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Development of Seventh-day Adventist Theology
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Development of Seventh-day Adventist Theology

Denis Kaiser

This course deals with the origin and subsequent modification of characteristic Seventh-day Adventist teachings.
Forensic Science, Death, and the Public: Towards Effective and Compassionate Communication
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Forensic Science, Death, and the Public: Towards Effective and Compassionate Communication

Elizabeth DiGangi discusses engagement with the families of the Northern Arapaho tribe who were buried at the Carlisle Indian Industrial…
Can We
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Can We “Kickstart” Science?

Melissa Wilson Sayres discusses platforms used for crowd-funding science and her lab's successful crowd-funding campaign. At AAPA 2018.
Being Black and Doing Black Research: Methods for Recruiting and Retaining African-Americans in a Bio-Cultural Health Study
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Being Black and Doing Black Research: Methods for Recruiting and Retaining African-Americans in a Bio-Cultural Health Study

Julius Doyle discusses methods to recruit and retain African Americans in scientific research. At AAPA 2018.
An Imperfect Science: Lessons for Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue & Public Advocacy from the March for Science Boston
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An Imperfect Science: Lessons for Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue & Public Advocacy from the March for Science Boston

Elizabeth Crocker uses the March for Science Boston as a case study to explore public science engagement and advocacy. At…
An Evolving National Conversation on Human Evolution
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An Evolving National Conversation on Human Evolution

Rick Potts discusses taking the Smithsonian's Human Origins exhibit on the road to 19 local libraries in the U.S in…
Reclaiming African American Ancestries for Research, Identity Construction, and Memorialization
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Reclaiming African American Ancestries for Research, Identity Construction, and Memorialization

Dr. Fatimah Jackson discusses the Cobb Research Laboratory's goal of securing African American ancestral remains for research, identification, and memorialization.…
Politics of Collaborative Research with Indigenous Communities: Moving Beyond the Framework of Community Engagement
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Politics of Collaborative Research with Indigenous Communities: Moving Beyond the Framework of Community Engagement

Alyssa Bader and Savannah Martin discuss pushing beyond the framework of community engagement to continue challenging the colonial foundations of…
Moving Forward with NAGPRA: From Basic Implementation to Ethical Engagement and Collaborative Reciprocity
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Moving Forward with NAGPRA: From Basic Implementation to Ethical Engagement and Collaborative Reciprocity

Jayne-Leigh Thomas discusses NAGPRA and research that is mutually beneficial and allows for participatory investigation. At AAPA 2018.
Acknowledging Worldviews: A Proactive Strategy for Engagement with Science
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Acknowledging Worldviews: A Proactive Strategy for Engagement with Science

Constance Bertka discusses a Cultural and Religious Sensitivity teaching resource for AP biology that acknowledges potential controversies, encourages respect, and…