Upcoming Cells to Society Workshops and Seminars

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On behalf of Chris Callahan, Hans Estrin, and Andrew May, please join us for the upcoming Cells to Society events.

Out of the Box Workshops

These 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.

Thursday, October 27, 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. – This topic will be a follow-up to the September 15th seminar featuring the USDA-ARS Food Systems Research Unit and UVM Food Systems Research Center. No registration is required. Click here to join the meeting.

Cells to Society Seminar

Thursday, November 10, 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. – Our speakers will provide short talks on the theme of Economics, Business and Sustainability. No registration is required. Click here to join this meeting.

  1. The Progress Illusion: Reclaiming Our Future from the Fairytale of Economics – David Blittersdorf Professor of Sustainability Science and Policy Jon D. Erickson, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.
  2. Intersections of Sustainability Innovation and Business -Graduate Programs Director Dr. Kim Nolan, The Sustainable Innovation MBA, UVM Grossman School of Business.

Thursday, December 8, 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. – Our speakers will provide short talks on the theme of nutrition. Click here to join the meeting.

  1. What is EFNEP anyway? – Vermont State EFNEP Coordinator Maire Folan.
  2. Dairy Fat: Not So Bad After All – Department of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Associate Professor Jana Kraft.

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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