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‘Next Steps’ Part Deux

Shannon Criss presenting in the Architecture Forum
Shannon Criss presenting in the Architecture Forum

On July 24th ARC and the Spencer Museum of Art held the second ‘Next Steps’ presentations. Shannon Criss, from Architecture and Environmental Studies, and ARC partner Perry Alexander, from the Information Technology and Telecommunication Center, presented their research practices with an informal meeting of the minds afterwards. It was a really fantastic afternoon and very informative about these two exciting researchers. If you would like to know more about their work please visit the websites below and if you are a KU faculty member and would like to participate in the next event please contact Celka Straughn (straughn@ku.edu). Thanks to Ryan Waggoner for taking the photos.

Shannon Criss

http://kumocolab.org/about-the-mobile-collaboratory/

https://architecture.ku.edu/shannon-criss

Perry Alexander

http://distinguishedprofessors.ku.edu/professor/alexander-p

http://palexand.github.io/

Perry Alexander talking about trust and computers
Perry Alexander talking about trust and computers
Steve Goddard, Richard Klocke and Perry Alexander
Steve Goddard, Richard Klocke and Perry Alexander
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Architecture students presenting some of the technology in their maker space
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Shannon presenting her work.
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An image from Shannon’s presentation. We like to collaborate.

Red Hot Research

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4:00 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17

The Commons at Spooner Hall

Special sustainability edition! (co-sponsored by the KU Center for Sustainability)

This week’s featured presenters:

Belinda Sturm (Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering)

Deb Adams (Social Welfare)

Bradley Lane (Public Affairs & Administration)

Jane Zhao (Business)

Paul Stock (Sociology)

Red Hot Research is a series of research sharing sessions that aims to introduce KU researchers to the work of their colleagues, stimulating multidisciplinary inquiry and the formation of new collaborative research teams.  The format of Red Hot Research sessions is inspired by Pecha Kucha.