All faculty and graduate students are invited to this interactive seminar where participants will not only share their experiences with international and interdisciplinary research collaborations, but will learn how to expand their network, develop a new idea, and create and lead their new network. Stay for the duration, or as your schedule permits!
Interactive discussion will cover particular topics such as:
- Leading vs. following
- Alternative options when implementation of an idea fails
- How to handle the unexpected surprises
- Real-life examples
1:30-2:00pm Interactive Discussion: Design of research collaborations
2:00-2:30pm Implementation of a successful collaboration using real-life examples
2:30-3:00pm Q&A, Networking
Dr. Michael Radin, Associate Professor of Mathematics, College of Science, with his passion for research collaboration, will serve as facilitator.
Co-sponsored by RIT's Honors Program and Faculty Career Development in the Innovative Learning Institute.