Community Dialogues: “Reframing the Ivory Tower” with Emma Hsu

February 28, 11:00am - 12:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Online Add to Calendar

Join us for a facilitated 90 minute session during which you can engage with peers from diverse backgrounds, learn more about the use of dialogue as an effective method of communication, and practice those skills with your peers. The activities will accentuate and strengthen your understanding of conflict management and their implications for involvement with the community. ----------- About Session: Come together in this dialogue to share the academic constraints of our respective fields and discuss how we think our research can be made more open and accessible. What got you excited in your research to start your academic journey? Has that changed now that you are in the "ivory tower" and how? ----------- About Speaker: Emma Hsu is a first year PhD student researching world history of technology exchanges with a focus on transitions of knowledge in astronomy. She is currently a non-resident adjunct fellow at the Center for International & Strategic Studies (CSIS), graduate assistant at UH’s Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE), and volunteer at the West Hawaii Mediation Center.

Event Sponsor
Conflict and Peace Specialist, Mānoa Campus

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