The UWS Faculty Senate, a body composed of faculty from all university programs, has a quarterly speaking series presented to the entire UWS community.
Each quarter, a faculty member presents a topic of interest from their particular area of expertise. Think of it as UWS’ very own TED talk-like series. We are proud to share these talks with all of the UWS community both online and on campus!
The Faculty Senate Presents presentations, which typically have a run time of an hour, are held the Thursdays of week 4, every term.
The latests talk about Seasonal Botanicals was presented by Dr. Mia Crupper, UWS clinical sciences professor. Watch below!
The previous talks are archived in the links below.
FACULTY SENATE PRESENTS ARCHIVES
- “What Can Your DNA Actually Say About You? The Reality of Direct to Consumer Genetic Testing” by Dr. Kara Burnham – WATCH
- “The Walking Cells: Ways to Prevent Cancer (and the Zombie Apocalypse)” by Dr. Jayme Gallegos – WATCH
- “Seasonal Botanicals” by Dr. Mia Crupper – WATCH
- “Let’s Get Physical: How Exercise May May You Smarter” by Dr. Christine Major – WATCH
- “Whole Foods, Processed Foods” by Dr. Daniel Redwood – WATCH
- “Chronic Pain, Opiate Addiction, and VR- Welcome to the Matrix” by Dr. Suzanne Lady – WATCH
- “The Invisible World of Microbes….. Inside You!” by Dr. Kara Burnham – WATCH