Co-hosted Seminars

Please see below for seminars that the BHRI has co-hosted with various departments, institutes and initiatives at Kent State as well as with our partner institutions.

Co-hosted Seminars 2020-2021

 

September 10, 2020

Mentoring Our Students (and Ourselves) in a Global Crisis - A Mental Bandwidth Perspective

Tina Bhargava, PhD, Department of Social and Behavioral Science, Kent State University

Co-hosted with Healthy Communities Research Initiative

 

October 22, 2020

The Science of Mindfulness and Meditation - An invitation to the practice

Mary Ann Raghanti, PhD, Department of Anthropology, Kent State University

Melissa Celko, Kent State of Wellness, Kent State University

Co-hosted with Healthy Communities Research Initiative

 

 

 

February 11, 2021

Initial and Sustained Psychological Distress During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Joel Hughes, PhD, Professor of Psychological Sciences, Kent State University

Co-hosted with Healthy Communities Research Initiative

 

 

 

March 11, 2021

The initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on physical activity, sedentary behavior, and bodyweight across a university campus

Jacob Barkley, PhD, Professor of Exercise Science, School of Health Sciences, Kent State University

Co-hosted with Healthy Communities Research Initiative

 

 

 

Co-hosted Seminars 2019-2020

 

September 20, 2019

Insulin, fertility, and the brain

Jennifer Hill, PhD, University of Toledo

Co-hosted with the Department of Biological Sciences, Kent State University

 

December 5, 2020

How Science can Help: Fostering Connection in a Fractured World

Jamil Zaki, PhD, Stanford University and Mary Dozier, PhD, University of Delaware

Co-hosted with the Department of Psychological Sciences, Kent State University

 

November 22, 2019

Jack Sprat and His Wife: Disordered Eating and the Continuum from Anorexia through Obesity

Stephen Sondike, MD, Akron Children's Hospital

Co-hosted with the Department of Psychological Sciences, Kent State University

 

January 22, 2020

Tinkering in the Lab

John Bickle, PhD, Departments of Philosophy and Psychology, Mississippi State University, Department of Neurobiology and Anatomical Sciences, University of Mississippi Medical Center

Co-hosted with the Department of Philosophy, Kent State University