The Bio-Grid Program
The Bio-Grid REU program will continue from 2012-2014. While retaining its main themes from 2008-2010, the Bio-Grid will operate within a more broadly defined scope of Cyber-Enabled Systems. We anticipate an enriched summer research experience for student participants!
The program offers undergraduate students nationwide the opportunity to participate in research activities associated with the Bio-Grid initiatives conducted at the University of Connecticut. The initiatives aim at advancing the application of modern computing infrastructure and information technology to research and practice in various life-science disciplines. Specific research activities include several inter-disciplinary projects led by researchers at the University of Connecticut.
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TRUTH 20/20 Conference12:00am
Tuesday, August 4th, 2020
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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27 JULY 2020 – 6 AUGUST 2020
TRUTH 20/20, an online conference on the nature and value of truth, will be held from 27 July 2020 through 6 August 2020. The conference will be convened by the University of Connecticut Humanities Institute Future of Truth Project, the University of Waikato Philosophy Programme, and Virtual International Consortium for Truth Research.
TRUTH 20/20 brings together a community of philosophers united by an interest in understanding the nature and value of truth. The year 2020 is unlike any in recent memory. We face the novel COVID-19 pandemic as well as an ongoing pandemic of misinformation driven by political propaganda, fake news, personalized social media, and the politicization of basic facts. As the coronavirus pandemic has spread across the globe, we have been forced to reinvent and reimagine how we interact with one another. Nowhere is this more perspicuous than in scholarly pursuits. What better way to have an online socially-distanced conference than one that focuses on the topic of truth?
The conference is free and open to everyone with an interest in philosophy, especially those with an interest in theories of truth, history of analytic philosophy, and philosophical logic. The conference will employ the Zoom platform for the meeting. Anyone who would like to attend should register for the conference at http://www.tinyurl.com/truth-conference-2020-register, preferably before 24 July 2020, so that details about the Zoom link may be sent to you before the start of the conference. Or, you may contact one of the conference curators (see website for contact information).
A simple request to attendees: In lieu of conference registration fees, hotel and travel accommodation, and restaurant and pub bills, conference curators humbly ask participants and attendees to make a donation to a charitable organisation, such as Oxfam, Black Lives Matter Global Network, or Centre for Disaster Philanthropy - COVID-19 Response Fund.
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UConn School of Engineering Professional Education Webinar9:00am
Tuesday, August 4th, 2020
09:00 AM - 09:45 AM
Storrs Campus WebinarThis webinar is held for anyone interested in enrolling in UConn School of Engineering Professional Education’s Master of Engineering, Advanced Engineering Certificates, or taking classes on a non-degree basis. Details about admissions, program curriculum and upcoming course offerings will be provided. Also, the webinar will dig-deep into what makes a graduate degree or certificate program in engineering so valuable for today's engineers and employers.
Register here: https://soeprofed.uconn.edu/meng-and-engineering-certificate-webinars/.
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