In The Library

The “In The Library” series creates a partnership with academic and cultural literature as it explores various publications. Publications may be from peer reviewed articles, academic journals or even social media. This series aims to create healthy dialogue that addresses the many personal and social issues experienced by society. For each event, a facilitator will be selected to guide the discussion. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to engage with the selection before each event in order to bring a dynamic view to the conversation. For more information, contact William Britto.

Protective Behavioral Strategies While Drinking: Do They Protect Against Sexual Victimization And Is This Protection Gendered?
Postposed
Virtual Programming
Dr. Leah Daigle, department of criminal justice and criminology

The specific ways in which college students may be able to avoid the negative consequences of excessive drinking as they relate to sexual victimization have not been fully explored. Dr. Daigle examines whether using protective behavioral strategies reduces the risk of sexual victimization for both male and female college students and whether this relationship is moderated by alcohol use.

School Quality and the Vulnerability of the Black Middle-Class:The Continuing Significance of Race as a Predictor of Disparate Schooling Environments
Postposed
Virtual Programming
Dr. Tomeka Davis, department of sociology

Dr. Davis will explore the ways in which race remains an obstacle for educational equity among Black students of various socio-economic statues.