Visualizing Research: Using Photography and Video for Proposal Development and Communicating Science
In an effort to foster new collaborations and research teams across campus, NEXUS and the VP of Research Office present monthly interdisciplinary Research Roundtables that center around a topic that is of interest to a broad range of disciplines.
“Visualizing Research: Using Photography and Video for Proposal Development and Communicating Science”
Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Gardner Commons room 2675
Discussion will be led by:
Award-winning, long-format documentary film maker & Adjunct Professor in the Film and Media Department
Assistant Professor in Photography and Digital Imaging in the Art Department
Research Roundtables are hosted by NEXUS in Gardner Commons. Refreshments provided. Please register here.
Research Roundtables are supported by the Research Development Office & the Office of Foundation Relations. They are meant to:
1. catalyze faculty exploration of interdisciplinary research topics,
2. discuss strategies to advance research ideas, and
3. explore potential federal and non-federal funders for interdisciplinary research.
Please suggest future topics! My suggestions for a future Research Roundtable.