Virtual GALILEO-W Conference: Collaboration among Change-makers – May 2
Posted by Arcadia University on April 21, 2020
Virtual GALILEO-W Conference 2020: Collaboration Among Change-makers, April 17th – May 1st 2020
Our conference site houses video collections from our poster presenters, workshop session leaders, community organizations, and professional panels. Explore these videos, and submit questions now to win prizes, and tune in live on May 2nd as our presenters answer your questions, as well as discuss, with their co-presenters, how they may answer those questions across the disciplines and how we could work together towards solutions.
This is an open, free virtual experience that requires no log in, registration, or information to be able to participate.
*Anyone who submits a question will automatically be entered into our raffle to win prizes, that we will mail.
Check out our virtual conference here: https://scholarworks.arcadia.edu/galileo/
So many exciting and wonderful experiences to explore! For example:
Student Panel “Our Most Pressing Challenges,” This panel has representatives from different degree programs from Arcadia University’s graduate programs, coming together to discuss what they see as the largest issue facing their profession in today’s world today and what other groups they may need to work with for success to occur.
“Professional/Alumni Panel “”The Surprising Places to Find Partnerships”” This panel highlights where professionals in the field and our alumni have found valuable and maybe surprising places of collaboration within and outside of their discipline and the lessons we can take from these partnerships.
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