Videos

NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EXONERATIONS

A Year in Exonerations – May 29, 2018
A review of the National Registry of Exoneration‘s first year at the University of California, Irvine that focused on how the Registry has been used for Research, Counting, Learning, Communicating and Advocacy.

Speakers included Kelly Loudenberg, Director of the acclaimed Netflix series The Confession Tapes and Bruce Lisker, who was exonerated in 2009 after serving 24 years in prison for murder.

Welcome Celebration- March 17, 2017
UCI Newkirk Center for Science and Society welcomes the arrival of the National Registry of Exonerations.  Speakers included Barry Scheck, Innocence Project, and Franky Carrillo, Exoneree.

2017-18 NEWKIRK GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOW PRESENTATIONS

Melissa Barragan, Department of Criminology, Law & Society/School of Social Ecology
An mixed methods study of local gun violence dynamics in two California cities
Kimberly Duong, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering/School of Engineering
Fighting drought one lawn at a time

Samantha C. Leigh
, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology/School of Biological Sciences
Omnivorous predators: Seagrass digestion in Bonnethead shark

David Liu
, School of Education
Imagining a future of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for Latinas in the community

Kayleigh C. Perkov
, Department of Visual Studies/School of Humanities
Giving form to feedback: Craft and technology circa 1968-1974
Mike D. Schneider, Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science, School of Social Sciences
Models of homophily and diversity in scientific collaborations

WATCH ALL OF THEM HERE

IMPROVING WATER QUALITY IN GREATER NEWPORT HARBOR
November 9, 2017

Improving Water Quality and Coastal Care in Greater Newport Harbor
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoBJfKlBSo91ZH2vn3MJP1KZbWx2w876L

Improving Water Quality-Welcome
https://youtu.be/pyl0YldD9Vc

OC Water Quality Report–Monica Mazur
https://youtu.be/WfI6l6SiT3I

Current State of Greater Newport Harbor-Dave Webb
https://youtu.be/bs4NdSG00Js

Newport Beach Solutions to Water Quality Issues-Robert Stein
https://youtu.be/d4t5KWVY7-Y
Future Solutions for Water Quality-UCI Oceans
https://youtu.be/XVGPypG_hsU


2016-17 NEWKIRK GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOW PRESENTATIONS

Alyssa Braciszewski, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology,
Relatedness and differential disease resistance in abalone (genus Haliotis)
Brooke Jenkins, Department of Psychology and Social Behavior,
Creating and evaluating an empirically-based intervention to alter previously identified adult behaviors that influence child postoperative distress

Pernilla Johansson
, Department of Political Science,
Constructing better partnerships: Analyzing practices of civil society peacebuilders

Daniella McCahey
, Department of History,
Extreme environments and the production of scientific knowledge

Edith Medina
, Department of Planning, Policy and Design,
Addressing the housing issues of low-income families and immigrants in Los Angeles: Challenges to collaboration and coordination among non-profit organizations and public interest law organizations

Daniel Winkler
, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology,
Working together to find the source: molecular genetics unites with land managers and the public to stop a highly invasive species

WATCH ALL OF THEM  HERE


RETRACTIONS, REPLICATIONS AND REPRODUCIBILITY:
Changes in Scientific Knowledge Production and Communication

Michael Rose, UC Irvine Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, “Hierarchies of Replication Necessary for Life Sciencing”

Ivan Oransky, Retraction Watch and New York University, “Retractions, Post-Publication Peer Review, and Fraud: Scientific Publishing’s Wild West”

Steven Ward, Western Connecticut State University Social Sciences, “Hurried and Harried Science: Producing Knowledge in the Neoliberal Age of Mercantilization and Performativity”

Brittany Fiore-Gartland, eScience Institute and University of Washington, “Culture, Context, and Communication: An Ethnographic Lens on the Challenges of Reproducibility in Data Science”

Simine Vazire, UC Davis Psychology, “When Should We be Skeptical of Scientific Claims?”


2015-16 NEWKIRK GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOW PRESENTATIONS

Chasing Science: The New Politics of Knowledge Production
A panel presentation by the 2015-2016 Newkirk Fellows

Elizabeth Reddy, UC Department of Anthropology, “Instabilities: Mexican Earth and Expertise”
Erin Evans, UCI Department of Sociology, “Taking Root: Animal Advocacy and the Regulation of Science”
Stephen Slota, UCI Department of Informatics, “Troubling the Sciences: Infrastructure, Change and Policy”


TOWARD A SUSTAINABLE 21ST CENTURY SERIES

The “Toward a Sustainable 21st Century” series is an initiative of a foundation of global reach and a research university to do together more than they can do separately on significant unsolved problems of global society in the areas of marine resources conservation, and threats to ecosystem and environmental health caused by toxic chemicals and the absence of effective governance structures which promote sustainability.

For the entire list of videos & information from “Toward A Sustainable 21st Century” conference series, please go to: http://socialecology.uci.edu/pages/toward-sustainable-21st-century-past-symposiums


OTHER EVENTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT

Community Based Science in the Arctic- Jan 31, 2015, part of the UCI Arctic Governance Symposium
Elizabeth Mendenhall, John Hopkins University, USA, “Social Understandings of the Arctic Domain”
Arn Keeling, Memorial University, Canada, “Aboriginal Communities and the Environmental Legacies of Extractive Development in the Arctic”
May-Britt Oehman, Uppsala University, Sweden, “Supradisciplinary conversations on security, safety, and resilience in the river valleys of Sabme – land of Sami”
Peter Skold, Umea University, Sweden, “Salience, Stakeholders and Sustainabilities – Perspectives from Arctic Research in Sweden”


LIMITS 2015-2016

Computing with Limits Public Discussion – December 3, 2015
Featuring Simon Cole, Director, Newkirk Center for Science and Society
Barath Raghavan, International Computer Science Institute, Berkeley
Bill Tomlinson, UC Irvine
Don Patterson, Westmont College, Santa Barbara
Daniel Pargman, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
Bonnie Nardi, UC Irvine
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ISSUES IN SCIENCE COMMUNICATION SERIES

Race, Biological Causation, & Science Communication conference- October 10, 2014
Welcome by Simon Cole
Jay Kaufman, McGill University, “The Use of Negative Controls in the Genetic Epidemiology of Racial Disparities”
Jonathan Kahn, Hamline School of Law, “Race, Law and Neuroscience: Some Explicit Problems with Implicit Bias”
Sally Lehrman, Santa Clara University, “Taking Up The Cry: When Genetics, Race,
and News Print Meet”
Aaron Panofsky, UCLA, “How “Unscientific” Ideas about Race Contribute to the Scientific Authority of Behavior Genetics”


FORENSIC SCIENCE SERIES/OTHER SCIENCE, CRIME AND LAW

‘The House of Murder’ The Christie Investigation and the Making of English CSI with Ian Burney, Ph.D. – November 23, 2015
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“Presumed Guilty: An extraordinary story of injustice, survival and hope on America’s death row” featuring Juan Melendez, Death Row Exoneree- March 11, 2015
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Science to Fight Injustice Series: Stopping the Usual Suspects and Then Some: Police, Race, and the Moving Boundaries of Search- January 30, 2014
Speaker: Dr. Jeffrey A. Fagan of Columbia Law School in New York City, New York
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Rap on Trial- January 22, 2014
Video- Dr. Charis Kubrin- “For Every Rhyme I Write, It’s 25 to Life”
Video- Dr. Sohail Daulatzai- “At Lady Justice, I Blaze Nine”
Video- Dean Erwin Chemerinski- “My Freedom of Speech is Freedom or Death”
Video- Rap on Trial Q&A

Fall Seminar Series
Post 9/11: Science, Policy & Law
A look at intelligence gathering, interrogation techniques, national security preparedness, and civil liberties.

October 4, 2011: Interrogations, Confessions, Coping
January 18, 2011: Civil Liberties and Legal Implications

WEBCAST of October 4th Event: Click here
WEBCAST of January 18th Event: Click here