Red Hot Research

Red Hot Research

As a part of our continued effort to bring together scholars from all disciplines, The Commons presents the Research Sharing Sessions--a series designed specifically for research exchange. The format of these sessions is inspired by Pecha Kucha, which features short, slide-based talks that introduce audiences to an idea.

The goals of these sessions are:

- To introduce KU Researchers to the work of their colleagues
- To address questions within current research using the perspectives of many disciplines
- To develop collaborative research teams as a result of overlapping interest & expertise

We invite all KU Researchers to join the conversation.

WORKING GROUPS

Interested in finding collaborators across campus? We can help! Email eryan@ku.edu to build your group, or share information on your existing workgroup for others to see.

 

Past Events

Humans in a More Than Human World, Red Hot Research
4:00-5:30pm Friday, November 15, 2019 The Commons
Red Hot Research
4:00-5:30pm Friday, October 18, 2019 The Commons
Graduate Student Event, Red Hot Research
4:00-5:30pm Friday, September 20, 2019 The Commons
Red Hot Research
4:00-5:30pm Friday, September 6, 2019 The Commons
Red Hot Research
4:00-5:30pm Friday, April 26, 2019 The Commons
Faculty Event, Red Hot Research
4:00-5:30pm Friday, April 19, 2019 The Commons
Faculty Event, Red Hot Research
4:00-5:30pm Friday, April 12, 2019 The Commons
Graduate Student Event, Red Hot Research
4:00-5:30pm Friday, April 5, 2019 The Commons
Faculty Event, Red Hot Research
4:00-5:30pm Friday, March 22, 2019 The Commons
Graduate Student Event, Red Hot Research
4:00-5:30pm Friday, March 1, 2019 The Commons

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WORKING GROUPS

Health Humanities and Arts Research Collaborative

Building collaborations around Health and Well-being, the Health Humanities and Arts Research Collaborative is based out of The Commons, directed by Emily Ryan (eryan@ku.edu). The initiative is a collaboration by Tamara Falicov, Associate Dean for Research, Arts and Humanities, College Dean’s office; Katie Rhine, Geography & Atmospheric Science and African & African-American Studies; and Teri Kennedy, Associate Dean, Interprofessional Practice, Education, Policy, and Research, KU School of Nursing, KU Medical Center.

Goals:

  • Create connections across professionals and among researchers around affinities within the realm of health and wellness;
  • Connect researchers to funding opportunities around health and wellness; and
  • Offer a platform for collaboration around existing and emerging health-related challenges.