Leadership Program Open Session
This year’s edition of the Leadership Program on Teaching Through Research is only one week away.
We now have selected all the participants for the program, you can have a look at their profiles and project on this page.
The program will start with 3 days of intense workshop, meet-ups and individual mentorship at the CRI, when the participants will have the chance to share ideas on how to develop their innovative educational projects.
They will have access to the CRI resources and the possibility to interact with our community, if you are interested to get in contact with one or several of the participants please send us an email at email@example.com and we will make our best to organize a meeting / presentation / workshop.
You will have the possibility to interact with the participants and mentors during our Open Session, on Wednesday the 15th of April, from 5.30 to 6.30 (followed by a buffet). Please let us know if you would like to attend (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This open session will also be a good occasion to discuss with our participants about their great innovative educational projects
Some very interesting people are also going to join the Leadership Program as mentors this year, among them are:
– Mitch Altman, creator of the 3rd Hackerspace in the world (Noisebridge) and inventor of TV-B-Gone: https://twitter.com/maltman23
– Stuart Firestein, Chair of Columbia University’s Department of Biological Sciences, author of “Ignorance, how it drives science”.
– Lee Hartwell, awarded a Nobel Prize in physiology in 2001.
– Melissa McCartney, works for Science magazine as project manager for “Science” Educational Prizes and NSF-funded “Science in the Classroom”
– Michael Springer, head of the Springer la bat Harvard Medical School, who studies how cells compute decisions based on their environment.