Event Title

“The Gesture of Thinking:” What Undergraduate Research in the Humanities and Sciences Can Learn from the Performing Arts

Presentation Type

Keynote

Location

Student Union, Key West Ballroom

Start Date

26-9-2008 1:30 PM

End Date

26-9-2008 2:45 PM

Description/Abstract

JENNIFER BLACKMER is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Theatre & Dance at Ball State University where she teaches playwriting, script analysis, theatre history and directing. Her most recent play The Human Faustus Project explores the ethics of genetic selection and manipulation. This work was written in collaboration with fifteen undergraduates at the Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry. It premiered at Ball State in November 2007. Jennifer Blackmer will discuss her work with undergraduate researchers, highlighting The Human Faustus Project during the seminar at UCF. For her complete profile please visit www.researchsymposium.ucf.edu/bio.php .

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Sep 26th, 1:30 PM Sep 26th, 2:45 PM

“The Gesture of Thinking:” What Undergraduate Research in the Humanities and Sciences Can Learn from the Performing Arts

Student Union, Key West Ballroom

JENNIFER BLACKMER is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Theatre & Dance at Ball State University where she teaches playwriting, script analysis, theatre history and directing. Her most recent play The Human Faustus Project explores the ethics of genetic selection and manipulation. This work was written in collaboration with fifteen undergraduates at the Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry. It premiered at Ball State in November 2007. Jennifer Blackmer will discuss her work with undergraduate researchers, highlighting The Human Faustus Project during the seminar at UCF. For her complete profile please visit www.researchsymposium.ucf.edu/bio.php .