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Karen Keifer-Boyd (she/her)
39:52
Welcome everyone! Today’s AERI event titled “Hyflex Pandemic Research: Living with Coronavirus” will be a conversation, not only between the 5 panelists, but also, importantly with you. Each panelist will say a few words about experiences of abrupt shifts to research in process to research visions, three days after the US Presidential Election. Each panelist will start the conversation with brief comments in this order: Alice Wexler, Doug Blandy, Flavia Bastos, Jennifer (Eisenhauer) Richardson, Karen Keifer-Boyd.
Karen Keifer-Boyd (she/her)
40:24
Then, from 1:20-1:40pm we will enter 2 breakout rooms to hear from you regarding:• How does the current situation (pandemic, US presidential election, climate crisis impacts, rise of White Supremacy, racial injustice, uncertainty, etc.) impact your research?
Karen Keifer-Boyd (she/her)
43:41
Weather by Rankine is incredibly powerful as well as Pulitzer Prize winning poet Jericho Brown’s poem about COVID: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/15/books/review/claudia-rankine-weather-poem-coronavirus.html
Flavia Bastos
44:13
www.whoisamerican.com
Amanda Martin-Hamon (she, her, hers)
54:44
https://forfreedoms.org/ "For Freedoms is an artist-led organization that models and increases creative civic engagement, discourse and direct action. We work with artists and organizations to center the voices of artists in public discourse, expand what participation in a democracy looks like, and reshape conversations about politics."
Karen Keifer-Boyd (she/her)
55:05
• How does the current situation (pandemic, US presidential election, climate crisis impacts, rise of White Supremacy, racial injustice, uncertainty, etc.) impact your research?
Mia Ruyter
01:14:56
please mute favia
Mary Hafeli
01:14:57
Please mute your mics—thanks.
Jorge Lucero
01:16:55
perhaps if we turn our cameras off?
Rachel Fendler (she,her)
01:17:32
I agree with Jorge. The bandwidth seems a bit stressed. Videos off in the main room may help
Melissa Leaym-Fernandez
01:17:52
Karen you will need to mute
Mia Ruyter
01:17:53
flavia is not muted
Jorge Lucero
01:18:30
that’s good
Karen Keifer-Boyd (she/her)
01:27:16
Xalli Zúñiga’s presentation of her research titled “To Draw is to Dance on the Skin ofPerception: Picturing Mycorrhizae as Systems of Care” begins at 02:48:59 on the recording timeline at https://tinyurl.com/GRAE2020
Karen Keifer-Boyd (she/her)
01:27:38
• What are some of the challenges you are experiencing in your own research given the current situation, and how are you or will you address the challenges?
Aaron Knochel
01:51:11
Vulnerable faculty: adjunct, tenure track, etc
Jeff Broome (he/him)
01:56:40
Thanks, Alice. Prior to the pandemic, Amy Kraehe (AERI Symposium Co-Chair) and I had identified graduate student mentoring as a new initiative for AERI to take on . . . to expand on and follow up the Pecha Kucha session with more individualized mentoring sessions for graduate students. Based on the comments today, I would think it might be wise for AERI to expand that thought (mentoring) for early career academics/new faculty as well. Finally, the next AERI session (11/20) is actually on “Mentoring for Graduate Students & Early Career Academics” . . . I will be bringing these questions to that group to extend this discussion. Thank you all for bringing this up!
Alice wexler
01:58:01
Thank you Jeff. Great plans in process
Doug Blandy (he, his, him)
01:59:12
Jeff, Thank you.
Alexandra Allen
01:59:26
Great to hear, Jeff!
Alice wexler
02:00:39
Before we run out of time, thank you Karen for organizing this important discussion.
Ryan Shin
02:01:00
Thank you all panel members! Wonderful to hear from you!!!
Jorge Lucero
02:01:19
Gotta run. Thanks everyone!
Emily Hood (she, her)
02:02:24
I have another meeting. Thank you everyone. I very much enjoyed the session.
Alexandra Allen
02:03:31
Thank you to all panel members! Great discussions! I have to scoot to another class but I look forward to the next session :)
Doug Blandy (he, his, him)
02:04:26
Yes, Karen thank you for bringing us to gather in this participatory way.
Tahmina Shayan
02:04:57
Thank you for this informative session! It was very nice to see the Penn State team! A big thank you to Karen :)
Melissa Leaym-Fernandez
02:04:59
Thanks everyone!! Such great ideas!!
Flavia Bastos
02:05:08
What a privilege to be here and be part of this dialogue.
Rachel Fendler (she,her)
02:05:30
Thanks to the panelists and to the discussants!
Flavia Bastos
02:05:49
KKB is simply inspiring! Great vision for this panel.
Mary Hafeli
02:06:04
Yes to KKB!
tosler
02:06:22
Thanks so much for this opportunity to gather together and share the challenges we are facing as researchers and educators…
Jeff Broome (he/him)
02:06:25
Gloria Wilson and Valeri Triggs are panelists as well for the final session
Jeff Broome (he/him)
02:06:46
All apologies for missing their names in my haste
Melissa Leaym-Fernandez
02:07:42
Yes, thank you so much Eunkyung!! That was exactly what I missed! :o)
Aaron Knochel
02:07:42
I’ve got another meeting. Thanks to presenters and all! Great discussion today
Melissa Leaym-Fernandez
02:08:26
Awesome Enid—Rock the 80s!!! Best to you!!
Alice wexler
02:08:41
Thank you Eunkyung for bringing up your situation