1.5* Minute Climate Lectures
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
The Penn Graduate School of Education student, who earned her bachelor’s from the College of Arts and Sciences in the Spring, talks about her work with the Penn Libraries Community Engagement team and her aspirations of becoming a teacher.
The fourth-year is the founder and president of Penn’s chapter of the Brain Exercise Initiative, a service club that connects student volunteers with senior citizens to help combat social isolation and cognitive decline.
The anthropology Ph.D. candidate discusses what she has learned following slow fashion creators and consumers on Instagram and in the Pacific Northwest.
The clinical psychology Ph.D. candidate discusses her research on language patterns in anxiety and depression and thinking about alternatives to the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition.”
The history Ph.D. candidate’s work traces the evolution of the ideas, institutions, and images of poverty in early modern Spain and highlights how much of the current debates on poverty echo those of the past.
The master of social work student discusses the School of Social Policy and Practice program which provides supplemental education about the legal, health care, and social service needs of LGBTQ+ communities.
May College graduate Justin Roberts, who will attend Penn Carey Law School in the fall, discusses his involvement with campus cultural centers and the meaning behind his graduation regalia.
Ph.D. candidate Patrick Carland-Echavarria’s research looks at postwar Japanese queer cultures, translation, art, and literature and at how American gay men found refuge there during the Cold War and beyond.
Her work on Haiti’s sovereign debt in the aftermath of the Haitian Revolution holds lessons for what is currently happening there and more broadly for conversations around reparations.
Kelly Garcia-Ramos made the choice to no longer try to hide their stutter and last semester founded a support group, SpeechFluency@Penn, for students who stutter.