Research Development Series Event: Team Science
From: The Office of Research and Innovation
Research Development Series Event: Team Science will be held from 3-4:30 p.m. on Nov. 2.
Today, modern research methods are more specialized and the world’s problems are more complex, requiring minds from diverse backgrounds and disciplines to come together in the form of team science. At this event, researchers are invited to learn how to succeed in the new landscape of team science, where true collaboration requires joint ownership and collective responsibility.
Michelle Bennet, director the Center for Research Strategy in the National Cancer Institute's National Health Institute and internationally recognized expert in team science, will join virtually and share what she has learned about high-performing, highly integrated research teams, and how to thrive in a collaborative environment. Discussion will be followed with Q&A.
About this series
In January 2021, the Office for Research and Innovation launched its Research Development series to help faculty in their journey to increase the scope and impact of their research, creativity, and innovation portfolio. With events focused on different facets of sponsored research, from sponsor-specific perspectives to how to work with partners, this webinar series is intended to answer researcher’s biggest questions and enlighten scholars at every step in their career.