The Georgia Tech Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts would like to invite you to a Innovation and Collaboration in Liberal Arts, Science, and Technology (ICLAST) Social Justice in the Digital Age event, a panel discussion of the Digital Integrative Liberal Arts Center (DILAC) project coordinated by Michael Hoffmann on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, from 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in Stephen C. Hall Building, Room 102.
All graduate students, post docs, and faculty are welcome. Lunches will be provided for those who RSVP .
Coordinator and Panelist: Michael Hoffmann, The Georgia Tech School of Public Policy
Other Panelists: Michael Best, Nunn School of International Affairs; Robert Rosenberger, Public Policy; Ruthie Yow, Center for Serve Learn Sustain; Carol Colatrella, Literature, Media, and Communication
Please register here. RSVP is required for lunch.
The ICLAST interdisciplinary research discussion series is designed to encourage research collaborations and to disseminate research to faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and masters and undergraduate students across the College and campus. Panelists from different Georgia Tech units and Atlanta universities present their research on a common topic linking the liberal arts, sciences, and technology.
ICLAST events are supported by a grant from GT-FIRE.
DILAC is supported by an Ivan Allen College Mellon grant.