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UCF Biology Department Calendar: by Category “Speaker/Lecture/Seminar”

  • Bridging Theory and Building Kin: Research at the Intersection of Race(ism), Family and Health

    Virtual

    COSTalksDistinguished Speaker Series Event Speaker: Robin Nelson, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Anthropology, Santa Clara University Click here to RSVP.RSVP required to receive virtual Zoom link. Anthropological investigations of the "human family" have explored all manner of topics ranging from gender practice to the evolution of modern human behavior. In this talk, she will explore how both theory production and a legacy …

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  • National Security and Intelligence: A Focus on the Yom Kippur War (1973)

    Virtual

    This presentation, co-sponsored by Academic Engagement Network, the Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence, and the School of Politics, Security, and International Affairs, will focus on intelligence issues and the Yom Kippur war. The Israeli government and military were caught by surprise on October 6, 1973 by the sudden attack by the Egyptian and Syrian armies. Questions have arisen as …

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  • 2021 Big Data Analytics Symposium (Virtual)

    Virtual

    Join us for the eighth annual Big Data Analytics Symposium hosted by the UCF Statistics and Data Science Department. The day-long series of speakers and networking opportunities connects students to industry professionals to explore the practical applications of big data and data analytics in the modern market place. Click Here for More Information This year we are going virtual. Register …

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  • GEEOlogue Webinar: A Conservative Solution to Solving Climate Change

    Virtual

    Speaker: Bob Inglis Former U.S. Representative Former Congressman Bob Inglis (R-SC) is the founder and executive director of republicEn.org, a grassroots organization dedicated to advocating a conservative, free-enterprise approach to solving our nation's climate challenges. With the 2020 election in the rearview, there is a unique opportunity for conservatives to step up and offer a market-based solution. Any real, workable …

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  • The Not-So-Secret World of Skeletal Biology: Forensic Anthropology, Bioarchaeology and Human Rights investigations

    Virtual

    Presented by the Kent Family Speaker Series. Co-Sponsored by the UCF Department of Anthropology and the National Center for Forensic Science. Speaker: Dawnie Wolfe Steadman, Ph.D., D-ABFA Director, Forensic Anthropology Center Professor, Department of Anthropology, Betty Lynn Hendrickson Professor University of Tennessee Join renowned anthropologist Dawnie Wolfe Steadman, Ph.D., for a fascinating discussion on how bones are used as forensic …

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