For each session, up to 10 participants (faculty, staff, and students all equally welcome) from varying disciplines will come together and share time and resources. It is intended to be a conversation where you can gain perspectives on your practice from outside your own discipline, give insight to others, and find future collaborators.
Each session will be co-facilitated by a faculty member and one graduate student. We will meet in different buildings on the Temple campuses, coinciding with the department of the faculty member. Dinner will be provided! Any questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Distance between Student and Subject: Closeness and Identity-Building in Science & Technology
Co-facilitated by Dr. Meghnaa Tallapragada (Advertising & PR).
Weiss Hall 235
Musical Genre & Gender: Identity, Genre, (Mis)representation, and Appropriation
Co-facilitated by Dr. Shana Goldin-Perschbacher (Music).
Healing Landscapes: Reciprocal Care through Interaction with Land
Co-facilitated by Pauline Hurley-Kurtz & Kate Benisek (Landscape Architecture).
Note: there is a 45-minute transit time both to and from Ambler – transportation will be provided!