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Brown Bag: Graduate Student Award Winner Panel

December 5, 2019 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Join The Holtz Center for lunch and hear about some of the exciting student work recently supported by the center. Lunch will be served.


Siddharth Menon (Geography)
2018-2020 Top-Up Fellowship Winner

Siddharth Menon is a PhD student in Geography with overlapping interests in urban geography, critical development studies, political ecology and STS. His research analyzes the uneven geographies of cement/concrete construction in a rapidly urbanizing India.

Patrick Walsh (History)
2019-2021 Top-Up Fellowship Winner

Patrick Walsh is a historian of modern biology. His current project examines the life and work of nineteenth-century French physiologist Charles Brown-Séquard, who is famous (and infamous) for his unconventional experiments on blood, nerves, glands and gonads. Brown-Séquard’s work provides an insight into how biological “life” was articulated, navigated and then defined in the nineteenth century, and how this elusive concept was translated into technologies of the body. Walsh’s project tracks how the concept of “life” changes with time, and how it persists as an ongoing intellectual issue in contemporary scientific debates.

Christopher Wirz (Life Sciences Communication)
2019 Summer Scholar

Chris Wirz is interested in the public opinion, (social) media discourse, and networks involved in the communication of controversial science, health, and risk-related topics. He is also interested in the dynamics surrounding stakeholder communication about science- and risk-related issues, especially when these interactions involve different types of expertise and power.


Graduate Student Panel Brown Bag Poster


December 5, 2019
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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