Date: Friday, April 10, 2020
Time: 11:45 AM - 01:15 PM
Location: Maxwell Hall
Categories: Office for Research and Economic Development
The Collaborative Arts Research Initiative (CARI) is an interdisciplinary, arts-focused research engine driven by the interests of faculty from across the University. By facilitating collaborations across disciplines, CARI maximizes the impact of faculty arts research, while enriching the University, local, and regional communities.
This speed networking session seeks to assist UA faculty interested in pursuing collaborative arts research. We invite UA faculty members from a wide range of disciplines to participate in a discussion of ongoing projects, potential funding sources, and next steps toward forming collaborative teams and structuring projects. We encourage faculty with active research projects as well as those with interest in future projects to participate in this networking opportunity.
Speed Networking is a fun and fast-paced way to bring together faculty researchers from different disciplines who otherwise might not meet. The goal is to provide a structured format in which researchers can explore new partnerships outside their usual group of collaborators, discuss research expertise, spark new approaches, and evaluate the potential for future collaboration.
What is Arts Research?
“Arts research includes humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences-driven research about and through the arts.” (a2ru Insights)
Registration: Due to the complexity of networking sessions, registration is requested by March 27, 2020. Faculty interested who are unable to attend the session should email Angie Shotts for additional information.
Contact Info: Angie Shotts, email@example.com, 2053488070