SAFIRE: Staff and Faculty Innovation & Research Exhibition
Beneficial-Hodson Library and Learning Commons
For some recordings of this year's event, check out the links below!
This new exhibition showcased the breadth of research and creativity achieved by Hood College faculty and staff. (For the 2023 program, click here)
SAFIRE served as a venue for faculty and staff to disseminate ideas, knowledge, theories, research projects, and recent developments in various academic disciplines.
Recorded Presentations are hyperlinked below. (Recordings linked through Hood's Blackboard system--will require sign-on)
Storytelling through Different Lenses
- Katie Robiadek: Fanciful Union: State and Nation on Hobbes’s Emblematic Engraved Title Page for Leviathan (1651)
- Yewande Oladeinde: The Black Mamas Building Bridges (BMBB): Developing Community Partnerships with a Local Health Department to Improve Maternal and Infant Health Outcomes
- Christy Graybeal & Tricia Strickland: The Dangers of KISSing and Other Mnemonic Devices
- Nathan Reese: Assessing Student Learning at Hood
- Atiya R. Smith: Supporting Graduate Students of Color Attending PWI
Advocacy in Action
- Amy Kilpatrick: Just Keep Meeting: Parental Expectations for Satisfying IEP Team Meetings
- Tanith Fowler Corsi & April Boulton: Ambassadors, Mentors and Moguls: Leveraging a Graduate Student Workforce for Creative Marketing Solutions
- Erik Messinger & Shannon Shoemaker: Exploring the Mental Health Needs of Families of Volunteer First Responders: Considerations for Counselors
- Kathryn Ryberg: ChatGPT: Apocalypse or Renaissance for Science and Creativity?
- Heather Mitchell-Buck: 'We fight for roses, too': The 2022 Lincoln Mystery Plays
- Chaz Martinsen: Strange Terrain
- Mary Atwell: JSTOR Hood College Digital Photograph Collection
The Politics of Difference
- Ryan Safner: Honor Among Thieves: How 19th Century American Pirate Publishers Simulated Copyright Protection
- Yankuo Qiao: COVID-19 Pandemic, Anti-Asian Hate Crimes, and East Asian Analyst Forecast Quality
- Tina Barr: CLEAR: A Re-entry Story (Does not include copyrighted material. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for acccess)
We look forward to seeing you in 2024!