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Consumer Sciences Seminar: Technology's Role in Apparel Responsibility and Sustainability

Event Information

Investigating Technology's Role in Apparel Responsibility and Sustainability
Location: 
241 Campbell Hall, 1787 Neil Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43210
Dates: 
Friday, Sep. 22, 2017
Time: 
1-2:30 p.m.
Event Speaker: 
Lauren Reiter Copeland, Assistant Professor, Kent State University

The Consumer Sciences Seminar is a weekly series that faculty from Ohio State and other universities present the latest research and trends in consumer sciences. Speakers present cutting-edge research on a diverse and wide-ranging set of topics. Recent speakers discussed findings related to how individuals and couples shop, engage in precautionary financial or health behavior, take risks, interact with firms, and run businesses. Often the research analyzes how particular government policies affect what people choose to do.

On Sept. 22, the Consumer Sciences graduate program invites Lauren Reiter Copeland, assistant professor at Kent State University to present a lecture on Investigating Technology's Role in Apparel Responsibility and Sustainability.