Brown Bag Seminar Series
The Brown Bag Seminar Series creates a forum for the presentation and discussion of current research in many fields: Business, Communications, Health, Psychology, and many other persuasive communication topics. Below are the past Brownbag Seminar Series.
Winter 2003 Brownbag Seminar Series:
- Jan 31: "Changing Brand and Company Stereotypes"
Zeynep Gurhan(University of Michigan, School of Business)
- March 7: "Nagging as a National Policy: Women Argue Against U.S. Women's Right to Vote, 1870-1920"
Alisse Theodore (University of Michigan, Department of English Language and Literature)
- March 21: "When Identity Engenders Action"
- April 4: "Implicit Motives and Persuasive Communications"
Oliver Schultheiss (University of Michigan, Department of Psychology)
Winter 2002 Brownbag Seminar Series:
- January 18: "Research on Public Health Communications"
- February 1L "The Construction and Retrieval of Evaluative Judgments: A Resolution of Competing Perspectives"
- February 15:
Professor Nick Valentino (University of Michigan, Department of Communications)
- March 8: "Enhancing Voter Competence"
- March 22: "Aging, Cognition, and Persuasion"
Professor Carolyn Yoon (University of Michigan, School of Business)
- April 12: "Attitude Construction: Context Effects versus Persuasive Appeals"