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API case studies. SOAP web service. Elliot Gann and Alex Crooke will serve as keynote speakers. He also works across the globe using hip-hop beat making and culture as a mental health, educational, social justice and cross-cultural intervention. He is currently creating the Therapeutic Beat Making Model. He now teaches the first hip-hop and beat making skills music therapy program in the Oceania region.
What to Expect Hip-hop as an innovative approach to health, education, and justice. Presentation at 5 p. Reception at 6 p. Carrillo is known for her outstanding video-choreography that expresses the inner condition of underrepresented communities. Her latest research includes site-specific screendance and site-specific multidisciplinary performances; a hybridization of cinematography and choreography.
Her innovative work has been presented on four continents and goes back more than a decade. She heavily involves her students in her work by giving dancers and filmmakers the opportunity to travel and learn from international leaders in their branch of study. Wilson Latin American Research Fellowship for her creative work. Bobcats United and Common Experience present a panel of speakers who have distinguished themselves as innovators in San Marcos.
They will discuss their personal endeavors and how they became innovators in today's rapidly changing world. Monday, November 5, — p. Phi Sigma Tau Open Discussion About the Series The Philosophy Dialogue Series is a unique program of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions — as many as 60 presentations each semester.
Mike Brooks and Jon Lasser, psychologists with extensive experience working with kids, parents, and teachers, combine cutting-edge research and expertise to create an engaging and helpful guide that emphasizes the importance of the parent-child relationship. They reject an "all or nothing" attitude towards technology, in favor of a balanced approach that neither idealizes nor demonizes the digital. Brooks and Lasser provide strategies for preventing technology from becoming problematic in the first place; steps for addressing problems when they arise; and ways of intervening when problems are out of control.
They also discuss the increasingly challenging issue of technology use in schools, and how parents can collaborate with educators when concerns arise over kids' use of technology. Meet employers from a wide variety of companies who will be seeking interns, as well as part-time and full-time employees. What to Expect Opportunities to network and explore careers and opportunities in health professions fields.
Thursday, November 8, — p. Presenters: Dialogue Class About the Series The Philosophy Dialogue Series is a unique program of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions — as many as 60 presentations each semester. About the Series The Philosophy Dialogue Series is a unique program of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions — as many as 60 presentations each semester.
Registration is required. See link below. How A. Gilbert D. Martinez School of Journalism and Mass Communication gm19 txstate. Reiter will read from his newly published book and take questions. What to Expect Discover how the Astros' success and innovation transcend baseball and can be applied to aspects of life and culture. Join us for a lively discussion of plastics, pollution, and social environmental responsibility. Confirmed speakers: Marcus Eriksen, Ph. He is committed to building stronger communities through art, science, adventure, and activism.
His books chronicle rafting adventures and highlight his experiences as a veteran of war and as a scientist for conservation. Eriksen is the co-founder of Leap Lab, as well as the research director and co-founder of the 5 Gyres Institute. She works on Dell's ocean plastics initiative, focusing specifically on ensuring responsible and ethical conditions for the harvesting and recycling of the plastics. Lia Colabello launched Plastic Pollution Solutions to advise organizations on strategies to reduce their global plastic footprint.
With more than 12 years' experience with ocean conservation groups such as The 5 Gyres Institute and Surfrider Foundation, she has helped organizations including Costa Sunglasses, Klean Kanteen, LUSH Cosmetics, and Whole Foods engage in marine plastics solution initiatives, both internally and with their communities.
Shelia Rogers is a fine art photographer and mixed media artist. Her life's work communicates the complexities and the attractions she finds in her environment. Surrounded by waterfronts and beaches, Rogers' work exposes her revelation, from the eclectic culture of the Texas Gulf Coast to everyday beachcombing. Rogers earned her B. What to Expect New solutions and changes you can make for a cleaner, safer future.
Jesse Gainer Department of Curriculum and Instruction jg51 txstate. Event is free and open to the public. In it, the authors share strategies to help teachers examine their own educational spaces, build reciprocal relationships with families and communities, and teach within standards and testing mandates while challenging unjust systems. Practices are brought to life through students, families, and community members who voice the realities of pedagogical privilege and oppression and urge educators to take action for change.
Susi Long is professor of early childhood education and language and literacy at the University of South Carolina. What to Expect Innovating curriculum to meet the needs of diverse students through culturally relevant pedagogy. The Graduate College is celebrating 10 years of innovative research! Graduate students in various programs both on and off the Texas State campus will present their original research findings in this two-day conference, including the Keynote Address and Recognition Luncheon.
Event is free and open to both undergraduates and graduate students. Please register using the link below. This year's address will feature Dr. Her address will focus on innovation in teaching and research. What to Expect Inspiration and new techniques to create a greater impact in research.
This is the first day of a multi-day interactive art and design event, hosted in the Gallery of the Common Experience, that will introduce students of all abilities and backgrounds to cutting-edge creative technologies. Students can sign up in advance through Eventbrite linked below to be a sculptor in virtual space using a VR headset and 3D wand. The space will be set up by Austin-based artist Topher Sipes.
The sculptures will then be fabricated using 3D printers, and the results will be put on display in the Gallery of the Common Experience. What to Expect Explore the uses and applications of virtual reality technology, sculpting objects in virtual space. Christopher B. Jenney is a neuroscientist, nutritionist, and educator who combines behavioral neuroscience and nutrition science in novel models of drug abuse.
He will discuss innovative approaches in addiction medicine. What to Expect New ideas and potential solutions to address the growing epidemic of addiction. The Honors College holds a Thesis Forum each fall semester to provide a venue for students to present their Honors theses to the academic and university communities.
Along with providing leadership development for students in presentation skills, the Thesis Forum is seen as a celebration of the culmination of students' self-driven academic projects. Open to all. What to Expect The Thesis Forum seeks to inspire the spirit of academic curiosity in students, staff, and members of the community. David Cameron Department of Management dc50 txstate. Texas State University's 3-Day Startup 3DS is a hour learning-by-doing campus workshop that teaches entrepreneurial skills to university students in an extreme hands-on environment.
Some teams work late into the night and others prefer to rest up in preparation for Day 2. Day 2: Customer discovery teams exit the building or hit the phones and talk to potential customers , structured mentorship, intermediate pitches and feedback sessions. Day 2 places heavy emphasis on business model generation. Presentations are Sunday, 3 p. The programs concludes at p. What to Expect You and 59 other students from different backgrounds and disciplines will start a company over the course of three days.
Participants pick the best ideas for a startup during the Friday brainstorming session, and design and deliver a pitch by the end of day 3. The goal is to build enough momentum among a network of motivated people to sustain the companies beyond the weekend. All food will be provided for the duration of the weekend.
The performance will contain live experimental electronic and electro-acoustic music with live digital video art including a special performance of Brian Eno's "Music for Airports. Watch as journalists travel the length of the U. Film Trailer » borderwallmovie. More than 30 reporters and photographers interviewed migrants, farmers, families and tribal members.
They joined Border Patrol agents on the ground, in a tunnel and at sea. They patrolled with vigilantes and walked the line with ranchers. In the interactive report linked below , you can watch aerial video of every foot of the border, explore every piece of fence, even stand at the border in virtual reality. This breakthrough technology is intended to help us better understand the issues — and one another.
Location: J. Not all teams that participate in the judging session will be invited to exhibit their projects at the Austin showcase event. Requirements: Teams must be comprised of current TXST students, faculty or a mixture of both; Student teams are not required to have faculty advisors; however, it is encouraged; Teams are encouraged to work with industry and corporate partners for mentorship, networking, and potential sponsorship; and Teams selected to participate in the November judging session must participate in this session to be eligible to present at the Texas State University Innovation Lab and Reception.
What to Expect The university's premier opportunity to network and share research projects with industry professionals, as well as university faculty and staff. Diverse Stories Matter Wednesday, November 28, 5 — 7 p. Minda Lopez Department of Curriculum and Instruction minda. Esteban Gast , storyteller, entrepreneur, TV personality, and comedian will discuss the importance of storytelling as an innovative way to build bridges, bring diverse voices to the table, and foster greater empathy and connection.
What to Expect Storytelling as an innovative way to build bridges between people: We often think of storytelling as only interpersonal, but it has innovative systemic implications for building empathy and connection. Microsoft has teamed up with Net Impact to give students the opportunity to propose a solution addressing a problem in their local community.
Judges from Microsoft and the local community will evaluate proposals. There are four prompts students can choose among to develop a solution for. The prompts include: How can Microsoft extend its commitment to environmental sustainability? How can Microsoft leverage its technical knowledge and assets to address the digital divide?
How can the company extend this commitment to help underrepresented groups gain digital skills? How can the company best engage with community stakeholders to understand local needs? Students, both undergraduate and graduate, as well as faculty can form teams of two to five people.
The top 10 teams will pitch their idea in front of the judging panel on Nov. What to Expect Opportunities to showcase student innovation at Texas State through one of the world's premier innovation companies. December Expand Event List. Angela Jones School of Criminal Justice Assistant District Attorney John F. A graduate of Southwestern University and the University of Texas School of Law, he has been a prosecutor for over 16 years. He will discuss developments within the Conviction Integrity Unit.
The Unit takes an innovative approach by evaluating research on the causes of wrongful convictions and applies that information to its analysis of cases. This obligation does not end with a conviction. The office is committed to working diligently to ensure that, in each case, the correct person was convicted.
No justice system is perfect. The Conviction Integrity Unit serves the community by acknowledging that the system can make mistakes and by taking appropriate measures to identify and correct any mistakes. What to Expect New ways to remedy errors in the criminal justice system. January Expand Event List. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Celebration. In observance of Martin Luther King Jr.
Texas State students, organizations, faculty and staff reenact a march similar to those conducted during the Civil Rights Movement. King and other civil rights leaders, as well as their impacts on our civil liberties. What to Expect Inspiration for creating a better future. This show focuses on the ways in which visual media interact with the ever-changing landscape of culture, politics, and life. We seek to expand our understanding of innovation as more than a technological buzzword but rather a challenge to create a newer, better experience beyond our present reality.
Approaching themes of the social and physical constructs of race, sexuality, gender and labor, this show will function as a space to recreate and re-interpret the world around us. What to Expect An exhibition highlighting student artists interpretation on the way we can change our perception of fixed realities. The new musical works, some to be heard for the first time, come from a broad range of inspirations from poetry to particle physics and utilize creative techniques from canonic ostinato to video synthesis.
What to Expect A diverse range of sonic and visual patterns woven into complex forms of beauty and temporal subtlety, stimulating abstract creative thoughts. We encourage artists to be creative with their approach to materials. All media will be considered. What to Expect Meet with other student artists and engage with themes surrounding the culture of innovation.
February Expand Event List. Men's Basketball: Texas State vs. The Bobcats are enjoying their best start in half a century with a overall record and a record in Sun Belt Conference games, tied for first place. Join in the fun, bond with fellow Bobcats, and support Texas State. What to Expect Championship-level basketball from Texas State student athletes in a community-building atmosphere.
Areas of Exploration Community Partners Website txstatebobcats. This workshop is a faculty-only event. Ron Hass , senior lecturer in Honors College, and Dr. Peter Tschirhart , associate dean in Honors College, will lead this workshop. Design thinking is a solution-based approach to solving complex problems. In this two-hour, active workshop, we will apply design-thinking to the problem of crafting engaging and innovative writing assignments for our students.
Participants will leave with the ideas, tools, and the inspiration to enrich their syllabi and generate better student writing. This workshop is limited to 20 participants. What to Expect New approaches to developing innovative writing assignments. Carrying on his legacy, the Count Basie Orchestra, a to piece big band directed by Scotty Barnhart, has won 18 Grammy Awards and 20 Downbeat and Jazz Times polls — more than any other big band in jazz.
Founded by Count Basie in and surviving long past the Big Band era itself, the Count Basie Orchestra remains one of the most prominent jazz performing groups from the swing era. What to Expect A world-class performance of big band jazz music. Alexis Stokes Department of Finance and Economics as44 txstate. After graduating, he began his professional career as a career advisor in the Texas State University Career Services office.
After five years of working with students and employers on campus, he pursued a new role as part of the university recruiting team at Visa Inc. As a senior recruiter, he leads university recruiting efforts for cybersecurity and corporate IT work groups and is a key member of process improvement projects focusing on cross-function collaboration. In this role she creates programs, designs innovative approaches, and stays up to date with industry trends in order to provide the best service and support for students, alumni, and employers.
After graduating with a BBA in management in , she spent time as an event coordinator in Austin, Texas where she managed and developed a wide variety of professional service events. She is responsible for the organization's promotional and messaging efforts in national markets through social media, website maintenance, and digital communication. She originally joined GSMP in fall as a marketing intern and contributed to projects including increasing search-engine optimization, improving social media presence, and contributing to signature events.
Originally from Houston, she developed a passion for the Central Texas region while studying at Texas State. A marketing graduate, she has been contributing to the efforts of transforming the region between Austin and San Antonio into the Texas Innovation Corridor. About Business Leadership Week Business Leadership Week engages the students and faculty of Texas State University and the local community in conversations and learning about business leadership ideas that extend beyond textbooks and classrooms by offering guest lectures, interactive events and contests, and forums for discussion.
What to Expect Guest speakers will be joining McCoy College classes throughout the week to share their leadership experience and enlighten the Texas State community on the Business Leadership Week theme, "Innovating for Impact. Does it focus on what value you will give your employer?
He is an alumnus of Texas State University and brings more than 40 years of business and leadership experience in the fields of accounting, finance, energy, management and marketing to help students and alumni of the McCoy College of Business with developing effective career strategies. She holds a B. She also spent four years as plant controller in the Brownwood, Texas, plant.
Despite having little college experience, Gomez used valuable lessons from his entry-level jobs to catapult himself into high-impact positions. At the managed-cloud provider Rackspace, he worked closely with co-founder Graham Weston. His goal is to enable others to see the vision and help advance the seventh-largest city in the United States into a world-class center for startups, especially in the tech industry.
Toward that end, Gomez collaborates with a network of professionals to fortify growth of the tech district in downtown San Antonio. He is a cofounder of Techbloc and serves as board member, advisor, and mentor for a variety of local and national tech and entrepreneurial endeavors. She is also a seasoned conference and corporate speaker, workshop facilitator, and consultant who works with smart professionals who want to be more connected, respected, and successful.
DeNucci grew up in an entrepreneurial family and has enjoyed a successful career in marketing communications as well as talent development, management, and promotion. In recognition of her ongoing work as an innovator, connector, leader, and mentor, she has earned numerous awards from the Association of Women in Communications, the National Speakers Association, and the Austin Business Journal.
DeNucci is a veteran of the TEDx stage and is working on two more books: one on conversation and connection; the other on proven strategies for surviving hardship, meeting challenges, and finding greater happiness in your career, relationships, and life. What to Expect Hands-on experience with the micro:bits controller. This fair is expected to attract organizations with both internship and full-time positions. A complete list of employers attending this event will be available via Jobs4Cats or by downloading the Career Fair App.
Linda Alkire Dr. Alkire holds a Ph. She has been a guest speaker at international academic and industry conferences and has presented in the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Australia among others. The Emerson Group is a forward-thinking consumer products equity organization. Emerson Healthcare is a consumer products logistics solutions provider. Emerson Marketing is a consumer products marketing organization.
He has held senior management positions in Fortune companies within brand management, new business development, sales operations, and field sales. The company focuses on providing simple solutions to everyday problems with portable, convenient, and versatile products for all ages, as well as a new pet line Fur-eez by Monkey Mat. A firm believer in user-centered, needs-based innovation, Barany has a diverse background, including executive management and advanced technology development at a Fortune medical device company, marketing and business consulting at a leading Australian broadcasting conglomerate, and Wall Street.
She and her family live in Austin. He is an entrepreneur, business advisor, investor, philanthropist, educator, and adventurer. He is the founder or principal owner of several companies and nonprofit enterprises. He began his professional career in the hospitality business in Hawaii before shifting his focus to management consulting at Kalypso, helping global businesses achieve their growth goals through innovation and new product development. He is now bringing those skills back to the hospitality industry.
Maggie Callahan started her career as a law student in tech-driven San Francisco after attending Harvard Law. Although she had success in her career, she yearned for something that allowed her to express her creative side. After moving to Austin, she attended Le Courdon Bleu and discovered a world of creative opportunities within the realm of chocolate. He founded one of the world's most successful health and fitness brands, TriggerPoint.
While revolutionizing an industry and establishing a household name, there was a lot learned along the way. In Blissful Ignorance: The Art of Being an Entrepreneur , he draws upon his triumphs and missteps to help entrepreneurs learn how to simplify their approach, ignite their passion, and discover their own purpose-driven path.
Business Leadership Week Innovating for Impact Interactive Professional Development Workshop: Interviewing and Negotiating with Sylvia Kubiak Sylvia Kubiak is president and CEP of Millennium Group, a specialty staffing firm specializing in placing top professionals in the areas of technology and software, data analytics, creative design, marketing, and other experienced professionals.
Clients include start-ups to Fortune companies in various industries. Kubiak brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her role with over 25 years of staffing and recruiting. The primary purpose of the conference is to bring together students to learn leadership skills, engage in values-based activities that foster personal leadership development, build a unified community, cultivate social responsibility, and inspire students to adopt a new way of life while expanding their leadership potential.
What to Expect Hear dynamic speakers and engage in small group dialogues with other student leaders to apply leadership lessons to your own experiences. Jeff Wilson is an academic and entrepreneur based in New York City. He is founder at the award-winning micro-housing company Kasita. Named one of Inc's 25 most disruptive companies in the world, Kasita homes are square feet, incredibly smart, and beautifully designed.
Formerly, Dr. Wilson was a professor and dean also known as "Professor Dumpster. Wilson has authored dozens of scientific articles, was named the University of Texas System's top assistant professor, and did his postdoctoral work at Harvard. Beyond startups and dumpster diving, Professor Dumpster enjoys traveling - in another experiment, he took a girl he met online for a whirlwind date across seven countries in 21 days - with only the clothes on their backs a book and soon to be a Hollywood movie.
What to Expect A look into the future of real estate, innovation, community, sustainability and minimalism. In her current role, she oversees Baylor's global programs and affiliations, as well as The Baylor Global Innovation Center, which seeks to develop innovative approaches to global health challenges.
She has been principal investigator on several grants funded by the National Cancer Institute NIH , and has led multiple international clinical trials focused on the endoscopic diagnosis of esophageal, and gastric cancer. In addition, she and her group are involved in several projects that seek to develop innovative technological approaches to addressing cancer and other chronic diseases in low-resource areas worldwide.
These involve the development of remote medical technologies such as augmented and virtual reality-based platforms for surgical or endoscopic training, cell phone apps, and portable, battery-operated technologies for medical management in low-resource environments. Anandasabapathy holds a B. What to Expect An exciting glimpse into the innovations that are shaping the future of medicine and cancer treatment. Philosophy Dialogue Topic: Innovation and Imagination Presenter: Dialogue Class About the Series The Philosophy Dialogue Series is a unique program of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions — as many as 60 presentations each semester.
Thomas J. His areas of interest focus on policing, public policy, and organizational justice. He is currently assigned to the Office of Management Analysis and Planning where he writes department policy and conducts program evaluation. Policing agencies across the United States have undergone rapid social and technological transformation in recent years. Evidence-based practices are the new gold standard of policing. But the question remains, is policing policy scientifically grounded? Major policy reforms such as the withdrawal of stop-and-frisk, overhaul of standard use-of-force reporting, and expansion of the body-worn camera program, were pursued, to a large extent, as a consequence of such crises.
Abdicating our responsibility of relentless follow-up and assessment of these programs may result in social policies that do more harm than good. What to Expect Policy changes, reforms, and innovations from one of the premier law enforcement agencies in the United States. Completed works from the virtual reality sculpting experience held in November with Austin artist Topher Sipes were reinvented through 3D printing and will be displayed in the Gallery of the Common Experience for the Spring exhibit.
Friday, March 1 at and p. Saturday, March 2 at p. Momento a Momento is a multimedia event that blurs the lines between artistic disciplines creating exciting, experimental, and innovative work, endemic of our times. Featuring Merge Dance Company and guests, the performance includes live dance, live music, and projecting images. What to Expect Innovative blending of disciplines in creative performance.
March Expand Event List. Last year's volunteer total surpassed 1, individuals. Bring your friends, clean up the San Marcos River and surrounding tributaries, and learn about how stormwater runoff can impact the San Marcos River. Sign up online at the link below and pick the watershed location where you would like to volunteer.
Each volunteer will receive a t-shirt, free breakfast, and free lunch after the event. What to Expect Opportunities to unite our local community by cleaning up our local river. Research and Identity Panel Monday, March 4, — p. A panel of Texas State University scholars will discuss how their innovative research and personal identity intersect: Jeff Helgeson earned his Ph. Crucibles was a finalist for the Benjamin L. In addition to other publications, he has published a definitive essay on American working-class history in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of America.
His current book project, The Politics of Bewilderment: Reimagining the History of Fragmented Urban America , tracks the rise of corporate power over urban politics since the s in Boston, Massachusetts. Krista Pollett is an M. Her research blends the study of memory, social movements, commemoration, identity, and visual and material culture.
Tentatively titled "Monuments to the Black Freedom Movement, ," her thesis explores the different processes of memorializing the history of civil rights on the Southern U. The design and interpretation at a monument has an impact on the ways that visitors interact and engage with that site's history. Maneka Deanna Brooks , Ph. Brooks earned her Ph.
What to Expect Paths to apply innovative research beyond what is popularly recognized as "innovative" — engaging in ways that identity can factor into multiple aspects of research. The Creative Brain takes audiences on a journey with neuroscientist and best-selling author, David Eagleman, to meet accomplished professionals from across the creative spectrum, unravel the creative process, and encourage all of us to be more creative.
What to Expect An encounter with accomplished professionals from across the creative spectrum and an exploration of the creative process. Paula Williamson Department of Biology pw04 txstate. Komogortsev earned his B. Komogortsev conducts research in eye tracking with a focus on cyber security biometrics , human computer interaction, usability, bioengineering, and health assessment.
This work has thus far yielded more than publications and several patents. In addition, his research is supported by the National Institute of Standards, Sigma Xi the Scientific Research Society, and various industrial sources. His current grand vision is to push forward eye movement-driven biometrics as person-recognition and health-assessment platforms in future virtual- and augmented-reality devices.
What to Expect Glimpses into the future of innovations in eye-movement technology. Susan Holtz Department of Physics susan. The all-day conference includes hands-on STEM activities, guest speakers, a keynote event, a poster session, and concurrent events. She has been honored for her significant technical contributions to NASA and to international space research, and recognized for her extensive community involvement.
In May , she received international recognition as recipient of the Reconocimiento Ohtli, awarded by the Mexican Government. Keynote Speaker Sarah Evans the founder of Well Aware, an Austin-based nonprofit organization that funds and implements clean water systems for impoverished communities in Africa.
In this event, professionals from a variety of fields will lead small groups of students in networking circle discussions. These discussions will focus on the importance of professional networking, career readiness and how to stage yourself for success in your chosen field. Elizabeth Kanon Department of Philosophy ek17 txstate. Roundtable and brainstorming for faculty only. After the presentations, faculty will be asked to brainstorm how they might include students in their own writing projects.
What to Expect Innovation in encouraging student scholarship. An exclusive look at game-changing technology created by our inspired student inventors, the lab features how our corporate partners are helping to take these new ideas to the marketplace. Texas State student research is solving real-world problems. What to Expect Texas State students shaping tomorrow.
From data detectives to cyber city analysts to augmented reality journey builders, these jobs are not science fiction — they are jobs your HR department will have to fill before very long. John Walters has been with Cognizant since September His primary focus has been business strategy, transformational outsourcing frameworks, and developing delivery models based on end-to-end business process as a service BPaaS models. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer science and economics from St.
Thomas University in St. Paul, Minnesota. Website » Cognizant: 21 Jobs of the Future What to Expect A glimpse into the future of career opportunities, particularly in areas of innovation. Katie Kapurch Department of English kk19 txstate. In this multimedia presentation, Dr. Kenneth Womack traces the life and times of George Martin as he remakes himself from a boy from the wrong side of the tracks into the most celebrated record producer of his day.
What to Expect A fresh exploration of The Beatles' music and their innovations in music production during the s. Strong as an acre of garlic Art Exhibition Monday, March 25, 9 a. Margo Handwerker Texas State Galleries mkh txstate.
This exhibition runs March 25 to April 19, Strong as an acre of garlic is an immersive installation by artist-designer Bryony Roberts that reflects on the lives of female ranchers in Texas. Operating in professions that foreground physical strength and endurance, women ranchers are creating complex articulations of femininity and transforming existing conventions related to riding, animal husbandry, and land management.
Roberts has gathered extensive research on their practices through interviews, ranch visits, and historical research. Inspired by these observations, Roberts has designed a multifaceted landscape of textiles and wooden structures that reference ranch houses and other support structures. Within, the structures contain immersive information about the ranchers interviewed and their experiences. What to Expect An intriguing and immersive reflection on the roles that technology plays in seemingly "natural" processes.
Opening Reception: Strong as an acre of garlic Monday, March 25, 5 — 6 p. Opening reception March 25, p. Tuesday, March 26, — p. The STEM-filled afternoon will offer exciting hands-on activities suitable for family members of all ages. Self-guided tours will showcase Ingram Hall's five floors, including research labs, maker spaces, high-tech classrooms, and collaborative learning spaces designed to support active discovery in science and engineering.
What to Expect Opportunities to explore Texas State's newest facility for fostering innovation. April Expand Event List. Julie Westerlund Department of Biology jw33 txstate. This exhibition runs April 1 to May 1, San Marcos artist Michael Hannon combines poetry, calligraphy and drawings into one piece.
In this tradition, to be a complete artist, one must master to varying degrees all three of these arts. Audiences can see Hannon's art working out of this idea, whether in books, paintings, or other works, such as pop-up cards. What to Expect Innovative artwork combining verse, calligraphy, and drawing. Strong as an acre of garlic Art Exhibition Monday, April 1, 9 a.
This workshop will offer hands-on video-editing experience using Adobe Premiere. You're encouraged to bring your inspiration and creativity to get started. Innovate in a new medium and learn skills that will create opportunities for creativity both in the classroom and in future careers. What to Expect Practice basic skills to start editing your own videos and combine content in new and creative ways. Each group will send the top-scoring doctoral student, top-scoring master's student, overall runner-up, and the people's choice winner to the University Final.
University Final Competition April 2 Awards at the University Final Competition are not categorized by master's or doctoral level, and include first place and runner-up awarded by judges and people's choice awarded by the audience. What to Expect Innovation in research and scholarship from Texas State's outstanding graduate students.
Millie Cordaro Department of Psychology mc71 txstate. The field of positive psychology emphasizes the importance of fostering one's strengths and resources to increase psychological well-being. Through this lens, we can build-up happiness, our sense of well-being and overall life satisfaction.
Creativity is one avenue for enhancing everyday life to create more satisfaction and fulfillment on a daily basis. The focus of this talk will be on defining creativity as a psychological character strength, the role of divergent thinking as a core feature of creativity, the psychological benefits of creativity including enhanced well-being, and simple strategies for implementing creativity to increase life satisfaction.
What to Expect A look at the role of creativity as a type of innovative and divergent mode of thinking and the benefits for psychological well-being. The performance weaves science, history, poetry and personal stories into music inspired by the land and the people who have walked upon it.
Music and story are accompanied by breathtaking video that captures the epic grandeur of the vast high desert wilderness. Texas State University student musicians will perform with Montopolis, doubling the musical talent onstage. Montopolis is an indie chamber music group from Austin, Texas, that performs the works of composer Justin Sherburn.
Their music folds country and folk idioms into modern classical arrangements with inventive instrumentation to create "stunning and transcendent" Austin Chronicle concerts. Their programs are audience-engaging, multi-media events that combine live music with video and interactive storytelling. Funded in part by the Texas Commission on the Arts.
This event is free and open to the public. No tickets or reserved spaces; seating on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at p. His work with this project was recently recognized with the prestigious Othl Award from the Mexican Government. Prior to moving to D. Rodriguez holds a bachelor of science degree from Texas State and received a Distinguished Alumni Award in ; he currently serves on the Alumni Board of Directors. What to Expect Innovative approaches to foster student success beyond the college classroom and into the careers awaiting beyond.
Conversations on innovation often highlight the newest, most exciting advances in technology that are ultimately inaccessible to already under-resourced communities. Furthermore, institutions that are directly detrimental to people have also been among the primary innovators to consider their economics.
Nonetheless, art allows us a space to communicate the ways we can imagine things differently. This exhibition includes a range of works from analogue installations to physical zines and digital art that engage the space with human-centered ideals. People First considers the fundamental drive to innovate but prioritizes the voices of all people.
What to Expect Innovative and imaginative approaches in multiple mediums, including both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works by students and local artists. It follows the familiar pattern of the 3DS Foundations course in learning by doing, guided by professional entrepreneurs and faculty.
Each student group will focus on a new or existing business idea and apply analytical techniques to visually examine the business opportunity from multiple dimensions. The program is intended for students who want to experience the excitement of assessing the potential of a new business idea and its market opportunity. The program begins at 6 p. The program is open to all Texas State students, at no charge.
You may apply either as a team or as an individual. This first-time program will be limited to 30 students. What to Expect Student opportunities in innovative entrepreneurship. It has become a Texas State University tradition — the largest service project on campus. It is also the second largest, one-day community service project in the state of Texas. The name itself symbolizes our goal of strengthening the bond between Texas State and the community of San Marcos.
Over the past 10 years, the event has grown in participation from approximately volunteers at 50 jobsites to 5, volunteers at over jobsites in the San Marcos community! What to Expect An opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to focus on the needs of the community surrounding Texas State.
Through campus collaboration and direct volunteer service, Bobcat Build bridges the gap between the campus community and the citizens of San Marcos Areas of Exploration Community Partners Website » Bobcat Build. This event provides a learning space for innovative careers in the music and entertainment industry.
Many students have expressed interest in learning more about start-up business centered on the music and entertainment industries, and this collaborative event aims to address those interests. Panel discussion with opportunities for audience members to ask questions. Conference runs April , The Undergraduate Research Conference provides a venue for students to present their Honors theses to the academic and university communities. Along with providing leadership development for students in presentation skills, the conference is a celebration of the culmination of students' self-driven academic projects.
Two and a half days of Honors thesis presentations followed by an undergraduate research poster session. Poster session open to all undergraduates. Submission deadline is Monday, March 25, Website Undergraduate Research Conference What to Expect Inspiration and the spirit of academic curiosity for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community. Poster Session The Undergraduate Research Conference provides a venue for students to present their Honors theses to the academic and university communities.
EdTech Conference Saturday, April 27, 9 a. The conference will be held at the College of Education on the San Marcos campus with sessions focused on the theme, "Play, Discover, Collaborate. All presentations will emphasize interactivity, best practices, classroom-relevant examples, and hands-on activities. The conference is free and attendees will receive CPE credit hours.
There will be free breakfast, snacks, and door prizes. What to Expect Opportunities to grow as innovative educators. Visit Alkek Library for a day of creativity and crafting: Get inspired by our wide variety of materials and project ideas.
Take a creative break before the semester gets busy. Meet other makers and crafting enthusiasts. Learn a new skill, and share your knowledge with others. Maker Day is open to everyone — drop in whenever you can and stay as long as you want. Craft supplies will be provided. What to Expect Opportunities to create with other Bobcats. May Expand Event List.
The Common Experience offers themed events, exhibitions, and performances throughout the year, including opportunities to interact with some of the world's leading voices.
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So hot wires send electricity from the power source to your appliance or load , and neutral wires return the electricity back to the power source if the current is imbalanced between the two hot wires. But what happens if there is an unexpected flow of electricity in the circuit? Ground wires provide alternate pathways for electricity to flow in the event of a breakdown in the circuit of hot and neutral wires that normally carry the current.
That alternate pathway diverts the electricity deep within the earth outside your home. They are only used in the event a ground fault. For instance, your house is struck by lightning. This would likely cause a ground fault. In this scenario, the ground wire would take that abnormal current of electricity produced by the lightning and send it into the earth.
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