When Disciplines Collide

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March 3, 2021
1:00PM - 2:00PM
Location
Virtual on Zoom

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Add to Calendar 2021-03-03 13:00:00 2021-03-03 14:00:00 When Disciplines Collide A panel on interdisciplinary collaboration and communication Join us to learn more about the benefits and training for interdisciplinary collaborations. This series of discussions is based on the experiences of teams of researchers working on an NSF-Advancing Informal STEM Learning Project: Convergent Learning from Divergent Perspectives. In the first panel discussion, researchers who have participated in an informal learning program to foster interdisciplinary collaboration around a theme will discuss how this project has influenced their approaches to teamwork and communicating with the public.   Who Ohio State faculty, staff, postdocs and graduate students When Wednesday March 3rd at 1:00PM Where Virtual on Zoom   Panelists Theodore Chao, Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning Jordan Clark, Assistant Professor, Civil Environmental and Geodetic Engineering Scott Demyan, Assistant Professor, School of Environment and Natural Resources Tom Dugdale, Department of Theatre Leonard Sparks, Consultant, Education and Communication Training Alvaro Montenegro, Associate Professor, Department of Geography Michael Rayo, Assistant Professor, Department of Integrated Systems Engineering Mary Rodriguez, Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership Katherine Walton, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology Amber Woodburn McNair, Assistant Professor, Department of City and Regional Planning   Moderated by Justin Meyer, Research Associate, Center for Science and Industry (COSI) Virtual on Zoom The STEAM Factory at The Ohio State University steamfactory@osu.edu America/New_York public
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A panel on interdisciplinary collaboration and communication

Join us to learn more about the benefits and training for interdisciplinary collaborations. This series of discussions is based on the experiences of teams of researchers working on an NSF-Advancing Informal STEM Learning Project: Convergent Learning from Divergent Perspectives. In the first panel discussion, researchers who have participated in an informal learning program to foster interdisciplinary collaboration around a theme will discuss how this project has influenced their approaches to teamwork and communicating with the public.

 

Who
Ohio State faculty, staff, postdocs and graduate students

When
Wednesday March 3rd at 1:00PM

Where
Virtual on Zoom

 

Panelists

Theodore Chao, Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning

Jordan Clark, Assistant Professor, Civil Environmental and Geodetic Engineering

Scott Demyan, Assistant Professor, School of Environment and Natural Resources

Tom Dugdale, Department of Theatre

Leonard Sparks, Consultant, Education and Communication Training

Alvaro Montenegro, Associate Professor, Department of Geography

Michael Rayo, Assistant Professor, Department of Integrated Systems Engineering

Mary Rodriguez, Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership

Katherine Walton, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology

Amber Woodburn McNair, Assistant Professor, Department of City and Regional Planning
 

Moderated by
Justin Meyer, Research Associate, Center for Science and Industry (COSI)

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