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Videos

4/2/19 - Danesha Carley - NC State CERSA

3/26/19 - Anna Whitfield - Biotech control strategies for vector-borne viruses

3/19/19 - Teshanee Williams - Using Stories to Examine Influence in Decision Making

3/5/19 - Aditi Mankad - Social Science and SynBio [Part 1]

3/5/19 - Aditi Mankad - Social Science and SynBio [Part 2]

2/26/19 - Khara Grieger - Climate Change and Risk Governance of Geoengineering

2/19/19 - Jason Delborne - NASEM Forest Biotech Study

2/12/19 - Natalie Kofler - Editing Nature

2/5/19 - Jennifer Kuzma - Regulating Gene-Edited Crops

1/22/19 - Ramon Leon - Weeds and Herbicide Resistant Crops

1/15/19 - Qian Xu - GMOs and Chinese Social Media

12/4/18 - Helena Feder - Frankenstein at 200: Science and the novel

11/6/18 - Stephen Briggs - Plant Sciences Initiative

10/30/18 - Kelly Nelson - Biofuels Policy and Innovation Spillovers

10/9 - [Part 1] FAKE NEWS! Zika and GMOs on Social Media

10/9 - [Part 2] FAKE NEWS! Zika and GMOs on Social Media

10/2/18 -[Part 1] Misinformation regarding Zika and GMOs on Social Media

10/2/18 -[Part 2] Misinformation regarding Zika and GMOs on Social Media

9/25/18 - From GMOs to Big Data: The curious disappearance of food politics

9/11/18 - Community Engagement in Field Trials of GM Mosquitoes

9/4/18 - Can CRISPR Displace Pesticides? Paul Vincelli, UK

8/24/18 - GES Colloquium: Fall Intro

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All colloquia are live-streamed and open to the public, unless specifically noted.

Fall 2018 Colloquium Intro (lunch from Neomonde)

Paul Vincelli – ‘Can CRISPR Displace Crop Pesticides?’

David Resnik – ‘Community engagement in field trials of genetically modified mosquitoes’

Justin Biddle – “Antiscience Zealotry?” Values, Epistemic Risk, and the GMO Debate

Kelly Bronson – ‘From GMOs to big data: the curious disappearance of food politics’

Christopher Cummings – ‘Vaccine Attitudes and Misperceptions’

Shi Chen – ‘Fake News: GMOs and Zika’

Allan Hruska – Fall Armyworm: Towards Sustainable Management by Smallholders in Africa

Fred Gould – Introducing AgBioFEWS

Kelly Nelson – Biofuels Policy and Innovation Spillovers: Evidence from Patent Indicators

Plant Sciences Initiative: Accelerating Discovery and Innovation

Darby Orcutt – Scholarly Identity for an Interdisciplinary and Engaged Career

Katie Barnhill-Dilling & Dalton George – Responsible Research & Innovation in Action: Tales from the Front Lines

Michael Lanier – ‘Impact of GM Crops on Small-Scale Farmers’

Frankenstein at 200: Science and the novel

Spring Colloquium Intro (lunch from Neomonde)

GES Colloquium | Qian Xu – User Engagement in Public Discourse on GMOs

GES Colloquium | Ramon Leon – Weeds and Herbicide Resistant Crops: When Optimism Backfires

GES Colloquium | Fred Gould: AgBioFEWS Potential Paths Forward – Crowdsourcing Input from the GES Community

GES Colloquium | Jennifer Kuzma – Regulating Gene-Edited Crops

GES Colloquium | Natalie Kofler – Editing Nature: Governance hurdles and ethical holes

GES Colloquium | Jason Delborne: The Potential for Biotechnology to Address Forest Health

GES Colloquium | Khara Grieger – Governance Strategies for Emerging Risks of Solar Radiation Management

GES Colloquium | Aditi Mankad – Social Science and Synthetic Biology: Maximising Impact

GES Colloquium | Teshanee Williams – Using Cognitive Story Structures to Examine Influence in the Regulatory Review Process

GES Colloquium | Anna Whitfield – Exploiting the specificity of virus-vector interactions for new disease control strategies

GES Colloquium | Danesha Carley, NC State’s New Center for Excellence in Regulatory Science in Agriculture

GES Colloquium | Emily Pechar – Beyond Political Ideology: Attitudes Towards Government and Corporations on Trust in Science

GES Colloquium | Ross Sozzani and Cranos Williams on RiseEnAg for Systems Engineering and Agriculture

GES Colloquium | Lisa M. Rasmussen – What WWII Scabies Experiments Teach Us About Unregulated Research

 

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About

GES Colloquium meets weekly on Tuesdays at 12pm in the 1911 Building, Room 129. All are welcome to attend, but those wishing to receive 1 credit for attending should register for GES 591-002.

Videos and/or slides from Colloquium will be posted here weekly. We encourage you to sign up for the GES Updates newsletter to get regular colloquium announcements!

We welcome scholars and experts at all career stages, with a range of opinions, perspectives, and disciplines. Consider signing up to practice an important conference talk, share a piece of your thesis research, or introduce yourself to the GES Community. We also welcome nominations for speakers from campus or beyond.

Please contact Jason Delborne, GES Colloquium Coordinator, with any questions, concerns, or suggestions at jadelbor@ncsu.edu.

 Speakers are asked to complete this form at least three weeks in advance of their scheduled talk.

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