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The Engaged Scholar: The risks, rewards and responsibilities of bringing your research to the public
A special conversation with Andrew J. Hoffman, professor of sustainable enterprise at the University of Michigan, and Michael Crow, president of Arizona State University

Date: Tuesday, June 22, 5:15–6:15 p.m. (EDT)/
2:15-3:15 p.m. (PDT)

Join us on June 22 for an important conversation with Andrew J. Hoffman on his latest book, The Engaged Scholar: Expanding The Impact of Academic Research in Today’s World, moderated by Michael Crow, president of Arizona State University.

Hoffman has published over 100 articles and book chapters, as well as 18 books which have been translated into five languages. We will explore the limitations of the academic reward system and the importance of scholarly engagement in the public sphere. How should scholars use social media? Why is getting academic research out to the public a critical goal? How does research impact society, and what are the future trends?

Michael Crow, the sixteenth president of Arizona State University, is an educator, knowledge enterprise architect, science and technology policy scholar, and author of books and articles analyzing the design of higher education institutions and systems. His “New American University” model is dedicated to the simultaneous pursuit of comprehensive excellence, broad inclusion and meaningful social impact has driven ASU’s rapid transformation into one of America’s leading public metropolitan research universities.

Andrew J. Hoffman will be our guest on Tuesday, June 22, 5:15–6:15 p.m. EDT / 2:15–3:15 p.m. PDT. Please bring your questions about this important topic.

The event is a part of our series of free webinars with The Conversation; however, a donation is welcome. Space is limited, so register as soon as possible.

Please sign up here if you’d like to attend, and you’ll be sent Zoom access information prior to the webinar.

Jun 22, 2021 05:15 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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