The Quiet Revolution: Facilitating International, Holistic, Service-Learning on Toxicologic, Physiologic Issues

Tuesday, December 15, 2009: 1:30 PM-4:50 PM
Room 206, Second Floor (Convention Center)
Florence Dunkel
Nancy E Beckage
1:30 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:50 PM
Setting the stage: What is the quiet revolution?
Florence Dunkel, Montana State University
2:10 PM
The quiet revolution within an entomology department: Virginia Tech
Richard Fell, Virginia Tech; Donald Mullins, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
2:30 PM
Expansive collaboration at a service learning university: part of the quiet revolution
Ashley Shams, University of St. Thomas; Sheena George, University of St. Thomas
2:50 PM
Language preparation for the quiet revolution: linguistics and the language of participatory, holistic process
Ada Giusti, Montana State University; Clifford Montagne, Montana State University; Ashley Shams, University of St. Thomas
3:05 PM
Action research: village-based, integrated malaria management
Pauline Powers-Peprah, Des Moines School of Medicine; Florence Dunkel, Montana State University
3:20 PM
3:35 PM
Action research: certified disease-free seed potatoes
Ernie Owens, University of St. Thomas; Susan Smith Cunnien, University of St. Thomas
3:50 PM
Initiating a quiet revolution to address issues of microbiology, toxicology, and physiology
Robert L. Gilbertson, University of California; Nancy E Beckage, University of California-Riverside
4:05 PM
Dancing across the gap: scientific knowledge and cultural wealth
Eric Chaikin, Sustainable Productions LLC; Richard Littlebear, Chief Dull Knife College; Florence Dunkel, Montana State University
5:00 PM
Concluding Remarks
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