Citizen Science and The Age of Disruption: Navigating, Innovating, and Excelling. Nov 12–14 Washington, DC

By November 8th, 2017 at 5:57 pm | Comment

Planning to attend the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities annual meeting? SciStarter’s founder, Darlene Cavalier will be there to speak about “Citizen science and crowd-sourcing among other options for universities to move forward and find new ways to collectively address societal challenges.”

11/12 1:45–3:00 p.m. Delaware Suite
The Knowledge Paradox: How Can Expertise Be Dead Amidst Ubiquitous Information?

The disparagement of expertise at a time of ubiquity of information is forcing universities and scholars to redefine their role as experts. Universities must engage more deeply and differently with society to co-create and diffuse knowledge. Citizen science and crowd-sourcing are among options for
universities to move forward and find new ways to collectively address societal challenges. Attendees will interact with panelists through both questions and electronic comments posted on a screen alongside the podium.

MODERATOR: Rush Holt , CEO, AAAS – The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

PANELISTS: Darlene Cavalier, Founder, SciStarter Professor, Arizona State University Center for Engagement and Training School for the Future of Innovation in Society at ASU

Dietram Scheufele, John E. Ross Professor in Science
Communication and Vilas Distinguished Achievement
Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison

http://www.aplu.org/meetings-and-events/annual-meeting/aplu-annual-meeting-2017-final-program.pdf

 

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