Research Matters Live: Building Effective Interdisciplinary Teams
Dorothy Carter, assistant professor, Dept. of Psychology
Larry Hornak, associate vice president for integrative team initiatives, Office of Research
Description: As the scale and complexity of research continues to grow, research is increasingly conducted by multi-disciplinary teams and larger groups rather than individual investigators. But interdisciplinary collaboration brings its own challenges that can impact a team’s progress in achieving its goals. How does a team-based approach to scholarship work? In this session, faculty will learn tips about establishing multi-disciplinary research teams, writing effective proposals for collaborative research, and managing a team’s activities once a project is under way.
Register for this session (limit 100 attendees)
Friday, August 28, 2020 at 11:00am