BOW Big Ideas

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Wednesday December 16, 2020, 4-5:30pm

Virtual event by Zoom, RSVP here


Inspired by the ‘Big Ideas for Busy People’ event at the Cambridge Science Festival, BOW Big Ideas is a fun, interactive event that brings together BOW faculty and staff to share and discuss great ideas. The BOW faculty and staff Big Idea talks are 5-minutes each, followed by 5 minutes of Q&A.  The event will be held on Wednesday, December 16 at 4:00 PM.  Please register for the event here. 


BOW Faculty and Staff Speakers:

Practicing Poetry Can Keep You Sane: 6630 Poems and Counting Heather Corbally Bryant | Lecturer, Writing Program, Wellesley

What Can A Body Do? How We Meet the Built World, Sara Hendren | Associate Professor, Fine Arts, Humanities, and Design, Olin

A purpose-driven accounting curriculum Brigitte Muehlmann | Professor, Babson

Actualizing Inclusive Excellence Ines Maturana Sendoya | Associate Dean of Students for Inclusion and Engagement, Wellesley

Building Solid Ground for Constant Change Callan Bignoli |Library Director, Olin

Towards a Global Agreement to Prevent and Fight the Next Pandemic Kent Jones | Professor of Economics, Babson

The Responsibility to Not Design and the Need for Civic Professionalism Erhardt Graeff | Assistant Professor of Social and Computer Science, Olin

Re-imagining Zoom and Webex Keith Rollag | Professor of Management, Babson