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Templeton Colloquium | Moving Things, Making Ideas: China-Inspired Objects and International Trade

February 23, 2024 China exported immense quantities of art across the globe in the early modern era, which made Chinese art highly influential in international design trends. The 2024 Templeton…

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Welcome and Introduction

Welcome by College of Letters and Science Dean Estella Atekwana. Introduction by GTI Founding Director Katharine Burnett.

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International Partnership Address, Willy Mutai, CEO, Tea Board of Kenya

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Is Green Tea Good For My Heart Health?

Richard S Bruno, Ph.D., R.D., Professor and Chair, Human Nutrition Program; Director, Bionutrition Core Laboratory, The Ohio State University. Introduced by Robert Hackman, Ph.D., Nutrition, UC…

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SITT 2023: Social office hours: all around conversations by Talitha van der Meulen

Students are not always sure what a professor’s office hours are for and may feel intimidated to come and ask questions directly to a professor. I offered more social office hours that included…

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Welcome and Introduction

College of Letters and Science Dean Atekwana GTI Founding Director Katharine Burnett

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Tea Extracts and their Value as Antivirals

Professor Sandra D. Adams, Biology, Montclair State University

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Industry Panel via Zoom with Q&A

Chair and TAC Member Marcus Wulf (HTH Hamburger Teehandel Gm H Im- & Export, Germany) and panelists: Robby Badruddin (KBP Chakra, Indonesia), Joyce W. Maina (Cambridge Tea Consultancy, England),…

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Making the Best of Pests: The Value of Bug-Bitten Tea and Barriers to its Spread

Dr. Eric Scott, Scientific Programmer & Educator, University ofArizona

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Tea in Modern American and Japanese History—Locating Economic, Cultural & Social ‘Value’

Professor Robert Hellyer, History, Wake Forest University

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Black Tea History: Roots of Wellness in the African Diaspora

Professor Stephanie Y. Evans, Institute for Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Georgia State University

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Closing Remarks

GTI Founding Director Katharine Burnett

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November DOLCE on redesigning office hours - Summary video by Dr. Andy Jones

A preview of “Redesigning Office Hours as an Accessible Learning Environment," a DOLCE talk by Design professor James Housefield. Please also review the full event recording.

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Sips & Bites: Exploring the World of Artisanal Tea

On December 15, 2021, we featured the Global Tea Initiative (GTI). It was established in 2015 to promote evidence-based knowledge about tea, the most consumed prepared beverage in the…

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Uniquely UC Davis: The Study of Tea Culture and Science

This Plugged In event, Uniquely UC Davis: The Study of Tea Culture and Science, featuring campus leaders Dr. Katharine Burnett, Dr. Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, Dr. Jim Brown and Dean Estella Atekwana,…

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Tea Tables in Harlot's Progress

Bethany Qualls, PhD candidate in English Literature takes us on a tour of engravings involving tea tables from the 18th British text by William Hogarth, "A Harlot's Progress". From…

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