2014 STARS Event
Thursday, September 18, 2014
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Science Center Auditorium, Room 114
STARS is an event sponsored by the Office for Research to showcase exciting advances in research and scholarship at UD, as well as to foster connections and collaboration among faculty, staff and professional researchers.
Julie Thompson Klein, Ph.D.
Faculty Fellow for Interdisciplinary Development in the Division of Research, and Professor of Humanities in the Department of English, Wayne State University.
Dr. Klein will present her keynote address titled "Drivers of Interdisciplinary Change: National Catalysts and Local Strategies."
“Board Diversity and Firm Value"
Carl R. Chen, Ph.D., Economics and Finance
“Of Local Fisticuffs and Knocked-Out Reputations: The Wider Ring of Florentine Renaissance Art”
Roger Crum, Ph.D., Art and Design
“Development and Evaluation of Alternative Aviation Fuels”
Matthew J. DeWitt, Ph.D., UDRI - Fuels Engineering Group
“Reaching the Bottom in Nanotechnology: Quantum Aspects of Nanoplasmonics.”
Joseph W. Haus, Ph.D., Electro-Optics
“Oh, What a Difference Color Imaging Can Make”
Keigo Hirakawa, Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering
“When Abused Employees Remain Silent: Effects of Assertiveness and Fear”
Christian Kiewitz, Ph.D., Management and Marketing
“A Critical Perspective on Children’s Rights”
Pamela Laufer-Ukeles, J.D., Law
“The Lilliputians of Environmental Regulation: On the Front-lines of Environmental Protection”
Michelle Pautz, Ph.D., Political Science
“Alzheimer’s Disease: The Silver Tsunami of the Twenty-First Century”
Amit Singh, Ph.D., Biology
“Sustained Attention: A Human Factors Problem”
Joel S. Warm, Ph.D., UDRI - Human Factors Group