  • In-person: Main Campus, Campus Center Event Room
  • Virtual: Zoom (Registration required, must use Stockton account)

Speaker: James M. Murray, Director, United States Secret Service

Free and open to all Stockton students, faculty, and staff

[Event Flyer]

Brain Awareness Month Speaker Series - Expressive Arts Therapy: Pathways through Interpersonal Neurobiology and Neuroscience

  • Wednesday, March 23rd, 11:30am-12:30pm
  • Main Campus, F-111

Presented by the Behavioral Neuroscience Minor

Speaker: Elyssa Smith, Assistant Professor of Counseling

[Event Flyer]

Brain Awareness Month Speaker Series - Neurodegenerative Disease and Stem Cells

  • Thursday, March 24th, 4:30-5:30
  • Main Campus, F-111

Presented by the Behavioral Neuroscience Minor

Speaker: Nate Hartman, Associate Professor of Biology

[Event Flyer]

Childhood Studies Speaker Series - An Overview of the Field of Play Therapy

  • Tuesday, March 29, 4:30-5:30
  • In-person: Main Campus, B-126 (Pizza and refreshments will be available!)
  • Virtual: Zoom (passcode: 857716)

Speaker: Elyssa Smith, Assistant Professor of Counseling

Dr. Smith will provide an overview of the field of play therapy including the historical roots of play therapy practice and the importance of play for child and family development, outcomes, and overall well-being. She will illustrate how mental health professionals apply the power of therapeutic play to support favorable outcomes for children and their families.

Please encourage your students and colleagues to attend!

Unity Day Conference - Unity of Religions and Spirituality

  • Thursday, March 31st, 12:30-5:30
  • Main Campus, Alton Auditorium
  • Please visit the Conference Web Page for more information and advance registration (strongly recommended)

Presented by the Committee on Campus Diversity and Inclusive Excellence through the Sub-Committee on Social Justice and Education and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, in collaboration with the Philosophy and Religion Program, the Campus Religious Council, the United Black Student Society, and the African Student Organization

Featuring:
Kevin Locke, Lakota and Anishnabe of the Indigenous Northern Plains
Issata Oluwadare, author, coach, and speaker
Michael Penn, Professor of Psychology, Franklin & Marshall College

Brain Awareness Month Speaker Series - The Neuroscience of Serial and Mass Murderers

  • Thursday, March 31st, 4:30-5:30
  • Main Campus, F-111

Presented by the Behavioral Neuroscience Minor

Speaker: John White, Professor of Psychology

[Event Flyer]

Childhood Application Seminar Series (CASS)

  • Thursday, March 31st, 4:30-5:30
  • Virtual - Zoom (passcode: 172213)

Two Presentations:

Dr. Elisabeth Yang will present "Kingdon of Babes": Home Nurseries as Medical and Moral Sites for Babies in 19th  - and early 20th - century America. 

Gaylene Gordon will present The Funneling of Black Girlhood into School-to-Prinson Pipeline: Addressing Adultification Bias in the School Environment. 

 

April

 

Globalization Lecture Series - "Do you know where your clothes are made?": Sweatshop Labor Conditions in Global Garments

  • Thursday, April 7th, 4:30pm
  • Zoom (see flyer for link)

Presenter: Eric Hoyt, Assistant Professor of Economics

[Event Flyer]

Childhood Application Seminar Series (CASS)

  • Thursday, April 7th, 4:30-5:30pm
  • Zoom (passcode: 680383)

Two Presentations:

E Feinman will present Bows Unraveled: The Symbolic and Material Work of JoJo Siwa's Bows. 

Lidong Xiang will present Cruel Girlhood: The Contemporary Imagination of Chinese Schoolgirl. 

Psi Chi Research in Psychology Conference

  • Friday, April 29th, 8:45am-3:15pm
  • Campus Center Theater

For more information:

[Event Flyer]

[Conference Schedule]

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