Each semester, FSAD offers seminars on topics important to our teaching and research.  The typical audience consists of graduate students, academic staff and faculty, however these seminars are open to the general public.  Seminars are usually held on Wednesdays from 12:20 - 1:10 PM in T01 Human Ecology Building, unless otherwise noted.  Refreshments re served at noon.  For more information, contact Karen Steffy at 607-255-8605.

Spring 2019

 

date speaker
January 23 Prof. Tamer Uyar, FSAD, Cornell University
January 30 Dr. Qinghua Xu, FSAD, Cornell University
February 6 No seminar
February 13 Myles B. C. Gideon, Office of Research Integrity and Assurance, Cornell University
Conducting Ethical and Responsible Research: Spotlight on Data Reproducibility and Plagiarism
February 20 Blaine Harvey, Mohawk Fabrics
Mohawk Fabric Company: From High-Risk to High-Value Supplier
February 27 Dr. Jessamyn Hatcher, NYU
Twenty-One Dresses
March 6 Prof. Cindy Hsin-Liu Kao, DEA, Cornell University
March 13 Prof. Jay Yoo, Baylor University
Understanding Fashion Opinions behind Sustainable Textile Consumption: Fashion Marketing Implications
March 20 TBA
March 27 Dr. Laurie Lange, FSAD MS ’11, PhD ’14, IKEA
The Earl Peters Speaker
April 3 Spring Break
April 10 Jessa Krick, Associate Director of Collections, Historic Hudson Valley
Interpreting Slavery at Historic Hudson Valley: The Site Experience and Beyond
April 17 Prof. Guowen Song, Iowa State University
A New Approach for Functional Textiles and Protective Clothing
April 24 Prof. Renzo Shamey, NCSU
May 1 Prof. Ben Barry, Ryerson University
Can Fashion End Toxic Masculinity?