In Naturally Beautiful: Uncovering Nature in the 19th-Century Home, Homewood Museum mines its impressive collection of decorative arts to explore how environmental factors shaped tastes and trends in home furnishings in the early American republic.
Dorry Segev, a professor of surgery and epidemiology and associate vice chair of surgery at Johns Hopkins University, will give a talk titled "COVID Vaccines and the Immunocompromised: Lessons Learned from a Study of 8,000 People We Never Met."
Notebook tools are particularly useful when you share your code and analysis with non-coders or non-R coders. RMarkdown can help you create interactive web document with text, code and results of executing that chunk of code all in one place.
Guest lecturer James A. Warren, director of the Materials Genome Program in the Material Measurement Laboratory of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, will give a talk titled, "The Materials Genome Initiative, Artificial Intelligence, and the Next 10 Years" for the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Materials Characterization and Processing.
Join master storyteller David Fakunle on how to employ the principles of storytelling as a tool for dissemination of research to effectively communicate science-backed practices and behaviors to a broader audience.
The Department of Sociology welcomes Asia Bento, a PhD candidate in sociology at Rice University, for a talk titled, "Cycles of Resilience: Residential Racial Segregation and Market-Solutions to Racial Economic Inequality."