Class Listing

The Arts

Bryan House Renewed: History, Art, and Antiques
Katie Chattin, Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art

A Sentimental (Jazz) Journey With Doris Day
Mark Chilla, Radio and Television Services

From Dixie to Swing: Traditional Styles Anchoring Jazz's Mainstream
Tom Hustad (emeritus), Kelley School of Business

The Art of Costume Design and Keeping the Drama on the Stage
Linda Pisano, Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance

Mies van der Rohe at Indiana University
Adam Thies, Capital Planning and Facilities
Jon Racek, Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design

Business, Computing, and Technology

The Millennial Imposter: Understanding and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome Among Millennials
Carolyn Goerner, Kelley School of Business

Data Governance: Why Privacy Concerns Are Not a Red Herring
Angie Raymond, Kelley School of Business

Securing the Internet of Things
Scott Shackelford, Kelley School of Business

Using Machine Learning to Improve Speech Perception in Noise
Donald Williamson, Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering

Math, Sports, and Sports Gambling
Wayne Winston, Kelley School of Business

Domestic Issues

Food Insecurity Among Older Adults in Rural Indiana
Angela Babb, Ostrom Workshop

Some Economics of the Seven Deadly Sins (and Perhaps Happiness)
Gerhard Glomm, Department of Economics

And That’s 20/20: The Presidential Election, the Parties, and the Future of American Politics
Marjorie Hershey (emeritus), Department of Political Science

Failed Promises: Environmental Injustice in the United States
David Konisky, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Ethical Dilemmas: You Decide
Mark Levin, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Education, Health, and Human Development

2+2=4 Jumping Jacks: Movement Integration Trends in Today’s Schools
Donetta Cothran, Department of Kinesiology

Impact: the Cultural Significance of the Kinsey Institute’s Art, Artifact, and Photography Collections
Rebecca Fasman, Kinsey Institute

Coal, Public Health, and Climate Change
Michael Hendryx, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health

Vaping: The Latest on a Rapidly Evolving Public Health Issue
Jon Macy, School of Public Health

Dietary and Exercise Strategies to Offset the Burden of Advancing Age
Stephen Carter, Department of Kinesiology

Humanities

Are Crows Really Smarter Than Seven-Year-Old Children? Folklore and Animal Science
Brandon Barker, Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology

True Crime Before Podcasts
Wendy Gamber, Department of History

Hitchcock in the 1940s: Moving to Hollywood, Reflecting on War
John Schilb (emeritus), Department of English

Echoes of Titanic in Memory and Popular Culture
Cynthia Smith, Department of English

The “Evil Fruit” of Evolution: Why There Are Still Creationists in 21st-Century America
Carl Weinberg, Department of History

International Affairs

The Ten Greatest Espionage Cases of the Last 100 Years
Gene Coyle (emeritus), O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Why Pilgrimage Now: Retracing the Paths of Medieval Pilgrims in the Modern World
Shannon Gayk, Department of English

Hong Kong: An Impediment to China’s Global Expansion
Gerry Hays, Kelley School of Business

A Global Perspective on Images Published on the Front Pages of International Newspapers
Christine Von Der Haar, Department of Sociology

Science

Wrong Half the Time and Still Getting Paid: How Weather Forecasting Works
Cody Kirkpatrick, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Psychedelic Drugs: Myth, Magic, or Medicine?
Bruce Martin, IU School of Medicine

The Eyes Have It
Todd Peabody, School of Optometry

Black Holes Big and Small
Caty Pilachowski, Department of Astronomy

Pleased to Meet Me: Genes, Germs, and the Curious Forces that Make Us Who We Are
Bill Sullivan, IU School of Medicine