"Seeing through Different Eyes": A Series of Conversations, Spring 2008
"Seeing Through Different Eyes"
Spring 2008 Series
Following a Fall Semester Series on Risk-Taking, the Social Science Center and the Center for Science in Society at Bryn Mawr College are co-sponsoring a series of conversations in spring 2008 called "Seeing Through Different Eyes." Every other Tuesday from 1-2, in Dalton 212E, several faculty and staff members will talk about the various dimensions opened up for them by viewing the world, its problems (and some of its solutions?) through a different set of lenses. Bring your lunch and come join the discussion; drinks and dessert provided.
1/29 Mike Hill (Director of Public Safety and Transportation)
and David Ross (Economics), Balancing Safety and Freedom
2/12 Amanda Root (Empowering Learners Partnership)
and Steve Green (Public Safety and Transportation)
Do you believe the hype?
2/19 Jerry Berenson (Chief Administrative Officer) and
Kim Cassidy (Provost), When the Vision is Administrative
3/4 Betsy Reese (Map Curator and GIS Coordinator)
and Darla Attardi (Coordinator of Staff Education)
Re-mapping The Space and Re-envisioning the Place that is Bryn Mawr
3/18 Janet Scannell and Elliott Shore (Information Services),
Re-envisioning Bryn Mawr's Technology for the 21st Century
4/1 Laura Blankenship and Scott Silverman (Information Services)
The Tightrope of Faculty Support: Working for/against/with/as Academics
4/15 Diane Craw (Director of Operations, GSSWSR) &
Elizabeth McCormack (Chair of the General Faculty)
Staff and Faculty Partnerships for Change: Stories from the Trenches
--Searching for a New President: Lessons Learned and
Strategies for Restructuring Graduate Education at Bryn Mawr
Darla Attardi (Coordinator of Staff Education)& Anne Dalke (English)
Lessons Learned from a Year of Risk-Taking: Where Might We Go From Here?
"where we went from here" was into a
Fall 2008 working group on "choices and constraints..."