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2016
Wednesday, October 26th
10:00 AM

Not Just Fun and Games: The Social and Political Significance of “Recreational” Genetics

Alondra Nelson, Columbia University

Royal Brougham Pavilion

10:00 AM

1:00 PM

23andMe and YOU: What Can You Learn from Your Genome (and Do You Really Want to Know?)

Jenny Tenlen, Seattle Pacific University
Derek Wood, Seattle Pacific University

Otto Miller Hall 128

1:00 PM

Black Bricoleurs: Double-Consciousness and the (Re)Inscription of Race in the African-American Experience

Max Hunter, Seattle Pacific University

Weter 202

1:00 PM

Boy Troubles and Troubled Boys: Depictions of Male Literacy Practices in Award-Winning Picture Books

Kris Gritter, Seattle Pacific University

Cremona 201

1:00 PM

China: Ancient History, Modern Nation

Doug Downing, Seattle Pacific University
Zhiguo Ye, Seattle Pacific University

McKenna 117

1:00 PM

Common Learning Every Day: The American Heritage of Popular (Public and Private P-12) Schooling

Greg Fritzberg, Seattle Pacific University
Dick Scheuerman, Seattle Pacific University

Weter 201

1:00 PM

“Crafting” the Past: Writing Your Story as a Means of Empowerment

Cami Freeman, Seattle Pacific University
Dyana Herron, Seattle Pacific University

Cremona 203

1:00 PM

Del Campo: Immigrant Stories

Alexia Estrada, Seattle Pacific University
Adriana Mendez, Seattle Pacific University
Kevin Neuhouser, Seattle Pacific University

Otto Miller Hall 139

1:00 PM

Doing Family History (I): Genealogy without Documentation is Mythology

Carrie Fry, Seattle Pacific University
Leah Hannaford, Seattle Pacific University

Cremona 101

1:00 PM

Doing Family History (II): From My Roots to My Story

Bill Woodward, Seattle Pacific University
Tina Woodward

Cremona 102

1:00 PM

Engaging the Culture and Changing the World for 125 Years

Adrienne Meier, Seattle Pacific University

Bertona 1

1:00 PM

Faith and Financing Reparations

Randy Beavers, Seattle Pacific University

McKenna 118

1:00 PM

Healing the Mistrust within Social Systems

Devin McCabe, Seattle Pacific University

Bertona 4

1:00 PM

Homelessness, Education, and the JK Foundation

Hee-Sun Cheon, Seattle Pacific University
Jean Kim
Jaeil Lee, Seattle Pacific University

Bertona 6

1:00 PM

Learning in Ice Hotels and P-Patches: The Classroom as a Generative, Collaborative Community

Kara Gray, Seattle Pacific University
Lane Seeley, Seattle Pacific University

Otto Miller Hall 119

1:00 PM

Panel Discussion by Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)

Janet Bester-Meredith, Seattle Pacific University
Cara Wall-Scheffler, Seattle Pacific University

Eaton Hall 112

1:00 PM

Rooted in ORCA – Stance for Embracing Diversity

Scott Edwards, Seattle Pacific University
Claudia Grauf-Grounds, Seattle Pacific University
Kenneth Jaimes, Seattle Pacific University
Don McDonald, Seattle Pacific University

Otto Miller Hall 127

1:00 PM

The Genealogy of All Life: The Tree of Life and the Image of God

Ben McFarland, Seattle Pacific University

Otto Miller Hall 118

1:00 PM

Tracing American Catholicism: From Archbishop John Carroll to Vice President Joe Biden

Brad Murg, Seattle Pacific University

McKenna 111

1:00 PM

‘We are Homeless, not Helpless’: Voices from Inside a Tent Encampment

Jennifer McKinney, Seattle Pacific University
Karen Snedker, Seattle Pacific University

Bertona 3

1:00 PM

What we bring to the stories we tell – how framing influences journalists and other storytellers

Peg Achterman, Seattle Pacific University
Mike Baker, Seattle Times
Linda Byron, KING-Television
Damme Getachew, The Seattle Globalist
Susan Okamoto Lane, Seattle Pacific University
Bryan Tucker

Otto Miller Hall 109

1:00 PM

Working through Discomfort of White Fragility through the Comfort of the Gospel

Dana Kendall, Seattle Pacific University

Cremona 202

1:00 PM

3:30 PM

Talk back with Dr. Alondra Nelson

Alondra Nelson, Columbia University

Demaray 150

3:30 PM - 4:20 PM

7:00 PM

Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and the Common Good

Miroslav Volf, Yale Center for Faith & Culture

Upper Gwinn Commons

7:00 PM