ArizonaLEND Seminar: Leadership and Research

Fri, 01/29/2016 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm

 

Leadership and Research

(Cristina Castaneda and Jennifer Andrews)

Leadership:

·         Civil Rights, Ethics and Work Practices

http://www.ted.com/talks/sheryl_sandberg_why_we_have_too_few_women_leaders

·         Medical Interpretation: A Bridge for Communicating

·         Small Group Discussion/Practice

 

Research:

·         Latent vs. Observed Variables

o    What is a latent variable

o    What is an observed variable

o    Key elements in definitions

o    Observed variables used to measure latent variables

o     Nature/Nurture

o    Journal Club #2 (Two Fellows contribute seminal or emerging research; 20 minutes per person)

§  Contributing Fellow presents a 3-5 minute overview of the article

§  Fellows meet in small groups for 5 minutes to discuss the article

§  Large group discussion about article strengths and weaknesses and the “takeaway”

Readings:        

1)     Title VI: Civil Rights Act: LEP FAQ at:

http://www.lep.gov/faqs/faqs.html#Four_title_VI_Regs_FAQ

2)     Journal Club Article(s) (TBD)

Event Location: 
1501 N. Campbell Avenue. AHSC (Arizona Health Sciences Center), Room 3230
Event Category: 
Seminar
Faculty Presenter: 
Cristina Castaneda-Elkins, LL.M
Teaser Title: 
Leadership and Research
Faculty Presenter Temp: 
Cristina Castaneda-Elkins, LL.M; Jennifer Andrews, MBA