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Mountain Lion Research Day

The Ninth Annual Mountain Lion Research Day is coming!

December 1, 2017 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. UCCS Gallogly Events Center and Berger Hall This event is open to all UCCS students, faculty, and staff.


Registration is open to present your creative works or research at Mountain Lion Research Day on Friday, December 1st, 2017.

  • Presentations will be from 8:30-12:00 (Gallogly)
  • Luncheon from 11:30-1:00 (Berger)
  • Keynote Speaker: Dr. Allison Friederichs - 12:00-1:00 (Berger)
    "How the Adult Brain Learns: Implications for More Impactful Communication"

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 10, 2017

This is the Ninth Annual Mountain Lion Research Day! We hope you will be a part of it! Register on Eventbrite for the luncheon or for poster/project presentations - https://mountainlionresearchday2017.eventbrite.com On the Eventbrite page please RSVP via the "Register" button if you will have a poster/project presentation at Mountain Lion Research Day and/or you are attending the luncheon. The tickets for the poster/project registration and the luncheon are free. Luncheon RSVP deadline is November 10, 2017.

If you are unable to use Eventbrite to register, the Registration/Abstract Submission Form can also be found by following the below link. 

The 2017 Registration/Abstract Submission Form can also be found here


Keynote Speaker: Dr. Allison Friederichs

"How the Adult Brain Learns: Implications for More Impactful Communication" The emerging field of neuroandragogy offers fascinating insights into the intersection of neuroscience and andragogy (the theory of adult learning). In this interactive presentation, Dr. Friedrichs explores neuroandragogical concepts to illustrate what we know about how the adult brain learns, and offers three tips for utilizing that knowledge to craft more impactful communication with others.


Graduate TA Workshop: Dr. Allison Friederichs

"How the Adult Brain Learns: Implications for More Impactful Teaching" In this interactive presentation and workshop, Dr. Friedrichs builds on the neuroandragogical concepts explored in her lunch keynote to examine implications of those concepts for effective teaching. Dr. Friedrichs will lead a workshop so to provide participants the opportunity to apply these newly acquired concepts to their own teaching practice.

Mountain Lion Research Day Pictures



Past Abstract Books


The 2014 abstract book

The 2015 abstract book

The 2016 abstract book

 
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