Interdisciplinary Conversations Hour

The Interdisciplinary Conversation Hour is an IPAC sponsored activity that is designed to provide interested individuals with an opportunity to talk informally with faculty and staff on campus who are engaged in distinctive interdisciplinary pursuits. Each event in this series will feature an invited guest. The guest may, for example, be the director of an interdisciplinary program, a distinguished scholar, or an innovative teacher. The hour is, indeed, intended to be conversational in nature. Slide shows will be discouraged. The script will be: introductions around the table (5 minutes); introduction of the invited guest (5 minutes); short set of remarks by the guest about their interdisciplinary work (5 minutes); informal discussion (15 minutes); fixed format Q&A between the host and the guest (10 minutes); informal discussion (20 minutes).


Fall 2013 Schedule

Please click on each Interdisciplinary Conversation Hour event link that you wish to attend.  PLEASE NOTE - Seating is limited.
  • Topic:  TBA  | TBA  | 4pm - 5 pm | IPAC Conference Room | 220 Campus Center  Featured Guest:  TBA Registration Link

Previous Events:

Check out our previous topics:
October 30, 2013 - TOPIC:  Audio Design and Production, Guest Speaker:  Daniel Wood Link
September 26, 2013 - Topic:  Research on Ethics in the Borderland between our Vitual World and our Real World with a focus on Human Flesh Search and Crowd Sourcing, Featured Guest:  Christopher Harris, Human Computer Interaction Program
April 25, 2013 - Topic:  Women's Studies, Guest Speaker:  Mary McCune  Link
March 28, 2013 - Topic:, Guest Speaker:  Ulises Mejias  Link
February 28, 2013 - Topic Digital Humanities, Guest Speaker:  Dave Vampola  Link