University of Maryland to Host Part Two of Partnerships in the Social Sciences Workshop
The University of Maryland and UIDP, in collaboration with COSSA, the National Science Foundation, MITRE, the Optimal Solutions Group, SAGE Publishing, and the Federation of Associations in the Behavioral and Brain Sciences, will be hosting the second part of the Workshop on U-I Partnerships in the Social Sciences (see previous coverage for more details). This in-person workshop, which is a continuation of the events held virtually on October 14, 2021, will bring together “a group of experts and leaders from academia, industry, and government to consider how academic-corporate partnerships can advance social, behavioral, and organizational science research to positively impact science and society.” A few agenda highlights include:
- Assessing the Impact of Interdisciplinary Approaches in Academic-Industry Collaboration
- Leader Development: Insights and Opportunities that Cross Industry and Academia
- Experiential Learning: Lessons from Private, Public, and Non-profit Partnerships
This event will be held on April 20-21, 2022 at The Hotel at the University of Maryland. More information on registration for this event can be found here.
This article was contributed by COSSA’s Spring Intern Sofi Cavenaile of the University of Texas, San Antonio.