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GRIT X TALKS

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  • June 3, 2018

GRIT-X is a series of presentations to celebrate the achievements of UMBC’s alumni and faculty. The program is structured as three distinct 30-minute sessions, where select groups of alumni and faculty will describe interesting and important aspects of UMBC’s impact in the areas of research, scholarship and creative achievement. You can join any individual GRIT-X session or stay for all three. The event is organized and sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and the Office of Institutional Advancement.

Kiirstn Pagan (Theatre ‘11) and Katie Hileman (Acting ‘12) – Co-Founders, Interrobang ■When Your Art Becomes Your Business

Lee Blaney – Assistant Professor, Chemical, Biochemical & Environmental Engineering: Our Environment is on Drugs

Tyson King-Meadows – Associate Dean, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and Associate Professor, Political Science, and Affiliate Professor, Africana Studies■Why the Color of Your Canary Matters for Democracy

Rebecca A. Adelman – Associate Professor, Media and Communication Studies■Beyond the Checkpoint: Rethinking Citizenship and Surveillance

Vanderlei Martins – Professor, Physics and Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology (JCET) Reaching for the Skies – Sun, Pollution, Clouds and Climate

Lee Boot – Director, Imaging Research Center (IRC) ■A Grand Visualization Challenge: Putting Humpty Together Again

Karsonya Wise Whitehead (LLC ‘09) – Associate Professor, Loyola University ■From ReSearch to MeSearch: Finding Ways to Add Your Voice to the Wind of Social Memory

Govind Rao – Director, Center for Advanced Sensor Technology (CAST) and Professor, Chemical, Biochemical & Environmental Engineering■Inventing Tomorrow at UMBC

Thomas Schaller – Professor, Political Science
■Teaching Politics in an Era of Civics Decline

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