T/A/D: Solving the World's Complex Problems
Our colleges have many touchpoints, histories of collaborative initiatives amongst many faculty, and tremendous potential for present and future research and curriculum development. We invite you to join us as we launch our second engagement opportunity in a series, around the rich areas of current and future collaborative opportunities amongst KGCOE and CLA faculty, staff, and programs.
Both KGCOE and CLA are deeply invested as leaders of T/A/D at RIT. A component of T/A/D that lies within KGCOE and CLA is “Solving the World's Complex Problems.” Our panel will represent faculty from both colleges who work in areas of complex world problems, as well as the technologies that support that people that work on them.
Evelyn Brister, CLA (Philosophy)
Sarah Brownell, KGCOE (Multidisciplinary Senior Design)
Jessica Hardin, CLA (Sociology and Anthropology)
Christine Keiner, CLA (Science, Technology, and Society)
Nathan Lee, CLA (Public Policy)
Dan Phillips, KGCOE (Electrical and Microelectronic Engineering)
Iris Rivero, KGCOE (Industrial and Systems Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Advanced Manufacturing)
Rob Stevens, KGCOE (Mechanical Engineering)
In-person capacity is 35, please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend in-person.
Seats will be on a first come first serve basis.
Interpreters provided upon request & subject to availability. To request interpreting services, go to MyAccess.rit.edu
When and Where
Open to the Public