Upcoming Cells to Society Events-September 2023

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On behalf of Chris Callahan, Hans Estrin, and Andrew May, please join us for the upcoming Cells to Society events. No registration is required.

Out of the Box Workshop

Thursday, October 19, 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. – We will have a special Out of the Box Session entitled, “Flooding Response: Lessons Learned and Future Work at UVM.” Click this link to join the meeting.

This dedicated session will be geared around what we might have learned organizationally about responding to the recent flooding, and to seek collaborative and organizational improvements to better prepare for future events.

Our co-conveners will be:

Out of the Box Workshops provide time and semi-structured space to cultivate, through chance and intention, creative and innovative project ideas and solutions needed to address real and complex problems facing our times. Please complete this short form to help us create the small group interest areas and guiding prompts.

Cells to Society Seminar

Thursday, November 9, 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. – Our speakers will provide short talks on the theme of Communications. Click here to join the meeting.

  1. Movement Media: The Communication Strategies of Social Justice Movements – Dr. Benjamin Dangl, lecturer of Public Communication and Journalism, Community Development and Applied Economics.
  2. Beyond KPIs: Visualizing Data for Womens Health Equity – Sarah Williamson, lecturer, Community Development and Applied Economics.

Thursday, December 7, 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. – Our speakers will provide short talks on the theme of Social Sustainability. Click here to join the meeting.

Speakers and titles to be announced.

You can always find the seminar schedule, webinar link, and recordings of past seminars at http://go.uvm.edu/cells2societyseminar

Also, we are always looking for more ideas for themes and topics at http://go.uvm.edu/cells2societyideas

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