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TAC Talks 2019: The Event

An evening celebrating UWT graduate student research: TAC Talks, a series of 5-minute lightning talks, followed by a reception

TAC Talks - Spring 2019 Details

TAC Talks are polished, 5-minute snapshot talks presented by UW Tacoma graduate students across a range of research and professional interests.  Each talk is accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation, and there is opportunity for Q&A from the audience.

The theme this year is Breaching Borders, broadly interpretable. These borders might be literal borders or barriers, these can be academic explorations into uncharted territories, these can be transgressions, these can be pushing past the status quo....

This year, hear talks about Oppressed Group Behavior, Privacy & Machine Learning, Climate Change & Libraries, Gender Politics, Game-Based Learning, and more!

Schedule Details

TAC Talks

Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

Tioga Library Building 307b ("The Atrium")

5:00 - 7:30pm, including a reception

 

 

TAC Talks will begin at 5pm.  The program typically resembles this schedule, but is subject to change:
  • Opening remarks
  • First set of talks:  5 talks, 5 minutes each 
  • Q&A
  • Second set of talks:  5 talks, 5 minutes each
  • Q&A
  • Closing remarks
  • Reception

TAC Talks Contacts

Johanna Jacobsen Kiciman
Reference and Instruction Librarian
jmjk@uw.edu
(253) 692-4882

 

Marisa Petrich
Instructional Design Librarian
marisp2@uw.edu
(253) 692-4651
 
Margaret Lundberg
Instructional Consultant, Writing (TLC)
margal3@uw.edu
 

TAC Talks

Now a part of SHAREfest!

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"Student Scholarship Highlights and Research Excellence" - SHAREfest 2019     

The Office of Research and UW Tacoma Library, along with the Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Success and the Associate Dean for Student Support and Success invite you to the inaugural Spring 2019 "Student SHAREfest"! SHAREfest refers to the collection of events occurring across campus during the spring quarter at which UW Tacoma undergraduate and graduate students will share their 'scholarship highlights and research excellence.