Research Advisory Group Meeting - January 2024

Research Advisory Group Meeting (RAG) - January 2024

Celebrating University Research Across the Enterprise (CURATE) was featured at the January RAG meeting. The event, held January 22, 2024 in the Grand Ballroom of the Gatton Student Center, shared work funded by the Office of the Vice President for Research from colleges including Arts and Sciences, Business and Economics, Communication and Information, Design, Education, Fine Arts, Law, Social Work, The Graduate School and UK Libraries.

Sylvie Garneau-Tsodikova, Associate Vice President for Research

Program Introduction
Rae Goodwin, Committee Chair, Associate Dean for Research/Creative Activity, College of Fine Arts

Habanera for Woodwind Trio from “Aires Tropical” by Paquito D'Rivera, The Maribo Trio Performance, Faculty Reed Trio of the School of Music (also Pre-Program)

  • ToniMarie Marchioni, Associate Professor of Oboe, College of Fine Arts

  • Allison Nicotera, Assistant Professor of Bassoon, College of Fine Arts

  • Scott Wright, Associate Professor of Clarinet, College of Fine Arts

Introduction: Kopana Terry, Librarian IV, Special Collections Research Center, UK Libraries

  • Ruth Adams, Professor of Photography, Director of the School of Art and Visual Studies, College of Fine Arts, CURATE funding 2017-18 and 2018-19, “Conversations with the Ancestors”

  • Doug Boyd, Professor of Oral History and Technology, Director of the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, UK Libraries, CURATE funding 2023-24, “Indexing Together: Using OHMS to Engage Community”

  • Brandi N. Frisby, Professor in the School of Information Science and Acting Dean, College of Communication and Information, CURATE funding 2018-19, “Incorporating Virtual Reality into the Classroom: Student and Faculty Perspectives and Outcomes”

  • Aria S. Halliday, Associate Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies/African American & Africana Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, CURATE funding 2021-22, “Building a Black Girl Digital Archive”

  • SK O'Brien, Assistant Professor of Product Design, College of Design, CURATE funding 2022-23, “Manufacturing and Design in Kentucky: Kentucky Historical Archives Research”

Introduction: Annelise Russell, Assistant Professor, Martin School of Public Policy and Public Administration, The Graduate School

  • Felipe Benguria, Associate Professor of Economics, Gatton College of Business and Economics, CURATE funding 2023-24, “Perspectives on the U.S.-China Trade War”  

  • Jennifer Bird-Pollan, Judge William T. Lafferty Professor of Law, J. David Rosenberg College of Law, CURATE funding 2022-23 and 2017-18, “Redistribution in the U.S. Tax and Transfer System”

  • Taha Hameduddin, Assistant Professor, Martin School of Public Policy and Administration, The Graduate School, CURATE funding 2023-24, “What Matters Most? Examining Self-selection into Public Service Jobs and Its Implications for Workforce Diversity”

Introduction: Emily Mokros, Associate Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences

  • Laura Darolia, Associate Professor of Elementary Social Studies Education and Joni Meade, Clinical Instructor of Elementary Education, College of Education, CURATE funding 2020-21, “Give and Take: A Summer Reciprocal Learning Experience with Local Refugee Children and Elementary Preservice Teachers”

  • Natalie D. Pope, Associate Professor of Social Work, College of Social Work, CURATE funding 2021-22, “Exploring the Experiences of Family Caregivers in Young Adulthood”

Modular Synthesizers & Field Recordings Performance (also Post-Program)
Introduction: Rae Goodwin

  • Timothy Moyers, Assistant Professor of Electroacoustic/Computer Music, School of Music, College of Fine Arts

Final Remarks
Lisa Cassis, Vice President for Research

Photos by Jeremy Blackburn, Research Communications. Email to request photos.