We help investigators learn team science approaches through seminars.

While there are many ways team science approaches are taught, we believe that the most effective way is by presenting how they are implemented in real scenarios.

We host a series of seminars that give an overview or demonstration of the most important aspects of effective team science practice.

Team Science Seminars

We help investigators learn team science approaches through seminars.

While there are many ways team science approaches are taught, we believe that the most effective way is by presenting how they are implemented in real scenarios.

We host a series of seminars that give an overview or demonstration of the most important aspects of effective team science practice.

Seminars for Spring 2018, the Tools for Teams Series:

Team Dynamics in a Changing Environment

  • Jim Johnson, PhD
  • William R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Director, Urban Investment Strategies Center
  • January 25th, 2018

Strategies to Help Teams Become Poised for Innovation

  • Shawn Gomez, Eng.Sc.D
  • Associate Professor, UNC/NCSU Joint Program on Biomedical Engineering
  • February 23, 2018

Leading the way in Team Science: Tools for Navigating Challenging Conversations

  • Donna Dinkin, DrPH
  • Global Public Health Leadership Consultant and Action Learning Coach, Dinkin & Associates, LLC
  • April 6, 2018
  • 10:30 – Noon; G-010 Bondurant Hall
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