(prior to fall 2010)

2005-2006 Certificate Talk

  • Friday, 9/30/05, 12:00-1:30, SSPA 2112
    W. Richard Scott ( Stanford )
    "Evolving Professions: An Institutional Field Approach"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy & Society

  • Friday, 10/7/05, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Heather Williams ( Pomona College )
    "Fighting Corporate Swine: Heartland Communities' Battle for Family Farms, Water and Clean Air"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy & Society; Planning & Human Services

  • Friday, 10/21/05, 12:00-1:30, GSM #122
    Hayagreeva Rao ( Stanford Graduate School of Business )
    "Border Crossing: Bricolage and the Erosion of Culinary Categories in French Gastronomy"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Diversity

  • Wednesday, 11/30/05, 12:00-1:30, BP 2009
    Cynthia Feliciano
    ( UC Irvine )
    "Upwards or Downwards? Pre-migration Origins and Educational Mobility among  Second-Generation Latinos"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International Sociology; Planning & Human Services

  • Friday, 1/13/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Elizabeth Armstrong ( Indiana University )
    "Sexual Assault on Campus: A Gender Structure Explanation of Party Rape"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services

  • Friday, 2/3/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Michael Hout ( University of California , Berkeley )
    "What Is Conservative About Conservative Christians?"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity

  • Friday, 2/24/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Vincent J. Roscigno ( Ohio State University )
    "The Face of Race/Sex Discrimination at Work: An Explication of Actors, Processes, and Consequences"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity
  • Thursday, 3/2/06, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Mary Ann Wright ( Career Military and Former Foreign Service Officer )
    "Dissent in a Democracy: Views on Middle East Policy "
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology

  • Wednesday, 3/8/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    David Stark ( Columbia University )
    "Social Times of Network Spaces: Network Sequences and Foreign Investment in Hungary "
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Business, Economy and Society

  • Thursday, 3/9/06, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Randel Hanson ( Arizona State University )
    "Border Cross, States of Exception, and the Long Search for Nuclear Waste Dumps "
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Business, Economy and Society; Diversity
  • Friday, 3/10/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Janet C. Gornick ( Baruch College , City University of New York , Luxembourg Income Survey)
    "Work-Family Reconciliation Policies: The United States in Comparative Perspective"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; International Sociology; Planning and Human Services

  • Thursday, 4/6/06, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Al Valdez ( Orange County District Attorneys Office )
    “Transnational Gangs”
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Planning and Human Services; Diversity

  • Friay, 4/7/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPA 2112
    Susan Silbey ( MIT ), Mark Suchman ( University of Wisconsin ), Jason Owen-Smith ( University of Michigan )
    Symposium on Constructing Legalities in Scientific Organizations, Fields, and Cultures (jointly sponsored by the Center for Law, Culture and Society, COR, Sociology, and CLSP)
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society

  • Wednesday, 4/12/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPA 2112
    Ron Lesthaeghe
    ( University of Michigan )
    "'The Second Demographic Transition' in the US : Classic or Exceptional?"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Planning and Human Services; Business, Economy and Society

  • Thursday, 4/13/06, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Eman Ahmad Khamas ( Former Director of Int'l Occupation Watch Ctr., Baghdad )
    “ A Visit from Baghdad: Everyday Life and Citizen Peacebuilding in Iraq”
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Planning and Human Services

  • Friday, 4/14/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Prudence Carter (Harvard)
    "Coconuts and "Fancy" Heads: Race, Culture, and Educational Opportunity in Post-Apartheid South Africa"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Planning and Human Services; Diversity

  • Friday, 4/14/06, 3:30-5:00, MPAA 120
    Mark Granovetter ( Stanford )
    "Norms, Moral Economy and the Social Construction of Corruption"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Planning and Human Services; Business, Economy and Society

  • Wednesday, 4/19/06, 12:00-2:00, SSPA 2112*
    Megan Thiele: “State Spending on Public Post-Secondary Education: Legislature Identification with Target Populations”
    Ryan Acton:
    “Household Artifacts, Ownership Patterns, and Change: Analyzing the Convergence of Material Culture in the American Home, 1972-2003”
    Elizabeth Chiarello:
    “Dispensing Morality: How Third Party Actors Effect Media Discourse About Pro-Life Pharmacists”
    Carol Glasser:
    “Body Type Preferences Among Internet Daters: Race-Ethnic and Sex Differences”
    This set of talks satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificates:
    International Sociology; Planning and Human Services; Business, Economy and Society; Diversity
    *Attendance to the entire session is required to receive credit for one colloquium

  • Thursday, 4/20/06, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Majid Tehranian ( Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research )
    "Rethinking Civilization: Communication And Terror In The Global Village"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Planning and Human Services

  • Friay, 4/21/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Kim Voss ( University of California , Berkeley )
    "Theorizing Social Movements in a New Millennium: Lessons from the Past, Challenges for the Future?"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity

  • Wednesday, 4/26/06, 12:00-2:00, SSPA 2112*
    Jasmine Kerrissey: “Contested Elections: How Jurisdictional Concerns Effect Multi-Union Elections”
    Katie Furuyama: “Beats, Rhymes and Existence: Second-Generation Asian Americans, Hip-Hop and Selective Acculturation”
    Georgiana Bostean: “Acculturation and Immigrant Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine”
    This set of talks satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificates:
    International Sociology; Planning and Human Services; Business, Economy and Society; Diversity
    *Attendance to the entire session is required to receive credit for one colloquium

  • Wednesday, 4/26/06, 3:00-5:00, SST 318
    Paul Menendez ( Cuban Musician )
    "Walking in Two Worlds"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Diversity

  • Thursday, 4/27/06, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Oliver Wolleh ( Berghof Research Ctr. for Constructive Conflict Mgmt. )
    "Citizen Peacebuilding In Cyprus : New Dynamics In An Old Conflict"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Planning and Human Services

  • Thursday, 4/27/2006, 4:00-5:30, SSLH 100
    Jagdish Bhagwati ( Columbia University )
    "Globalization's Critics: Why They Are Wrong"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Business, Economy and Society

  • Friday, 4/28/2006, 12:00-2:00, SSPA 2112*
    Carol Glasser : “Body Type Preferences among Internet Dater: Race-Ethnic and Sex Difference”
    Nathanael Matthiesen : “The Rise to Prominence of Toronto : A Comparative-Historical Approach to Global City Formation”
    Leah Ruppanner Wagner : “Fairness and Housework: A Cross-National Comparison”
    Rachel Ridnor : “The Segregation of Minority Children”
    This set of talks satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificates:
    International Sociology; Planning and Human Services; Business, Economy and Society; Diversity
    *Attendance to the entire session is required to receive credit for one colloquium
  • Thursday, 5/4/06, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Lina Kreidie ( University of California , Irvine )
    “Global Politics and Perspectives of Islamist Movements”
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity

  • Friday, 5/5/06, 1:30-3:00, SST 120
    Jean Ensminger
    ( California Institute of Technology )
    "The Co-Evolution of Pro-Social Norms and the Market"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Business, Economy and Society

  • Monday, 5/8/06, 3:00-4:30, McDonnell Douglas Auditorium
    James Paul Gee ( University of Wisconsin-Madison )
    "Towards a Game-Based Theory of Learning"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Planning and Human Services

  • Thursday, 5/11/06, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Allen Wells ( Bowdoin College )
    "Snared By A Geopolitical Trap: Hitler, Fdr, Trujillo And The Jews Of Sosua , Dominican Republic"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Diversity

  • Friday, 5/12/06, 6:00-7:30, SSLH 100
    15th Annual Margolis Lecture Series:
    Dr. Pervez Hoodbhoy
    ( Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad )
    "U.S. Nuclear Non-Proliferation Policy: India, Pakistan, and Beyond"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Business, Economy and Society

  • *** CANCELLED *** Friday, 5/12/06, 12:00-1:30, Location TBA
    Sam Marullo ( Georgetown University )
    "Bridging the Town/Gown Divide: Community-Based Learning and Research"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Planning and Human Services; Business, Economy and Society

  • Monday, 5/15/06, 7:00-8:30, HIB 100
    Walden Bello ( University of the Philippines )
    "The Crisis of Globalization and the State of the Anti-Globalization Movement"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology
  • Tuesday, 5/16/06, 5:00-7:00, SSL 140
    Adam Shapiro
    ( Filmaker )
    "DARFUR DIARIES DOCUMENTARY "
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, 5/17/06, 2:00-3:30, SSPA 2112
    Dr. Yossi Olmert ( Middle Eastern Affairs Expert )
    “Israel: A Discussion of Recent Events”
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology

  • Wednesday, 5/17/06, 7:30-9:00, SSPA 1100
    Rabbi Yonah Bookstein, Minister Charles Dorsey, Imam Shamshad A. Nasir
    “Can Religion and Peace Coexist?” 
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity

  • Thursday, 5/18/06, 7:00-8:30, HIB 100
    Vivian Price ( Film Director )
    Transnational Tradeswomen
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology; Business, Economy and Society; Diversity
  • Thursday, 5/18/06, 7:30-9:00, SSH 100
    Dr. Li Yang ( Institute of Finance & Banking, CASS )
    "The U.S.-China Foreign Exchange Controversy: The View From China"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology

  • Monday, 5/22/06, 2:00-3:30, SSPB 5250
    Deborah D. Avant ( University of California, Irvine )
    "The Market for Force: Implications for Trust among Democracies, Late State Building, and the Nature and Frequency of Conflict."
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology

  • Tuesday, 5/23/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 2214
    Julie DaVanzo ( Rand Corporation )
    "Dire Demographics: Population Trends in the Russian Federation" 
    This set of talks satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificates:
    International Sociology; Planning and Human Services; Business, Economy and Society

  • Thursday, 5/25/06, 4:00-5:30, SSPB 1208
    Wang Dan ( Harvard History Ph.D. candidate)
    "Rethinking the Past and Looking Forward to the Future of China"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology
  • Tuesday, 5/30/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 2214
    Ron Lesthaeghe ( University of Michigan )
    Values Orientations and Life Course Choices : The ‘footprints model' for Connecting Patterns of Household Formation to Values Orientations
    This set of talks satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificates:
    Planning and Human Services; Diversity
  • Wednesday, 5/31/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPA 2112
    John Boli ( Emory University )
    "Dynamics of World Culture"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International Sociology
  • Thursday, 6/1/06, 12:30-1:50, IERF 101
    Lisa Garcia Bedolla ( UCI ), Leo Chavez ( UCI ), Julian Do ( New America Media ), Hao-Nhien  Vu ( Nguoi Viet Daily News ), Sergio Valasquez
    ( Miniondas )
    Immigrant Political Attitudes and the Future of American Politics
    This set of talks satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificates:
    Planning and Human Services; Diversity
  • Friday, 6/2/06, 10:00-11:30, SST 318
    Christina Baker : "How Social Support Influences the Academic
    Achievement of Black and Latino College Students"
    Randy Ontiveros : “Language, Ethnicity, and Memory: Making of the
    Chicano Movement”
    Christine Oh : “Comparing the Academic Achievement and Self-Esteem
    Levels of 2nd Generation Mexicans and Koreans”
    Jody Agius : “Mexican Spaces and Places: The Role of Voluntary
    Associations Among the Mexican Origin Middle-Class”
    Mark Leach : “The Incorporation of Mexican Immigrants in New
    Destinations within the United States”
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Friday, 6/2/06, 12:30-2:00, SST 318
    Aubrey Manack : “Can Targeting Antibiotic Resistance Education within
    Latino and Multiethnic Elementary School Student-Parent Populations
    Overcome Cultural Bias about Antibiotics?”
    Margie Brown-Coronel : “Californios, The del Valle Family, and Rancho
    Camulos: Gender, Identity, and Memory in late 19th Century Southern
    California”
    Susan Farruggia : “The Transition from Foster Care to Independence”
    Stephen Nuño : “The Missing Link: Republicanus Latinus Erectus”
    Soledad Vidal : “The 1950’s Iconography of the Latina Homemaker:
    Reading prescriptions for Latin American womanhood in the Pages of La Opinion”
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity

2006-2007 Certificate Talks

  • Monday, 10/9/06, 12:00-2:00, Krieger Hall 300E
    Marcia Gallo
    They tried to Hush it Up: The True Story of Kitty Genovese
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Wednesday, 10/11/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPA 2112
    Jill Quadagno ( Florida State University)
    Why the US Has No National Health Insurance
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, 10/13/06, 3:30-5:50, SSPB 4206
    Cynthia Feliciano ( University of California, Irvine )
    Gendered Hierarchies: Racial Exclusion and Inclusion in Dating Choices
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Friday, 10/20/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Matthew Salganik ( Columbia University )
    The puzzling nature of success in cultural markets
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society

  • Wednesday, 10/25/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Cybelle Fox ( Harvard University )
    Expelling the "Aliens": Race, Immigration and the American Welfare State
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, 10/27/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Rebecca Glauber ( New York University )
    Gender, Work, and the Diverging Outcomes of Fatherhood
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, 11/1/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Arnout van de Rijt ( Cornell University )
    Immigrant Assimilation: Rapid and Reversible
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Thursday, 11/2/06, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Margarita Akhvlediani ( Stanford University )
    War Reporting and building Journalist Networks Across Deadly Conflict Divides
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Friday, 11/3/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Jake Rosenfeld ( Princeton University )
    Consequences and Causes of Strike Decline in Post-Accord America
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society
  • Monday, 11/6/06, 10:30-12:00, 1111 Berkeley Place
    Kenneth H. Rubin ( University of Maryland )
    Alone Again, Naturally: A Quarter-Century Program of Research on
    Social Withdrawal

    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, 11/8/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Alexandra Kalev ( University of California, Berkeley )
    Cracking the Glass Cages?  Job Segregation, the Restructuring of Work and Managerial Diversity
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity
  • Tuesday, 11/28/06, 5:00-6:30, SSPA 2112
    Susan Kupperstein ( University of California, Irvine )
    Observations of Iraqi Political Party Development from 2003 to 2006
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Wednesday, 11/29/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Evan Schofer ( University of Minnesota )
    The Structural Sources of Association
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society
  • Friday, 12/1/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Karolyn Tyson ( University of North Carolina )
    On Becoming a Cultural Object: Academic Achievement and Acting White
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, 12/1/06, 3:30-5:00, SSPB 4206
    Matt Huffman ( University of California, Irvine )
    Working for Women? Female Managers and the Gender Wage Gap
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity
  • Wednesday, 12/6/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    David Brunsma ( University of Missouri )
    Mapping the Contours of (Multi)racial America: Critical Retrospectives and Prospects
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, 12/08/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Ann Hironaka ( University of Minnesota )
    The Construction of Consensus: The Interwar Tank Debates
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; International
  • Wednesday, 12/13/06, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Art Alderson ( Indiana University, Bloomington )
    Change in the World City System: How New is the "New Geography of Inequality?"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Thursday, 1/11/07, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Elizabeth Dore ( University of Southampton, UK )
    Cubans' Memories of Political Life in the Revolution
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Wednesday, 1/17/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    James M. Jasper ( Contexts Magazine )
    Schoolmarms and Bad Boys: Sociology's Scandalized Reaction to Strategy
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, 1/18/07, 3:30-5:00, McDonnell Douglas Engineering Auditorium
    Terry Lynn Karl ( Stanford University )
    Oil, Democracy and War
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; International
  • Thursday, 1/18/07, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Sharon Tennison ( Executive Director, Center for Citizen Initiatives (CCI) )
    Russia's Emerging Middle Class: Antidote to Authoritarianism?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, 1/18/07, 7:00-8:30, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    Charles Ogletree, Jr. ( Harvard Law School )
    Dr. King's Dream: Are We Fulfilling It?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, 1/24/07, 7:00-8:00, McDonnell Douglas Engineering Auditorium
    Joe Mathews ( Los Angeles Times )
    The Big Enchilada: What Arnold Really Wants in his Second Term
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society
  • Thursday, 1/25/07, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Philip Peters ( Lexington Institute )
    Post-Castro Cuba:  Fidel's Legacy and Raul's Challenges
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, 1/25/07, 6:30-8:00, HIB 135
    Lynn Mally ( University of California, Irvine )
    St. Petersburg/Leningrad/St. Petersburg: City of Cultural Revolutions
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Friday, 1/26/07, 1:00-4:00, SEI 112
    Speakers:Jeannine Bell (University of Indiana), Laura Gomez (University of New Mexico), Ruth Peterson ( Ohio State University), Jonathan Simon (University of California, Berkeley)
    Moderator: Carroll Seron (University of California, Irvine)
    Commentator: Kitty Calavita (University of California, Irvine), David Goldberg (University of California, Irvine)
    Winter 2007 Critical Legalities Symposium: Workshop on Race, Ethnicity and Inequality
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Tuesday, 1/30/07, 3:00-5:00, Cross Cultural Center
    Arlene Davila ( New York University )
    On the Neoliberal Politics of ‘Looking Good’: The Struggle Over the Latino Public Image
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Wednesday, 1/31/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Anthony Chen ( University of Michigan, Ann Arbor )
    The Fifth Freedom: The Lost Origins of Affirmative Action in the United States, 1941-1972
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, 2/1/07, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Hooshang Amirahmadi ( Rutgers University )
    The Iraqi Question in US-Iranian Relations
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Wednesday 2/7/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Joshua Guetzkow ( University of California, Berkeley )
    Bars vs. Butter: The Prison-Welfare Tradeoff in the U.S., 1970-1996
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, 2/9/07, 3:30-5, SSPB 4206
    Catherine Bolzendahl ( University of California, Irvine )
    Women’s Resources as Welfare Resources?  The Impact of Changing Gender Relations on Welfare State Spending
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services

  • Friday, 2/9/07, 4:00-5:30, University Club Library
    Paul Waldau ( Tuft University )
    The Animals' Invitation: The Great Ape Project and Beyond
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Thursday, 2/15/07, 3:30-5:00, SSPB 4250
    William Mazzarella ( University of Chicago )
    The Censor’s Fist: The Politics of Obscenity In Post-Liberalization India
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Wednesday, 2/21/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Jennifer Johnson-Hanks
    ( University of California, Berkeley )
    The Wages of Sin are Death: Sexual Stigma and Infant Mortality in sub-Saharan Africa
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, 2/28/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 1208
    Elijah Anderson ( University of Pennsylvania )
    The Cosmopolitan Canopy: Race Relations in Everyday Life
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, 3/7/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Steven Pfaff ( University of Washington )
    Emigration, Protest and the Collapse of East Germany
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; International
  • Thursday, 3/8/07, 3:30-5:00, SSPB 4250
    Kesha Fikes ( University of Chicago )
    Managing African Portugal: EU Accession & the Dissolution of Lusotropicalism
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, 3/15/07, 6:30-8:00, HIB 135
    Bob Moeller ( University of California, Irvine )
    Berlin 2005-1945: Back to the Future?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Wednesday, 4/4/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Abigail Saguy ( University of California, Los Angeles )
    Does this BMI Make Me Look Fat? Defining the Limits of “Normal” Body Weight
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, 4/5/07, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Pedro Ibarra ( University of the Basque Country, Spain )
    Political Conflict and Violence in the Basque Country
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Friday, 4/6/07, 12:00-2:30*
    Session 1: SSPB 4206
    Jim Bachmeier, "New Destination Contexts of Reception: Coethnic Concentration and the Earnings of Low-Skilled Mexican Immigrants"
    Jennifer Luchesi-Long, "Latino Academic Success: The Effects of a School's Racial and Ethnic Composition on Testing Outcomes"
    Diana Pan, "Coloring the Nest: Negotiating Race and Culture in Multiethnic Adoptive Families"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services

    Session 2: SSPB 4250
    Shannan Chadek, "Social Inequality and My Super Sweet Sixteen: Moral
    Evaluations of Reality TV
    "
    Daisy Reyes
    , "Transmission of Sexual Values: A Generational Analysis of
    Women of Mexican Descent
    "
    Christopher Marcum, "Trends in Euthanasia Attitudes from 1977 to 2004:
    A Cohort Analysis
    "
    Lorien Jasney, "Corporate Interlock Networks: An Analysis of Structure
    and Constructal Theory
    "
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services

    *ATTENDANCE TO THE ENTRE SESSION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT

  • Thursday, 4/12/07, 3:30-5:00pm, SSPA 1100
    Bassam Haddad ( Saint Joseph's University )
    State-Business Relations in Comparative Perspective: The Case of Syria

    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; International
  • Friday, 4/13/07, 12:00-2:30pm*
    Session 1: SSPB 4206
    James Stobaugh, "Evolving Frames: Framing the Debate Over Evolution in
    the U.S. Courts
    "
    Allen Kim, "Distant Patriarch to Expressive Dad: 'Ethnic' Toolkits and the Crafting of Evangelical Masculinities in the Father School Movement"
    Bobby Chen, "Emotional Repertoire of Public Sphere: The Case of Global
    Justice Protest
    "
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services

    Session 2: SSPB 4250
    Linda Borgen, "Military Paths in Immigrant Incorporation"
    Hien Park, "Transitions to Adulthood among the 1.5-Generation Indo-Chinese Immigrants"
    Ryan Pearce, "Nationalism and Labor: Analyzing Strike Outcomes in
    Revolutionary Shanghai
    "
    Scott Byrd, "The Global Dynamics of Political Protest: Analysis of Individual Participation in 67 Countries"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services

    *ATTENDANCE TO THE ENTRE SESSION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT

  • Wednesday, 4/18/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Susan Watkins ( University of Pennsylvania )
    Conversations into Texts: A Method for Studying the Content of  Conversations about AIDS in Social Networks in Rural Malawi
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, 4/19/07, 4:00-5:30, SSLH 100
    Mary Robinson ( Columbia University )
    Human Rights and Ethical Globalization
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International; Planning and Human Services
  • Tuesday, 5/1/07, 7:00pm, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    Susan Orlean ( Journalist, "The New Yorker" )
    My Kind of Place: Travel Stories from a Woman Who's Been Everywhere
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Wednesday, 5/2/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Matthias vom Hau ( Brown University )
    State Power and Nationalism: Mexico in Comparative Perspective
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Wednesday, 5/2/07, 6:30-8:00, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    Sally Engle Merry ( New York University )
    Human Rights in the Vernacular: Plural Legalities and Traveling Rights in India, China and the USA
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, 5/3/07, 10:30-11:30, Bren Events Center
    President Jimmy Carter ( 39th President of the United States of America )
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, 5/9/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Mark Mizruchi ( University of Michigan )
    Getting a Bonus: The Effects of Social Networks onPay among Commercial Bankers
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, 5/10/07, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Doug Bandow ( former Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan )
    Breaking the Right-Left Deadlock on Foreign Policy
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; International
  • Wednesday, 5/16/07, 12:00-1:00, Krieger Hall 300E
    Neha Vora ( University of California, Irvine )
    Invited Indians: Ethnic Entrepreneurship and State-Effects in Dubai, UAE
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Monday, 5/21/07, 5:00-7:00, SSLH 100
    Dr. Graham Allison ( Harvard University )
    Nuclear Terrorism: The Ultimate Preventable Catastrophe
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Internationa
    l
  • Wednesday, 5/23/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Belinda Reyes ( San Francisco State University )
    U.S. Immigration Policies and Mexican Unauthorized Immigration
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, 5/24/07, 3:30-5:50, SSPA 1100
    Bruce Hemmer ( University of California, Irvine )
    Difficult in the Best of Circumstances: Citizen Peacebuilding and Democratization in Northern Ireland
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, 6/13/07, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    Ronald Lesthaeghe ( University of Michigan )
    The Making of the Modern Western Family and the Politics of Moral Control: An Illustration for the Low Countries, 1450-1900
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services


 

2007-2008 Certificate Talks

  • Thursday, October 4, 2007, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Jack Miles ( University of California, Irvine )
    Will the U.S. Be Voted Out of Iraq?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Friday, October 19, 2007, 12:00-1:30pm, SSPB 4206
    Heather Haveman ( University of California, Berkeley )
    Antislavery in America:  The Press, the Pulpit, and the Rise of Antislavery Societies
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, October 24, 2007, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Natalia Sarkisian ( Boston College )
    The Color of Family Ties: Culture, Structure, and Kin Support
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services

  • Friday, October 26, 2007, 12:00-1:30pm, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Rene Almeling ( University of California, Los Angeles )
    Selling Genes, Selling Gender: Egg Agencies, Sperm Banks, and the Medical Market in Genetic Material
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity
  • Wednesday, October 31, 2007, 12:00-1:30pm, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Andrew Penner ( University of California, Berkeley )
    Society, Biology, and Gender Differences in High Mathematical Achievement
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, November 7, 2007, 12:00-1:30pm, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Melanie Hughes ( Ohio State University )
    Double Barriers and Strategic Opportunities: Explaining Minority Women’s Legislative Representation Worldwide
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Thursday, November 8, 2007, 3:30-5:00pm, SSPA 1100
    Tom McNaugher ( VP of RAND Corporation, Director, Army Research Division )
    The U.S. Army in the War on Terror
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Wednesday, November 14, 2007, 12:00-1:30pm, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Filip Agneessens ( Ghent University )
    The importance of social capital for performance in knowledge-intensive groups: a multi-level perspective focusing on content, structure and resources of network ties
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, November 15, 2007, 2:00-3:30pm, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    Keith Morrison ( NBC Journalist )
    A Story About the Children of Israel and Palestine
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Friday, November 16, 2007, 10:00-11:30am, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Stephen Vaisey ( University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill )
    Motivation and Justification: A Dual-Process Theory of Culture in Action
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Thursday, January 17, 2008, 3:30-5:00pm, SSPA 1100
    Virginia Haufler ( University of Maryland, College Park )
    Corporations and the Management of Conflict
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; International
  • Wednesday, January 23, 2008, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Bert Klandermans ( Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam )
    Protest Participation Among Immigrants
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Thursday, January 24, 2008, 3:30-5:00pm, SSPA 1100
    Sayyid Mohammed Kashmiri
    The Role of Ayatollah Sistani in Reconstructing Iraq
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Wednesday, January 30, 2008, 12:00-1:30pm, SSPA 2112
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Robert Sampson
    ( Harvard University )
    Neighborhood Effects and the Social Reproduction of Inequality
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, February 1, 2008, 12:00-1:30pm, SE1 112
    Robert Sampson ( Harvard University )
    The Immigration and Diversity Debate: Insights from Criminology
    *
    Event co-sponsored by the Department of Sociology
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service
  • Monday, February 4, 2008, 12:00-2:00pm, SEII 2372
    Lauren Edelman ( University of California, Berkeley )
    When Organizations Rule: Judicial Deference to Institutionalized Employment Structures
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society
  • Wednesday, February 13, 2008, 3:30-5:00pm, SSPA 1100
    Ed Rollins ( National Campaign Chair & Senior Advisor to President Candidate Mike Huckabee )
    A Primer on the Presidential Primaries
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society
  • Wednesday, February 20, 2008, 12:00-1:30pm, SSPB 4206
    Yen-Sheng Chiang ( University of Washington )
    The Coevolution of Partnership and Fairness in Social Exchanges
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society
  • Friday, February 22, 2008, 12:00-1:30pm, SSPA 2112
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Dalton Conley ( New York University )
    Learning from Natural Experiments in Public Policy: Offspring Sex Mix and the Effect of PAC Money on Congressional Voting & The Longterm Mortality Effects of Vietnam Era Military Service
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Tuesday, February 26, 2008, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    -2007-2008 Eckstein Lecture
    Ronald F. Inglehart ( University of Michigan )
    The Role of Ordinary People in Democratization
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity
  • Monday, March 3, 2008, 2:00-3:30, UCI Student Center: Pacific Ballroom D
    - The 2007-08 Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series
    Philip Bennett ( Managing Editor, Washington Post )
    Covering Islam: A Challenge for American Journalism
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service
  • Thursday, March 6, 2008, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    - The International Studies Public Forum Series
    David Bartlett ( University of Minnesota )
    Emerging Market-Based Multinationals in the Global Economy
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; International
  • Thursday, March 6, 2008, 7:00-8:30, UCI Student Center, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    - The 2007-08 Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series
    Thomas Schelling ( University of Maryland )
    Managing Nuclear Proliferation
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service
  • Tuesday, April 8, 2008, 12:00-1:00, SE1 112
    Janet Rosenbaum ( Harvard University )
    Are virginity pledgers less sexually active than similar non-pledgers?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Monday, April 14, 2008, 12:00-1:00, SE1 112
    Margaret Schneider ( University of California, Irvine )
    Adolescent physical activity promotion; a multidisciplinary approach
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Planning and Human Services

  • Tuesday, April 15, 2008, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    - The International Studies Public Forum Series
    Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer and Scott Lasensky ( U.S. Institute for Peace )
    Negotiating Arab-Israeli Peace - American Leadership in the Middle East
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Tuesday, April 22, 2008, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    - The UCI Center for Citizen Peacebuilding presents
    Malaka Samara & Shani Gershon ( OneVoice )
    OneVoice Campus Tour
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Wednesday, April 23, 2008, 12:00-3:00, SSPB 4206
    -Sociology Department 2nd Year Paper Presentation
    Elizabeth Sowers
    Working Conditions and Opinions on Unionization among Truck Drivers
    Michelle Peria
    Maquiladora Work in Agua Prieta, Mexico: Integration or Exploitation?
    Michael Landis
    Social Movement Survival: How the Intelligent Design Movement Persists
    James Bany
    Reconstructing Identity: The Conversion Process and Identity Outcomes in the Ex-gay Movement
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service

    *ATTENDANCE TO THE ENTRE SESSION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT
  • Tuesday, April 24, 2008, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    - The International Studies Public Forum Series
    Dick Leonard ( former assistant editor of The Economist )
    The European Union - Entering the Big League?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Friday, April 25, 2008, 12:00-3:00, SSPB 4206
    -Sociology Department 2nd Year Paper Presentation
    Zoya Gubernskaya
    Changing Attitudes toward Marriage and Children in Six Countries
    Jared Olesen
    Newspaper Coverage of Environmental Movement Organizations 1988-2008
    Vincent Laus
    Breaking Free: The Persistence of Drug Usage and Social Connections for Filipino Americans
    Brian Gillespie
    Where You Are, Where You Go, and Who You Know:  The Influence of Social Capital, Residential Mobility, Demographic, and Community Effects on Child Academic Achievement and Behavioral Problems

    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service

    *ATTENDANCE TO THE ENTRE SESSION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT
  • Wednesday, April 30, 2008, 12:00-3:00, SSPB 4206
    -Sociology Department 2nd Year Paper Presentation
    Fernando Chirino
    Sexist Antagonism and Split Labor Market Theory
    Kristen Shorette
    The Effects of Structural Inequalities on Economic and Social Development: A Global Comparative Analysis
    Stefan Malizia
    Globalization and Environmental Governance
    Laurie Neighbors
    The Basel Ban Amendment: Predictors of Global Waste Trade Treaty Ratification

    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service

    *ATTENDANCE TO THE ENTRE SESSION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT
  • Wednesday, April 30, 2008, 7:00-8:30pm, SSH 100
    - The 17th Annual Margolis Lecture
    Vandana Shiva ( Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Natural Resource Policy, New Delhi )
    The New Food Wars: Globalization, GMOs, and Biofuels

    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; International; Planning and Human Service
  • Thursday, May 1, 2008, 3:30-5:00pm, SSPA 1100
    - The International Studies Public Forum Series
    Richard Brennan ( RAND Corporation )
    Building on Recent Success by Forging the Next Strategy for Iraq
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Friday, May 9, 2008, 12:00-1:30pm, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Cecilia Menjívar ( Arizona State University )
    Legal Violence?: Immigration Law in the Lives of Central Americans in the United States
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service

  • Wednesday, May 14, 2008, 12:00-1:30pm, SSPB 4206
    - The Sociology Department presents
    Elizabeth Fussell ( Tulane and Washington State )
    Post-Katrina New Orleans as a New Migrant Destination
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service
  • Tuesday, May 10, 2008, 6:30-7:30pm, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    Jim Mazzo ( Advanced Medical Optics )
    Sustainable Growth Through Strategic Innovation
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society

 

2008-2009 Certificate Talks

  • Thursday, October 9, 2008, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Michael Ross ( University of California, Los Angeles )
    The Coming Oil Wars
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; International
  • Wednesday, October 29, 2008, 4:00-5:00, UCI Student Center, Emerald Bay B
    Jorge Mariscal ( University of California, San Diego )
    Who's Afraid of the Chicano Movement?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Thursday, October 30, 2008, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Student Participants of the Olive Tree Initiative
    Students Making Peace? Report from UCI's Olive Tree Initiative"
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Wednesday, November 5, 2008, 3:00-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Gustavo Arellano
    "Ask a Mexican!" Columnist and Author to Discuss OC's Immigration Evolution

    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Thursday, November 13, 2008, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    James Goldgeier ( George Washington University and Council on Foreign Relations )
    U.S. Foreign Policy Between the Wars: From 11/9 to 9/11
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, November 20, 2008, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    Thomas Tighe ( President and CEO, Direct Relief International ) and
    Cecelia Lynch ( Associate Professor of Political Science and Director, Center for Global Peace and Conflict Studies (GPACS) )
    Global Leadership: Careers in International Development and Humanitarian NGOs
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; International
  • Friday, November 21, 2008, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Ivan Light ( University of California, Los Angeles )
    Deflecting Immigration: Networks, Markets, and Regulation in Los Angeles -- Follow-up Research
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday November 21, 2008, 2:00-3:30, DBH 6011
    Peter Pirolli ( Research Fellow, PARC )
    From Solo to Social Information Foraging Theory

    Email RSVP is required
    To: Jessica Garcia, jessicmg@ics.uci.edu
    By: Monday, November 17


    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society
  • Wednesday, January 7, 2009, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Recruitment candidate
    Wenhong Chen ( Duke University )
    Appreciating the Complexity: Ethnic Diversity and Generalized Trust in the Melting Pot
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services

  • Wednesday, January 21, 2009, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Peter Marsden ( Harvard University )
    Trends in Informal Social Participation, 1974-2006
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services

  • Wednesday, January 21, 2009, 3:30-5:00, SSPB 2214
    - Center for Asian Studies talk series, event co-sponsored by the Sociology Department
    David Bray ( Senior Lecturer in Chinese Studies )
    Master Plans and Model Communities: Rationalities of planning in Contemporary Urban China
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; International; Planning and Human Services

  • Thursday, January 22, 2009, 4:00-5:00, UCI Student Center, Emerald Bay B
    The Department of Chicano/Latino Studies 2008-09 Colloquia Series: Multiethnic Community and Formation
    Nicholas De Genova ( Columbia University )
    The Ghost in the Machine: Migrant Labor and the Homeland Security State
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, January 29, 2009, 3:30-5:00, University Club
    Troy Duster ( New York University ) and
    Dianne Pinderhughes
    ( University of Notre Dame)
    Race and Equality in America
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
  • Tuesday, February 3, 2009, 7:00-9:00pm, Dr. White Conference Room, Cross-Cultural Center
    Gender Education Series presents
    Wendy Barranco ( an Iraq Veteran Combat Medic)
    Cynthia E. Perry ( RN PhD Field Clinical Director, TriWest Healthcare Alliance )
    Emma Archer ( Ph.D. candidate, Dept. of Political Science, UC Santa Barbara )
    Women and the Military
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, February 5, 2009, 3:30-5:00 pm, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum (ISPF) presents
    Steve Fainaru ( Washington Post )
    Big Boy Rules: America's Mercenaries Fighting in Iraq
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Monday, February 9, 2009, 7:00-8:30, Crystal Cove Auditorium, Student Center
    Robert F. Sawyer ( University of California, Berkeley )
    The Science and Politics of Air Pollution
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society
  • Thursday, February 19, 2009, 3:30-5:00 pm, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum (ISPF) presents
    Johnny Yang (U.S. Army, served in Iraq), Dave Curry (U.S. Marines, served in Iraq), Chris Raheb (U.S. Marines, served in East Africa), Ilana Zelener (civilian), and Noah Saeedy (civilian)
    Conflict Experiences of UCI Students
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Wednesday, February 25, 2009, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    James Fowler ( University of California, San Diego )
    Friendships Moderate an Association Between a Dopamine Gene Variant and Political Ideology
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Thursday, March 5, 2009, 3:30-5:00 pm, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum (ISPF) with the Center for Law, Society and Culture present
    Peter Andreas ( Brown University ), Carol Burke ( University of California, Irvine, ), Michael Musheno ( San Francisco State University ), and Ray Novaco
    ( University of California, Irvine )
    The Human Faces of the War on Terrorism
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Wednesday, March 18, 2009, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Judith Seltzer ( University of California, Los Angeles )
    Intergenerational Relationships in U. S. Families
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, April 3, 2009, 12:30-1:30, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    UCI AGEP and the Center for Graduate and Professional Students and Postdoctoral Scholars present
    Orlando Taylor( Howard University )
    The Practical Application of Diversity: What It Is and What It Can Do For Me
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Wednesday, April 8, 2009, 4:00pm start, Irvine Barclay Theatre
    The Center for the Study of Democracy presents the Chancellor´s Distinguished Lecture and Jack W. Peltason Lecture featuring:
    Vicente Fox ( President of Mexico, 2000-06 )
    The Future of Democracy in Mexico and Latin America
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
    (This event is free and open to the public. Tickets will be made available at the Irvine Barclay Theatre Box Office on a first come-first served basis beginning at 2:00 p.m. prior to the lecture with a limit of one ticket per person. Doors open for seating at 3:00 p.m. Backpacks and re-entry after seating will not be allowed. For further ticket details, visit www.thebarclay.org)
  • Thursday, April 9, 2009, 12:15-1:15, SSL 122
    UCI AGEP and the Center for Graduate and Professional Students and Postdoctoral Scholars present
    Tammy Smecker-Hane, Luis Mota-Bravo, and Robert Aguilar ( University of California, Irvine )
    Diversity in STEM Disciplines: The challenges and benefits experienced by minorities in the STEM disciplines and how to improve the landscape for all
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Thursday, April 9, 2009, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum (ISPF) presents
    James Lebovic ( George Washington University )
    Deterring 'Rogue States': Do the Old Rules Apply?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Friday, April 17, 2009, 10:00-2:00, Cross Cultural Center
    UCI AGEP and the Center for Graduate and Professional Students and Postdoctoral Scholars present
    Graduate School Through the Eyes of Students of Color
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Monday, April 20, 2009, 12:00-2:30, SSPA 2112
    -Sociology Department 2nd Year Paper Presentation
    Joshua Saldana,
    Choosers and Movers: Studying the Link Between School Choice and Social Capital
    Thomas Elliott
    The Queer Movement and the Media: Social Movement Theory and New York Times Coverage of LGBT and AIDS Organizations 1950-2007

    Esther Castillo
    Putting Down Roots: Mexican Immigrants and the Relationship between Homeownership and Naturalization
    Raul Perez
    Learning to Make Racism Funny: The Reification of Race through Humor
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service
    *ATTENDANCE TO THE ENTRE SESSION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT
  • Tuesday, April 21, 2009, 12:00-2:30, SSPA 2112
    -Sociology Department 2nd Year Paper Presentation
    Daisy Carreon
    Health-Related Quality of Life in Elderly Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations: Testing the Double Jeopardy Hypothesis
    Brianna White
    What to Expect When You're Expecting: How Gender Role Attitudes Influence Fertility Intentions and Outcomes
    Emma Spiro
    Patterns of Coordination: Brokerage Roles in the Immediate Wake of Hurricane Katrina
    Dana Nakano
    An Interlocking Panethnicity: Identity Work Among Asian American Social Movement Leaders
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service
    *ATTENDANCE TO THE ENTRE SESSION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT
  • Wednesday, April 22, 2009, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Event co-sponsored by the Department of Education
    Steven Brint ( University of California Riverside )
    The Market Model and the Growth and Decline of Academic Fields in U.S. Colleges and Universities, 1975-2000
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, April 22, 2009, 2:00-3:30, SSPB 1208
    Jesus Aguilar ( former director of CARECEN )
    Migration, Deportation and the Recent Elections in El Salvador: Reflections from a Salvadoran NGO
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, April 23, 2009, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    -The International Studies Public Forum (ISPF) presents
    Larissa Fast ( University of Notre Dame )
    Risky Business: Providing Humanitarian Aid in Dangerous Contexts
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service
  • Thursday, April 23, 2009, 3:30-5:00, UCI University Club Dining Room
    The Center for the Study of Democracy and Department of Economics present the Economics of Governance Lecture featuring
    Alice M. Rivlin ( Greater Washington Research, Brookings )
    The State of the U.S. Economy
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, May 1, 2009, 3:30-5:00, Crystal Cove Auditorium, Student Center
    -The Chancellor's Distinguished Lecture Series
    Richard Carmona
    ( University of Arizona, 17th U.S. Surgeon General )
    Prevention, Preparedness, Plagues and Politics: The Life of the
    Surgeon General

    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, May 6, 2009, 7:00-8:30, UCI Student Center, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    Reza Pahlavi ( son of former shah of Iran )
    Iran-U.S. Relations at a New Crossroad
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, May 7, 2009, 7:00-8:30, UC Irvine Student Center, Doheny Beach A
    -Sixth Annual Wan-Lin Kiang Lecture featuring
    Carl Riskin ( City University of New York, Queens )
    The Future of Inequality in China
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Tuesday, May 12, 2009, 7:00-8:30, UCI Student Center, Pacific Ballroom A&B
    -Eighteenth Annual Margolis Lecture featuring
    Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im ( Emory University )
    Faith in Peace: The International Criminal Court and the Darfur Crisis
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, May 14, 2009, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    -The International Studies Public Forum (ISPF) presents
    Nina Bandelj ( Department of Sociology )
    From Communists to Foreign Capitalists
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; International
  • Wednesday, May 20, 2009, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Linda Waite ( University of Chicago )
    Fight or Flight vs Tend and Befriend: Social Isolation and Hypertension, co-authored with Martha McClintock, Erin York Cornwell, Lissa Patterson, and Juyeon Kim
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, May 21, 2009, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    -The Center for the Study of Democracy and International Studies Public Forum (ISPF) present the 10th annual Eckstein Lecture featuring:
    Sidney Tarrow ( Cornell University )
    Why Did the French Revolution (and others) Turn to Terror: How is Why!
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International


2009-2010 Certificate Talks

  • Tuesday, October 13, 2009, 6:00-7:30, Student Center, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    UCI Olive Tree Initiative
    Appreciating Narratives: Discovering Dialogue in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; International
  • Thursday, October 15, 2009, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum presents
    Reza Aslan (University of California, Riverside)
    The Future of US Iran Relations
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Tuesday, October 20, 2009, 3:30-5:00, SSPB 1208
    The Anthropology Colloquium Series presents
    Isaac William Martin (University of California, San Diego)
    Bankers into Populists: The Texas Tax Clubs and the Mellon Plan, 1924-1928
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, October 22, 2009, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum presents
    Barbara Walter (University of California San Diego)
    Does Cheap Talk Matter? An Experimental Approach
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Monday, October 26, 2009, 12:00-2:00, SSL 140
    Public Health Seminar
    Co-sponsored by the Department of Emergency Medicine
    Dr. Fred Burkle, MD, MPH ( Harvard School of Public Health )
    Public Health Emergencies: The Common Thread
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, October 29, 2009, 2:00-3:20, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    Center for the Study of Democracy presents
    Edmund "Jerry" Brown Jr. (California Attorney General and former two-term Governor (1975-83))
    Brown will discuss his more than 40-year career in politics and address questions regarding the future of the state of California
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, October 30, 2009, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Eric Anderson (University of Bath, United Kingdom)
    Inclusive Masculinities: Declining Homohysteria and Changing Gendered Behaviors among University Men
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Wednesday, November 4, 2009, 10:30-12:00, Doheny Beach conference rooms A&B
    The Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion (IMTFI) presents:
    Chair and discussant: Paul Dourish (Professor of informatics)
    Traditional money management

    -Mani Nandhi, Centre for Microfinance - Chennai, India: The Urban Poor and their Money
    -Syed Aiman Raza
    , Shia Degree College - Lucknow, India:  Network Linkages and Money Management: An Anthropological Purview of the Beesi Network amongst the Urban Poor Muslims in Old City Area of Lucknow, India
    Magdalena Villarreal, CIESAS- Tlalpan, Mexico; Maria Eugenia Santana, Universidad Autonoma de Chiapas - Chiapas, Mexico: Analysis of Financial practices among Families in Two Cities Indigenous to the Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
    ** Please RSVP at imtfi@uci.edu or call (949) 824-2284 **
  • Wednesday, November 4, 2009, 1:00-2:30, Doheny Beach conference rooms A&B
    The Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion (IMTFI) presents:
    Chair and discussant: Mohammed Mohammed (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)
    Existing indigenous money practices
    - Kenneth Omeje, United States International University - Nairobi, Kenya: Borrowing from the Gods: Oracular Deities as Traditional Sources of Credit
    among the Igbo of Nigeria

    - Thanuja Mummidi, French Institute of Pondicherry - Pondicherry, India: Forms of Money: An Inquiry into the Processes of Use and Adaptation among the Konda Reddis of South India
    - Svetlana Tyukhteneva, Ethnoconsulting Ltd. - Moscow, Russia: Yesterday’s Nomads and Modern Money
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
    ** Please RSVP at imtfi@uci.edu or call (949) 824-2284 **
  • Wednesday, November 4, 2009, 3:00-4:30, Doheny Beach conference rooms A&B
    The Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion (IMTFI) presents:
    Chair and discussant: Jan Chipchase (Nokia Design) 
    Impact of m-banking and ICTs
    - Sirimevan S. Colombage, The Open University of Sri Lanka - Nawala, Nugegoda: The Impact of New Technology on the Use of Money as a Means of Spending, Saving and Storing by the Poor: A Case Study of Sri Lanka
    - Beatrice Magembe and Alice Shemi, University of Botswana - Gabarone, Botswana: A Study of Money and Financial Services and the Impact of ICTs among Poor Communities in Developing Countries: The Case of Botswana
    -  Francis Wambalaba, Akosa Wambalaba, Philip Machoka, United States International University - Nairobi, Kenya: E-money for Enhancing MDGs at Bottom of the Pyramid: A Case Study for M-Banking in Kenya
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
    ** Please RSVP at imtfi@uci.edu or call (949) 824-2284 **
  • Thursday, November 5, 2009, 9:00-10:30, Doheny Beach conference rooms A&B
    The Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion (IMTFI) presents:
    Chair and discussant: Scott Mainwaring (Intel Research)
    Multiple currencies and local money systems
    - Marco Crocco, Federal University of Minas Gerais - Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil: Local Money Systems: Financial Inclusion and Reduction of Poverty
    - Caroline Schuster, University of Chicago - Chicago, IL:  Making Good Money: Microcredit, Commercial Financing, and Social Regulation in Paraguay’s Tri-Border Area
    - Mrinalini Tankha, Brandeis University - Waltham, MA: Cubanos Convertibles: Meanings of Multiple Currencies in Cuba 
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
    ** Please RSVP at imtfi@uci.edu or call (949) 824-2284 **
  • Thursday, November 5, 2009, 11:00-12:30, Doheny Beach conference rooms A&B
    The Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion (IMTFI) presents:
    Chair: Douglas Sabo (Visa Inc.)
    D iscussant: Michael Ferguson (Microfinance Opportunities)
    Microfinance and technology
    - Crystal Murphy Morgan, University of California, Irvine: Tabula Rasa? Conceptions of Microfinance in Juba, Sudan
    Anke Schwittay and Paul Braund, RiOS Institute - Berkeley, CA: ‘Democratizing Capital:’ Digital Lending Networks, Mobile Technologies and
    Women’s Solidarity Groups in Chiapas, Mexico
    -
    Mark Pickens, Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP): Financial Inclusion via Branchless Banking: What do we know about low-income consumers so far
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
    ** Please RSVP at imtfi@uci.edu or call (949) 824-2284 **
  • Thursday, November 5, 2009, 1:30-3:00, Doheny Beach conference rooms A&B
    The Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion (IMTFI) presents:
    Chair and discussant: Wendy March (Intel Research)
    Alternative methods of managing finance and protection against risk
    - Melissa Cliver, Financial Alliance for Sustainable Trade (FAST) - Montreal, Quebec: Follow the Bean: Navigating Value Exchange and Vulnerability with Farmers and their stakeholders
    - Harsha de Silva, LIRNEasia - Columbo, Sri Lanka: A Study on M-finance and Consumption Smoothening among the Poor with Irregular Income Streams
    - Catur Sugiyanto, Sri Yani Kusumastuti, and Duddy Donna, Universitas Gadja Mada - Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Managing Risks: What Poor Households in Yogyakarta do to smooth their consumption?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
    ** Please RSVP at imtfi@uci.edu or call (949) 824-2284 **
  • Friday, November 6, 2009, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Ted Gerber(University of Wisconsin, Madison)
    Russian women on family formation, prostitution, and sexual harassment: results of a recent survey
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, November 12, 2009, 4:00-5:00, SSPA 2112
    The Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences colloquium series presents:
    Andrew Noymer (Assistant Professor of Sociology)
    Do Social Gatherings Predict Influenza Mortality?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, November 13, 2009, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Christian Welzel (Jacobs University, Germany)
    The Human Empowerment Framework as a Guide to Analyze Social Change
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, November 19, 2009, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum (ISPF) presents, in cooperation with the Center for International Education (CIE):
    Dawn Nakagawa (Executive Vice President/ Pacific Council on International Policy), Elizabeth Burrell (Program Director/ American Academy of Diplomacy), Laura Tarre (Development Associate/ Grameen Foundation)
    Careers in International Relations
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Friday, November 20, 2009, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Gilda Ochoa (Pomona College)
    (Re)Framing the Gap: Deconstructing Hegemonic Discourses of Race and Class in a Southern California High School
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, January 7, 2010, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum presents
    Lee Ann Fujii (George Washington University)
    Killing Neighbors: Webs of Violence in Rwanda
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Monday, January 11, 2010, 12:00-1:00, SSL 140
    Program in Public Health presents
    Alonza Cruse (United States Food and Drug Administration)
    Leadership and Communications in Regulatory Affairs to Protect the Public Health
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, January 14, 2010, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum presents
    Martha Crenshaw (Stanford University)
    Mapping Terrorist Organizations: Relationships and Evolution over Time
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Friday, January 15, 2010, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Amy Binder (University of California, San Diego)
    “Civil” or “Provocative”? Varieties of Conservative Student Style and Discourse in American Universities
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Tuesday, January 19, 2010, 9:30-11:00, Education 2024
    - Department of Education presents
    Leisy J. Abrego (President's Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Sociology)
    Rethinking Remittances and Schooling: The Significance of Parents' Legal Status and Gender for Children in Transnational Families
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, January 22, 2010, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Peter I. Rose (Smith College)
    Race and Reason: Reflections on the Life and Contributions of Robin M. Williams, Jr.
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, February 3, 2010, 10:00-12:00, Cal IT2 Auditorium
    Ellen Galinsky (Families and Work Institute)
    Mind in the Making: A Journey into the Research of Child Development
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Planning and Human Services

  • Thursday, February 4, 2010, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum presents
    Michael J. Tierney (College of William and Mary)
    Greening Aid? Understanding the Environmental Impact of Development Assistance
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Friday, February 5, 2010, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Sarah Soule (Stanford University)
    Protesting While Black: The Differential Policing of US Protesters, 1960-1990
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Monday, February 8, 2010, 12:00-1:00, SSL 140
    - Public Health Seminar
    Ahmed Ibrahim (Vivarium/ Biosafety Specialist, EHS)
    Health Under Siege: The Gaza Model
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, February 10, 2010, 12:00-1:30, SSPA 2112
    International Studies, Center for the Study of Democracy, Center for Global Peace and Conflict Studies, Center for Citizen Peacebuilding, and UCI School of Law present:
    Daniel Taub (Principal Deputy Legal Adviser of Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
    Meet the Diplomats: Daniel Taub, Legal Adviser, Israel Foreign Affairs
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, February 11, 2010, 12:00-1:00, Cross Cultural Center
    Office of Equal Opportunity & Diversity Campus Conversations Series
    Erwin Chemerinsky (Dean, Law School)
    First Amendment in a Multicultural Society
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity

  • Friday, February 19, 2010, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Stefan Timmermans (University of California, Los Angeles)
    Constructing Disease in the Genomics Era: Newborn Screening and the Advent of Patients-in-Waiting
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Tuesday, February 23, 2010, 4:00-6:30, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    Brandon Miller
    Homeless in Los Angeles
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, February 26, 2010, 2:00-3:30, Student Center Emerald Bay Room AB
    - 2010 Harry Eckstein Lecture
    Robert D. Putnam (Harvard University)
    American Grace: The Changing Role of Religion in America
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Monday, March 1, 2010, 12:00-1:00, Education 3238
    Wendy Garrard (University of Michigan)
    Ruling in Plausible Mediators of Antisocial Behaviors in Social Interventions for School-Based Interpersonal Conflict: Meta-Analysis of Social Self-Control, Perspective-Taking, and Problem-Solving
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Planning and Human Services
  • Monday, March 8, 2010, 12:00-1:00, SSL 140
    - Public Health Seminar
    Eric G. Handler, M.D., M.P.H. (Director, Orange County Health Care Agency) and Paul Leon, RN (PHN Illumination Foundation)
    Homelessness and Public Health in Orange County
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Tuesday, March 9, 2010, 7:00-8:30pm, SSH 100
    Jack F. Matlock, Jr. (Former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union; Columbia University)
    Ending the Cold War 20 Years Ago: Lessons for Today
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; International
  • Friday, March 12, 2010, 1:00-3:00, Calit2 Seminar Room 3008
    UC Irvine Global Health Framework
    Supported by the NIH Fogarty International Center
    Global Health Research Colloquium
    Featuring Presentations by Global Health Fellows
    Mojgan Sami (Department of Planning, Policy, and Design)
    Social Determinants of Health in Vulnerable Populations
    Thomas Gilbreath (Departmetn of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)
    Microbial Ecology of African Malaria Vectors"
    Mei-Hui Wang (Department of Public Health)
    Effects of Insecticide-treated Nets on the Age Structure of African Malaria Mosquitoes
    Andrew Noymer (Department of Sociology and Public Health)
    Tuberculosis in Epidemiologic Transition
    Emma Wright (School of Social Ecology)
    Analysis of the Humoral Immune Response of Patients Infected with Tuberculosis in Southern India
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International; Planning and Human Services
    *
    Be sure to stay for the entire set of talks to receive credit, and not leave in the midst of the talks. Thank you.
  • Monday, March 29, 2010, 12:00-1:00, Education 3238
    Greg Duncan (Department of Education)
    The Nature and Impact of Early Achievement Skills, Attention, and Behavior Problems
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, April 1, 2010, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum presents
    Reese Erlich (Freelance Journalist)
    Obama, Nukes and the Democratic Movement in Iran: A First-Hand Report from Tehran
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Friday, April 2, 2010, 12:30-1:45, Social Ecology I, Room 300B
    Planning, Policy, and Design Seminar Series
    Joe Soss (University of Minnesota)
    The organization of discipline: From performance management to perversity and punishment
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society
  • Monday, April 5, 2010, 11:30-2:00, Crystal Cove Auditorium
    2010-11 UC Irvine Distinguished American Indian Lecture Series
    Ernest L. Stevens, Jr. (Chairman, National Indian Gaming Association)
    Economic Self-Sufficiency through Indian Gaming
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Monday, April 5, 2010, 12:00-1:00, Education 3238
    Gillian Hayes (Department of Education)
    Embedded, Ubiquitous, and Mobile Computing in Educational Environments
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, April 8, 2010, 4:00-5:00, SSPA 2112
    IMBS Colloquium Series
    Jeff Brantingham (University of California, Los Angeles)
    The Mechanistic Origin of Crime Hotspots
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Monday, April 12, 2010, 12:00-1:00, Education 3238
    Margaret Burchinal (Department of Education)
    Threshold Analysis of Association Between Child Care Quality and Child Outcomes for Low-Income Children in Pre-Kindergarten Programs
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Monday, April 12, 2010, 12:00-1:00, DBH 1200
    - Public Health Seminar
    Eric G. Walsh (Correctional Medical Services Orange County Health Care Agency)
    Stress and Health Disparities
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, April 14, 2010, 12:00-1:30, Cross Cultural Center, Dr. White Room
    Panelists: Kevin Huie (Director of the Cross-Cultural Center), Donna Iliescu (School of Humanities), and Pamela Crouch (president of UCI’s Mixed student organization)
    Moderator: Kika Friend (Center for Educational Partnerships)
    I AM OTHER: The complexities of multiracial identity in the U.S.
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Diversity
  • Friday, April 16, 2010, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Scott Brooks (University of California, Riverside)
    Black Men Can't Shoot
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Services
  • Wednesday, April 21, 2010, 12:00-2:00, SSPA 2112
    -Sociology Department 2nd Year Paper Presentation
    Zack Almquist
    Cognitive models of group identification: the case of regional selfidentification
    Sean Fitzhugh
    Effects of Individual and Group-Level Properties on the Robustness of Emergency-Phase Communication Networks
    Jonathan Lui
    The Impact of Parental Divorce on Marital Timing

    Anne Tatlock
    Share and Share Alike: Does Income Sharing Imply Household Sharing?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service
    *ATTENDANCE TO THE ENTRE SESSION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT
    -must include write-up for each presentation in summary form.
     
  • Wednesday, April 28, 2010, 12:00-2:00, SSPA 2112
    -Sociology Department 2nd Year Paper Presentation
    Rosalio Cedillo
    Intermarriage in the Mexican-origin Population in Los Angeles
    Rachael Chatterson
    Evangelicalism in the Modern World Culture: A Cross-National Analysis
    Andrew Duncan
    Semi-Private: Government Capital Investment in the Chinese Economy
    Christopher D. Smith
    Generational Differences in Fertility among Mexican Americans: Evidence of Incorporation?

    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; International; Planning and Human Service
    *ATTENDANCE TO THE ENTRE SESSION IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT
    -must include write-up for each presentation in summary form.
     
  • Thursday, April 29, 2010, 3:30-5:00pm, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum presents
    David Kaye (University of California, Los Angeles)
    Getting Some Closure: Guantanamo and the Law and Politics of U.S. Detention Policy
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, April 29, 2010, 7:00-9:00pm, Social and Behavioral Sciences Gateway,
    Room 1517
    Matthew Beckmann, Louis DeSipio, Mark Petracca, Charles Anthony (Tony) Smith, and Carole Uhlaner(Department of Political Sciences)
    Perspectives on California Politics: Challenges, Consequences and Predictions
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Thursday, May 6, 2010, 3:30-5:00, Student Center Pacific Ballroom B
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Event co-sponsored with the Center for the Study of Democracy
    David Grusky (Stanford University)
    Gloom, Doom, & the Spectacular Rise in Inequality: Does the Economic Crisis Provide an Opportunity for Change?
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Service
  • Thursday, May 6, 2010, 3:30-5:00pm, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum presents
    Mark Juergensmeyer (University of California, Santa Barbara)
    Global Rebellion: Religious Challenges to the Secular State
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, May 6, 2010, 4:00-5:00, SSPA 2112
    IMBS Colloquium Series
    Carter Butts (Department of Sociology)
    An Inferentially Tractable Behavioral Micro-foundation for Cross-sectional 
    Network Models

    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services


  • Thursday, May 6, 2010, 7:00-8:30, Social Behavioral Science Gateway, Room 1517
    Seventh Annual Kiang Lecture: Unlocking Modern China History
    Tai-chu Kuo (Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University)
    Chiang Kai-shek Reappraised: Unlocking Modern China History
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
    **Please RSVP to Sandy Cushman, scushman@uci.edu or 949 824-3344**
  • Friday, May 7, 2010, 12:00-1:30, SB 116
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Event co-sponsored with the Paul Merage School of Business
    Mark Mizruchi (University of Michigan)
    CEO Ideology and Corporate Political Action: A Theoretical and Historical Account
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society
  • Friday, May 14, 2010, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Charles Ragin (University of Arizona)
    Intersecting Inequalities: A Fuzzy-Set Analysis of Family Background, Test Scores, and Poverty
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Service
  • Thursday, May 20, 2010, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum presents
    Roger Cohen (New York Times Columnist)
    Unnatural Enemies: The Riddle of Iran-U.S. Relations
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, May 27, 2010, 3:30-5:00, SSPA 1100
    The International Studies Public Forum presents
    Miles Kahler (University of California, San Diego)
    Asia's Rise and Global Governance
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    International
  • Thursday, May 27, 2010, 4:00-5:00, SSPA 2112
    IMBS Colloquium Series
    Yen-Sheng Chiang (Department of Sociology)
    Partner Selection and the Emergence of Fairness
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy and Society; Planning and Human Services
  • Friday, May 28, 2010, 12:00-1:30, SSPB 4206
    - Sociology Department Colloquium Series
    Aliya Saperstein (University of Oregon)
    The Consequences of Racial Fluidity for Inequality in the United States
    This talk satisfies partial event requirement for the following certificate(s):
    Business, Economy, and Society; Diversity; Planning and Human Service

 

 

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