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Professional Development Resources: Videos - Faculty Research & Other Presentations

Guide to assist Central Penn staff and faculty to find useful resources for their ongoing professional development

About the Videos pages

This page contains videos of faculty presentations, either of their research (Faculty Research Colloquium) or on topics of general/historical interest.  We will try to record all future presentations, however not all past presentations have been recorded.

Please see the Videos - Department Spotlights page of this guide for those videos, the Videos - General Topics page for topics relating to professional development of staff or faculty, and the Videos - CTE Sessions for Faculty page for videos of sessions designed specifically for faculty.

Faculty Research Colloquium Videos

Navigating the Borders of American Identity: Willard Bean, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and the Quest for Acceptance, 1890-1920, Dr. Brant Ellsworth, August 7, 2019


The Social Media Echo Chamber, Paul Miller, February 6, 2019


Connecting Culture to Content: Topics in Ethnomathematics, Megan Rehm, December 5, 2018


The Haunted Hero: The Performance of Trauma in Jessica Jones, Dr. Melissa Wehler, August 8, 2018


Media Representation: Women, Work, and World War II, Judith Dutill, June 13, 2018


Faculty Topical Presentations Videos

JFK Assassination...55 Years Later, John DeLeo, November 7, 2018


The Fist: Race, Black Power, and the ’68 Olympics, Faculty Panel Discussion, October 24, 2018