Food Systems Seminar- Building Successful Interdisciplinary Systems Projects
Building Successful Interdisciplinary Systems Projects
As the mandates and opportunities increase for researchers to participate in large, complex systems projects, it can be useful to learn more about the challenges these efforts pose, and how they've been handled by other collaborations. This interactive lecture will describe a dozen "ingredients of success" for interdisciplinary research teams, and illustrate each with examples from an extensive seven-year project on food security in the Northeast United States.
Wed, Jan 31 - 11am-12:30pm
Columbus - Smith Lab 3150
Wooster – 206 Thorne Hall
Kate Clancy is a food systems consultant, visiting scholar at the Center for a Livable Future Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, adjunct professor at Tufts University, and senior fellow in the Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, University of Minnesota. She has published, taught, spoken and consulted widely on sustainable agriculture and food systems with government agencies, universities, and nonprofits around the country.