Using 3D printing to fight COVID-19. Addressing the coronavirus among vulnerable populations. Caring for patients during a crisis. Responding to the pandemic as a stoic.
These are among the topics Wright State University faculty members will address during the weekly SiP (Shelter in Place) Lecture Series. All presentations in the series are open to Wright State students, faculty and staff, as well as the public.
Organized by the Wright State Faculty Senate, the SiP Lecture Series feature presentations on timely topics from Wright State faculty experts. The lecture series is an effort to build and promote Wright State’s academic community during a time of physical distancing.
Laura Luehrmann, professor of political science and president of the Faculty Senate, said an average of 85 people have logged on to watch each presentation live since the series began in early April. The Faculty Senate plans to continue the series as long as interest continues, Luehrmann said.
Next four SiP lectures:
SiP #4: Friday, May 1, 3 to 4 p.m.: “Additive Manufacturing and How 3D Printing is Fighting COVID-19,” by Joy Gockel, Ahsan Mian and Raghavan Srinivasan, Mechanical and Materials Engineering. Watch live at: bit.ly/sipwright4.
SiP #5: Thursday, May 7, 4 to 5 p.m.: “Addressing COVID-19 Among Vulnerable Populations,” by Sydney Silverstein, Tim Crawford, Naila Khalil, Jo Ann Ford, Nicole Kinzeler and Cristina Redko, Population and Public Health Sciences. Watch live at: bit.ly/sipwright5.
SiP #6: Friday, May 15, 3 to 4 p.m.: “Crisis Standards of Care,” by Sherry Farra, College of Nursing and Health. Watch live at: bit.ly/sipwright6.
SiP #7: Thursday, May 21, 4 to 5 p.m.: “Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Proper Stoic Fashion,” by William Irvine, Philosophy. Watch live at: bit.ly/sipwright7.