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Assistant Professor of Marketing and Neuromarketing,
Allegheny CollegeWednesday, March 3 at 7 pm
“Human-Robot Interaction: a Neuromarketing Perspective”
Advances in technology, tech-savvy consumers, and the new challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic are urging retailers to innovate and enhance the customer experience. In this setting, the application of service robots is rapidly spreading across several store types, from grocery stores to luxury ones, performing more complex tasks and interacting with customers.
Retailers are striving to identify the right balance between robot and human sales assistants, while at the same time wondering how robots can affect in-store consumer behavior. Through a neuro-scientific approach, this study evaluates the degree of immersion of human-human vs. robot-human in-store interactions across the stages of the selling process and how this affects store visit length.
(Part of the Karl W. Weiss ’87 Faculty Lecture Series)
Assistant Professor of Psychology,
Allegheny CollegeWednesday, April 7 at 7 pm
“Building Bridges: Bringing Rural Mental Health to the Classroom Through Community-Engaged Learning”
The foundation of a liberal arts education is to teach not only broad knowledge and practical skills, but also personal and civic responsibility and integrative learning. Community-engaged learning (CEL) is a pedagogical tool that can be used to help meet this lofty mission. In this talk, Dr. Lauren Paulson will review the results of her mixed-methods action research that examined the impact of CEL in a rural community on undergraduate students enrolled in a clinical psychology course and on community partners.
On behalf of the Allegheny College Athletics Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Action Committee, please join us for an alumni town hall to celebrate the 35th Annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Six of our Gator alumnae, with graduation years ranging from 1995 to 2019, shared their academic and athletic experiences as a Gator and where that has led them today.
Emily Forner ’19 (Cross Country and Track & Field) — A national champion distance runner in the indoor 3,000-meter run for the Gators, Emily is now running professionally for the Greenville Track Club Elite in South Carolina.
Gabby Curtis ’15 (Women’s Soccer) — A goalkeeper and former women’s soccer team captain, Gabby has been working in Silicon Valley since graduating, and currently serves as a security policy communications manager for Facebook.
Britni Mohney ’11 (Women’s Basketball) — A member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and women’s basketball team captain, Britni has experience at the collegiate level as an assistant coach and head coach for cross country, track and field and women’s basketball. She is currently the head women’s basketball coach at Division III Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport.
Dr. Emily Deering Crosby ’06 (Women’s Lacrosse) — A four-time all-region and all-NCAC selection and former NCAC Newcomer and Defensive Player of the Year, Emily was inducted into the Allegheny Athletics Hall of Fame in 2019. After receiving her PhD from the University of Pittsburgh, she is currently an assistant professor at the University of Mary Washington in Virginia.
Amy Schuckert-Seago ’99 (Women’s Cross Country and Track & Field) — An 11-time NCAC champion and former All-American runner for the Gators, Amy was named to the NCAC All-Decade team and was inducted into the Allegheny Athletics Hall of Fame in 2013. She has served as the head cross country and track & field coach at Division I College of Charleston for the past 18 years.
Jen Firek FitzPatrick ’95 (Women’s Lacrosse) — A founding member of the first varsity lacrosse team at Allegheny, Jen played a crucial role in the sport being elevated from club status, while also working the department toward compliance with Title IX. She has spent her professional career in education, first in college admissions and now at the high school level as a college counselor and lacrosse coach.
(Sponsored by the Department of Athletics and Recreation)
Assistant Professor of Computer Science,
Allegheny CollegeWednesday, Feb. 3, 2021
“The Idea Becomes a Machine That Makes the Art”
Recording coming soon!
This session offered a set of proposals in favor of strengthening the development and understanding of generative art as a formal branch of the Digital Humanities. Reframing the practice as a form of “critical engineering” (following Julian Oliver, Gordan Savičić, Danja Vasiliev’s 2010 “Critical Engineering Manifesto”), this approach shifts the act of computational “making” toward becoming an ethical act which understands and takes responsibility for its sources, methods, and outcomes.
(Part of the Karl W. Weiss ’87 Faculty Lecture Series)
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