UPDATE: The ASRC is working to modify this event in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. We will contact registrants with updates.
Scientists today are charged to simultaneously address a growing demand for technological advances and an expanding list of threats to our planet and humanity. Solutions to these challenges will not be realized within siloed areas of research, but through the kinds of dynamic, innovative thought produced when researchers work across disciplines.
Converge to Transform is a two-day symposium designed to engage the CUNY community and key stakeholders in the vital task of shaping the future of our interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary, and convergence research programs for the public good. The event will feature:
Keynotes and research talks:
- Tamera Schneider, Ph.D., Vice Chancellor for Research, CUNY
- Cutler Cleveland, Ph.D., Associate Director, Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy
- Molly Stevens, Ph.D., Director of Biomedical Materials Science, Imperial College of London’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering
- Michael Young, Ph.D., Vice President of Academic Affairs, Rockefeller University
- CUNY science faculty impact area talks:
- Urban Environmental Impacts Across Kingdoms
- Hacking Biology to Advance Medicine
- Making Energy Sustainable
- Best Practices for STEM Collaborations
- Transdisciplinary Research Funding and Publication: Understanding the Opportunities
- Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Considerations for Collaborating
- How Do We Succeed at Team Science, led by Linda Vigdor, Ph.D., Associate Director for Proposal Development, CUNY ASRC
The full symposium schedule will be posted soon. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
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