SciTS 2019 Conference Schedule and Program 

SciTS Conference Program

SciTS Conference at a Glance

Monday, May 20, 2019

7 a.m.

Registration Opens

8 a.m.

Breakfast

9 a.m.

 

Workshops

Noon

Lunch on Your Own

1 p.m.

Welcome to SciTS 2019 with Dr. Micheal O'Rourke, Dr. Stephanie E. Vasko, MSU Provost June Youatt, Lansing Mayor Andy Schor

2 p.m.

Keynote with Joy Balls-Berry, Mayo Clinic

3 p.m.

Beverage Break and Sponsor Showcase

3:15 p.m.

Concurrent Panels

4:45 p.m.

Break and Sponsor Showcase

5 p.m.

Plenary Panel: Indigenous Approaches to Team Science

6:15 p.m.

Break and Refresh

6:30 p.m.

Opening Reception at Lansing Brewing Company

7:30 p.m.

Networking Dinner (Self-Pay) at the Lansing Brewing Company

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

8 a.m. 

Registration Open 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

8 a.m.

Breakfast

8:45 a.m.

Morning Announcements

9 a.m.

Plenary Panel: Team Science in Agriculture and Natural Resources

10:15 a.m.

Beverage Break and Sponsor Showcase

10:30 a.m.

Concurrent Sessions

Innovating with Technology

Room 101

  • Getting Started with Machine Learning and Team Science & Science of Team Science Research
    • Dr. Stephanie Vasko, Michigan State University
  • Collaborative Data Design: A Tool for Multisector Alignment
    • Dr. Kathleen Pine, Dr. Michael Shafer, Dr. Margaret Hinrichs, Ms. Kailey Love, Dr. George Runger; Dr. William Riley, Arizona State University

  • CohortGen: Promoting Collaboration Through Automatic Cohort Generation
    • Dr. Charisse Madlock, Mr. Billy Barnett; University of Tennessee Health Science Center
  • Do More, Faster: Utilizing Advanced Computational Resources in Your Research Team
    • Dr. Dirk Colbry, Michigan State University
  • Supplanting Institutionalized Science of Science Data Collection with Big Data Methods ‘in the Wild’
    • Dr. Ioannis Pavlidis, Mr. Mohammed Emtiaz Ahmed, University of Houston

Spatially-Situated Case Studies

Room 102

  • Building climate resilience in Africa & South Asia: Lessons on membership, organization & collaboration from four transdisciplinary research consortia
    • Dr. Bruce Currie-Alder, International Development Research Centre (IDRC); Lucia Scodanibbio, University of Cape Town; Katharine Vincent, Kulima Integrated Development Solutions; Anjal Prakash, Teri School of Advanced Studies; Nathalie Nathe, Overseas Development Institute
  • A Scholar-Practitioner’s Guide to Global Virtual Teams
    • Ms. Lejla Bilal-Maley, Antioch University
  • Using team science to identify important and innovative questions for cancer research
    • Ms. Rachel ChownDr. Sarah GeorgeMs. Pip PeakmanProf. Robert Bristow, Manchester Cancer Research Centre

Collaborative Readiness

Room 103

  • The experience and confidence of researchers and research support staff in conducting cross-disciplinary research
    • Dr. Yan DingDr. Justin Pulford, Dr. Imelda Bates, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
  • Building the Collaboration Readiness Framework for ad-interim Evaluation of Transdisciplinary Collaborations
    • Dr. Eva Kalmar,  Dr. Maarten van den Sanden, Ms. Ingrid van Marion, TU Delft
  • Perceptions of Competence of Social Scientists and Natural Scientists
    • Ms. Caitlin Kirby, Ms. Patricia JaimesDr. Amanda R. Lorenz-Reaves, Dr. Julie C. Libarkin; Michigan State University
  • Does a Shared Understanding Blind Groups to Surprise?
    • Ms. Michal Russo, U of M School of Environment & Sustainability
  • I’m ready, are you ready? How do you know of your team is ready?
    • Dr. Jennifer Cross, Dr. Bailey FosdickDr. Hannah Beth LoveDr. Meghan SuterMs. Dinada Egan, Colorado State University, Dr. Ellen Fisher, Colorado State University

Tools for Team Sciene & The Science of Team Science

Room 104

  • 11 Best Practices for Successful Team Science: A series of motivational videos
    • Ms. Nicole ExeMs. Laura DentonMs. Meg FairchildMr. Jordan Hahn, Dr. Vicki Ellingrod, University of Michigan
  • Infrastructuring a Federated Research Network Node
    • Dr. Marcelline HarrisLisa FergusonAirong Luo, University of Michigan
  • It’s not all fun and games: Building multiplayer worlds to explore, learn and expand
    • Mr. Benjamin Green, Ms. Georgina Moulton, Ms. Victoria Turner, University of Manchester
  • Repertories as Blueprints and Frameworks for the Doing of Science
    • Prof. Rachel Ankeny, University of Adelaide; Prof. Sabina Leonelli, University of Exeter

Training and Development

Ballrooms 1 - 4

  • Reflecting on Transdisciplinary Team Science Training
    • Dr. Stephen Fiore, University of Central Florida; Dr. Troy Hartley, Dr. Linda Schaffner, College of William & Mary Virginia Institute of Marine Science; Dr. Karen McGlathery, University of Virginia; Dr. Deborah DiazGranados, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Evidence-based Team Development: Pre-post Assessment of Team Experiences with Team Coaching
    • Dr. Tony Lingham, Antioch University; Dr. Bonnie Richley, Interaction Science, LLC
  • Developing Competencies for Team Science
    • Dr. Deborah DiazGranados, Virginia Commonwealth University; Dr. Heather Billings, Mayo Clinic; Dr. Allan Brasier, University of Wisconsin; Dr. Dan Lackland, Medical University of South Carolina; Dr. Wayne McCormack, University of Florida; Dr. Maritza Salazar, University of California, Irvine;  Jennifer Sprecher, University of Washington; Dr. Beth Tigges, University of New Mexico; Dr. Kevin C. Wooten, University of Houston; Dr. Dayan Ranwala, Medical University of South Carolina; Dr. Gaetano Lotrecchiano, George Washington University
  • Team Science Boot camp: Annual Trainings to Improve Team Performance
    • Dr. Brenda ZierlerDr. Erin BlakeneyMs. Jennifer SprecherMs. Nicole Summerside, University of Washington
  • Mastering Complex Conversations
    • Dr. Katy Colbry, Dr. Dirk Colbry, Michigan State University

12:15 p.m.

SIGs Meetings

  • Fostering Team Science in Academia
    • Dr. Scott Leischow, Arizona State University
    • Room 101
  • Team Science Training
    • Dr. Wayne McCormack, University of Florida
    • Room 102
  • Incubator Spaces for Team Science
    • Dr. Ellen Fisher, Colorado State University
    • Room 103
  • Scientometrics and Data Analytics for Team Science
    • Dr. Zaida Chinchilla-Rodriguez, Spanish National Research Council, Institute of Public Goods and Policies 
    • Room 104
  • Interreach

1:15 p.m.

Lunch on Your Own

2:15 p.m.

Plenary Panel: Science of Groups and Teams

Ballrooms 1 - 4

3:30 p.m.

Beverage Break and Sponsor Showcase

Ballrooms 5 - 8

3:45 p.m.

Concurrent Sessions

SocioEnvironmental TeamScience

Room 101

  • Interlinking open science to team-based action research for socio-environmental cases
    • Dr. Yasuhisa Kondo, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature; Mr. Akihiro Miyata, The University of Tokto; Dr. Ui Ikeuchi, University of Tsukuba; Dr. Satoe Nakahara, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature; Dr. Ken'ichiro Nakashima, Hiroshima University; Dr. Hideyuki Onishi, Doshisha University; Dr. Takeshi Osawa, Tokyo Metropolitan University; Dr. Kazuhiko, Ota Research Institute for Humanity and Nature; Dr. Kenichi Sato Kyoto Sangyo University; Dr. Ken Ushijima Hokkaido Research Organization; Dr. Bianca Vienni Leuphana University of Luneberg; Dr. Terukazu Kumazawa Research Institute for Humanity and Nature; Dr. Kazuhiro Hayashi, National Institue of Science and Technology Policy; Dr. Yasuhiro Murayama National Institute of Information and Communications Technology; Dr. Noboru Okuda Research Institute for Humanity and Nature; Prof. Hisae Nakanishi Doshisha University
  • Adopting a Community Science Model of Team Science for Addressing Environmental Inequities
    • Dr. Jennifer Carrera, Dr. Kent Key, Michigan State University; Ms. Karen Calhoun, University of Michigan; Dr. Sarah Bailey, All Faith and Health Alliance; Dr. Joseph Hamm, Dr. Courtney Cuthbertson, Michigan State University; Ms. Yvonne Lewis, National Center for African American Health Consciousness, Healthy Flint Research Coordinating Center; Dr., Susan J. Woolford, University of Michigan; Ms., E. Hill DeLoney, Community Based Organization Partners, Flint Odyssey House Health Awareness Center; Ms., Ella Greene-Moton, Community Ethics Review Board, Community Based Organization Partners; Ms., Kaneesha Wallace, Healthy Flint Research Coordinating Center;  Mr., DeWaun E. Robinson, Community Based Organization Partners, Artistic Visions Enterprise; Mr., Ismael Byers, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine; Ms., Patricia Piechowski-Whitney, Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research, University of Michigan; Mr., Luther Evans,Community Based Organization Partners; Ms., Athena McKay, Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research, University of Michigan; Dr., Don Vereen, Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research, University of Michigan; Ms., Arlene Sparks, Community Based Organization Partners, Date2Dream
  • Leading large interdisciplinary research teams: Lessons from LAGOS
    • Dr. Patricia Soranno, Dr. Kendra S. Cheruvelil, Michigan State University
  • Deep Knowledge Integration across Disciplines: The EMBeRS Method
    • Dr. Deana Pennington, University of Texas at El Paso; Dr. Kate Thompson, Griffith University; Dr. Shirley Vincent, Vincent Evaluation Consulting, LLC; Dr. David Gosselin, University of Nebraska at Lincoln
  • Managing interdisciplinary teams: Lessons learned from coupled natural and human systems modeling in lake catchments
    • Ms. Reilly Henson, Virginia Tech; Dr. Kelly Cobourn, Virginia Tech; Dr. Cayelan Carey, Virginia Tech; Dr. Kathleen Weathers, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Dr. Kaitlin Farrell, Virginia Tech; Ms. Nicole Ward, Virginia Tech; Ms. Weizhe Weng, Virginia Tech; Dr. Jennifer Klug, Fairfield University; Dr. Michael Sorice, Virginia Tech

TeamScience Evaluations

Room 102

  • Indicators for measuring the contributions of individual knowledge brokers
    • Dr. Sabine Hoffmann, Eawag, Switzerland; Dr. Simon Maag, Parliamentary Services, Swiss Parliament; Dr. Robert Kase-Pasanen, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland; Dr. Timothy J. Alexander, Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology
  • “Innovation happens at the intersections of disciplines.” Transdisciplinary research outcomes based on the Transdisciplinary Research on Energetics and Cancer (TREC) ll Initiative experience
    • Ms. Sarah D. Hohl, University of Washington/Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center; Dr. Sarah Knerr, University of Washington; Dr. Sarah Gehlert, University of South Carolina; Dr. Marian Neuhouser, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Beti Thompson, Fred HutchinsonCancer Research Center
  • A new methodology for evaluating research integration
    • Ms. Bethany Laursen, Michigan State University; Dr. Nicole Motzer, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC)
  • Evaluation of Centers ad Institutes: Developing a Framework from Complex Systems and Team Science
    • Dr. Gwen C. Marchand, University of Nevada Las Vegas; Dr. Jonathan C. Hilpert, Georgia Southern University
  • Evaluating, Transdisciplinary, Sustainability-Focused Higher Education Programs: Using Transdisciplinary Orientation as a Performance Measure in Three NSF-Funded Program Contexts
    • Dr. Shirley Vincent, Vincent Evaluation Consulting; Dr. Deana Pennington, University of Texas at El Paso; Dr. Robert Chen, University of Massachusetts at Boston; Dr. Alan Berkowitz, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Dr. Aude Lochet, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies

Team Process

Room 103

  • Teamwork processes indicators: learning from the source materials of teams
    • Dr. Laura Anderson, IBM Research - Almaden
  • Exploring Narrative Mapping as a Lens into the Relationship of Team Member Attachment Styles with Team Psychological Safety
    • Mr. Jonathan Silk, Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology; Ms. Michele Norton, Texas A&M University Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture
  • An evaluation of researcher motivations and productivity outcomes in international research teams at a U.S. research-intensive university
    • Dr. Jane Payumo, Michigan State University; Dr. Danna Moore, Washington State University; Dr. Prema Arasu, North Carolina State University
  • Can we really use bibliometrics to form research teams?
    • Mr. Timothy Gawne, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Ms. Kathryn Knight, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Dr. Moody Altamimi, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Dr. Jane Payumo, Michigan State University

Artistic & Humanistic Approaches to Team Science

Room 104

  • “Poetry, Space, and Embodiment: A Case Study in Transdisciplinary Collaboration”
    • Dr. Ellen Moll, Prof. Nancy DeJoy, Michigan State University
  • Connecting an Art-Science Practice to Collaborations
    • Dr. Edgar Cardenas, Michigan State University
  • Integration as a Non-Reductive Team Virtue
    • Dr. Stephen Crowley, Boise State University; Dr. Brian Robinson, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Dr. Chad Gonnerman, University of Southern Indiana
  • TDI structured dialogue + pedagogy of the oppressed
    • Dr. Anna Malavisi, Western Connecticut State University

Organizational & Management Factors

Ballrooms 1 - 4

  • Principles of Community in Team Science
    • Dr. Ellen Fisher, Dr. Jennifer Cross, Dr. Hannah Love, Dr. Bailey Fosdick, Colorado State University
  • Overload, Stress, and Higher Order Cognition in Emergency Managers
    • Dr. Shalini MisraMr. Matthew RhodesDr. Patrick Roberts, Virginia Tech University
  • Co-designed strategic planning and Agile project management in academia: case study of an action research group
    • Mr. Enric Senabre Hidalgo, Dimmons Research Group, IN3 ‐ Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya); Dr. Mayo Fuster Morell, Berkman Center for Internet and Society - Harvard University
  • Building capacity and capability in Greater Manchester through peer to peer support and development: The Research Programme Managers’ Network (RPMN)
    • Ms. Charlotte Stockton-Powdrell, The University of Manchester; Ms. Alison Littlewood, The University of Manchester; Ms. Sarah Ashton, The University of Manchester; Ms. Hayley Brooks, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust; Ms. Cara Afzal, Health Innovation Manchester (HInM); Dr Dieter Weichart,The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
  • Multiagent Systems in an Agile Environment
    • Dr. John Turner, University of North Texas; Mr. Nigel Thurlow, Toyota Connected; Dr. Rose Baker, University of North Texas; Mr. David Northcutt, Toyota Connected; Ms. Kelsey Newman, Emory University

5:30 p.m.

Break and Refresh

6:15 p.m.

Sponsored Dinner and Panel: Integrating Team Science with Health Science Research and Practice

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

8 a.m.

Breakfast

8:45 a.m.

Morning Announcements

9 a.m.

Plenary Panel: Changing Scale and Scope of Collaboration

10:15 a.m.

Break and Sponsor Showcase

10:30 a.m.

Concurrent Sessions

Collaborative Networks

Room 101

  • Finding Colleagues and Emerging sub-disciplines via Systematic Network Analysis of Funding Awards
    • Dr. Steve ElliottDr. Kimberly A. ScottElizabeth Wentz, Arizona State University
  • Patterns of newly formed interdisciplinary collaborations over time during an immersive training experience
    • Dr. Bonnie Spring, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicin; Mr. Phillip Rak, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine; Mr. H. Gene McFadden, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine; Mr. Leland Bardsley, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine; Dr. Mark Hansen, University of California, Los Angeles; Dr. Vivek Shetty, University of California, Los Angeles; Dr. Angela Fidler Pfammatter, Northwestern University
  • Network Improvement Communities and Organizational Change: Considerations in Developing and Leading NICs
    • Dr. Marilyn AmeyAlexander Gardner, Michigan State University
  • Investigating Collaborative Processes of Research Teams through Social Network Analyses
    • Dr. Jonathan Hilpert, Georgia Southern University; Dr. Gwen C. Marchand, University of Nevada Las Vegas; Dr. Kristine Bragg, University of Nevada Las Vegas
  • Understanding scientific collaboration through the sequence of authors in the publication bylines and the diversity of collaborators
    • Mr. Yi Bu, Indiana University Bloomington (USA); Mr. Yong Huang, School of Information Management, Wuhan University, Wuhan (China); Prof. Cassidy R. Sugimoto, School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering, Indiana University (USA); Prof. Zaida Chinchilla-Rodríguez, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) (Spain)

Education & Teaching Team Science

Room 102

  • Co-development of Interdisciplinary Engineering Innovation in Health course by Engineering and Team Science Faculty to Accelerate Health Innovation from Bench to Bedside
    • Dr. Soyoung Kang, University of Washington; Dr. Erin Blakeney, UW School of Nursing; Ms. Nicole Summerside, UW School of Nursing; Dr. Brenda Zierler, UW School of Nursing; Ms. Jennifer Sprecher, Institute of Translational Health Sciences; Ms. Katrina Henrikson, UW Mechanical Engineering; Dr. Jonathan Liu, UW Mechanical Engineering; Dr. Eric Seibel, UW Mechanical Engineering; Dr. Jonathan Posner, UW Mechanical Engineering
  • Closing the Collaborative Skills Gap: Assessing the Effectiveness of a University-Wide Course Designed to Teach Students How to Collaborate in Diverse Groups
    • Prof. Kathryn Plaisance, Mr. Christopher LokNess Lamont, University of Waterloo
  • The Development of a Competency- Based Team Science Training Program: A Case Study of TeamMAPPS
    • Kevin C. Wooten, Ph.D., Department of Management, University of Houston Clear Lake, Houston, TX; Martiza R. Salazar, Ph.D., University of California Irvine; Theresa K. Lant, Ph.D., Pace University; Eduardo Salas, Ph.D., Rice University; Cynde Ferris, M.S., The University of Texas Medical Branch; Lori A. Wiseman, B.A., The University of Texas Medical Branch
  • Training and Development on Interdisciplinary Scientific Teams
    • Ms. Hannah Beth LoveDr. Jennifer Eileen CrossDr. Bailey FosdickDr. Susan VandeWoudeDr. Ellen Fisher, Colorado State University

Diversity on Teams

Room 103

  • The impact of gender composition and leadership on the productivity and authorship practices of interdisciplinary research teams
    • Ms. Jacalyn Beck, Michigan State University; Ms. Sheila Brassel, University of Michigan; Ms. Ellie Phillips, Ms. Jordan Fornier, Dr. Robert Montgomery, Dr. Kevin Elliot, Dr. Kendra Cheruvelil, Michigan State University; Dr. Isis Settles, University of Michigan
  • Explorations of Temporal Diversity, Temporal Conflict, and Temporal Leadership
    • Dr. Susan Mohammed, Penn State University
  • Strategies for Promoting “Teaminess” with a Focus on Diversity and Inclusion
    • Dr. Binyam NardosDr. Letisha WyattDr. Damien Fair, Oregon Health & Science University
  • What team characteristics relate to team performance – and what is the role of diversity?
    • Dr. Ulf Sandström, KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm; Dr. Peter Van Den Besselaar, Teresa Mom Consultancy & Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  • Team Climate Mediates the Effect of Diversity on Science Teams
    • Dr. Isis Settles, Ms. Sheila Brassel, University of Michigan; Dr. Patricia Soranno, Dr. Kendra Cheruvelil, Dr. Georgina, Dr. Kevin Elliott, Michigan State University

Scaffolding & Academic Settings

Room 104

  • A year implementing a team science movement in a British University
    • Ms. Ruth NorrisDr. Claire Smith, Dr. Amanda Lamb, Ms. Charlotte Stockton-Powdrell, Ms. Rachel Chown, The University of Manchester
  • Assessing the Propensity of Research Collaboration in the Life Sciences
    • Dr. Kyuseon Lee, Dr. Steve Miller, Dr. Philip G. Pardey, University of Minnesota
  • Societal Impact of Research on the Complexity of Language in France
    • Dr. Audrey Mazur-Palandre, University of Lyon; Dr. Gerald Niccolai, CNRS: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique; Dr. François Pellegrino, CNRS: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique; Dr. Kristine Lund, CNRS: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
  • Deep Knowledge Integration across Disciplines: The EMBeRS Method
    • Dr. Deama Pennington, University of Texas at El Paso; Dr. Kate Thompson, Griffth University; Dr. Shirley Vincent, Vinvent Evaluation Consulting, LLC; Dr. David Gosselin, University of Nebraska at Linkcoln

PANEL: Collaborative Scientific Writing: Challenges and Strategies

Ballrooms 1 - 4

    • Dr. Graham Hubbs, University of Idaho; Dr. Kara Hall, Dr. Amanda Vogel, Leidos Biomed; Dr. Kendra Spence Cheruvelil, Dr. Patricia Soranno, Michigan State University

12:15 p.m. 

Buffet Lunch & Plenary Panel: Agency Approaches to Team Science

2:15 p.m.

Unconference Opportunities

4:45 p.m.

Poster Session Sponsor Showcase and Reception

6 p.m.

MICHR Sponsored Dinner: Cultivating Team Science in Clinical and Translational Research

Thursday, May 23, 2019

8 a.m.

Breakfast

8:45 a.m.

Morning Announcements

9 a.m.

Concurrent Sessions

High Level Theory

Room 101

  • Towards a Theory of Replications, Open Science, and Reproducibility
    • Dr. Bert Baumgaertner, University of Idaho; Dr. Berna Devezer, University of Idaho; Dr. Erkan Buzbas, University of Idaho; Dr. Luis G. Nardin, Brandenburg University of Technology
  • Foxholes, Not Silos
    • Prof. James Foster, University of Idaho
  • Transdisciplinary Knowledge Producing Teams (KPTs): Typology, features, and communication skills
    • Dr. Gaetano Romano Lotrecchiano, George Washington University; Dr. Shalini Misra

CTSA

Room 102

  • Using Instructional Design Principles to Engage Citizen Scientists as Clinical Research Partners
    • Ms. Janet Brishke, Ms. Christy EvansDr. Elizabeth Shenkman, University of Florida College of Medicine
  • An Integrated Approach to Promoting Team Science Principles Across a CTSA
    • Dr. John (Jack) Kues, Dr. Jackie KnapkeDr. Saundra ReganDr. Jennifer Molano, Dr. Rebecca Lee, Ms. Laura Hildreth, University of Cincinnati; Elizabeth Heubi, University of Cincinnati
  • Implementing a Continuous Quality Improvement Intervention in a Clinical and Transitional Research Network
    • Ms. LaKaija JohnsonMs. Gwenndolyn Porter, Ms. Jolene Rohde, Dr. Mary E. CramerDr. Paul A. Estabrooks, University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • The relationship between disciplinary diversity, team composition, time-workload pressures and quality of interactions during patient-reviews in multidisciplinary tumor boards
    • Dr. Tayana Soukup, King's College London, London UK; Mr. Ben W Lamb, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge, UK; Mr. James SA Green, Whipps Cross University Hospital, London, UK; Prof. Nick Sevdalis, King's College London, London UK

Disciplinary Diverasity - Theory and Praxis

Room 103

  • Assessing the effectiveness of various funding strategies to foster disciplinary diversity in research teams
    • Mr. David Campbell, Mr. Brooke Struck, Science-Metrix Inc.
  • Measuring the Division of Labor in Interdisciplinary Science
    • Dr. Phillip Honenberger, University of Nevada-Las Vegas; Dr. Evelyn Brister, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Do Interdisciplinary Researchers Tend to Join Teams?
    • Prof. Kevin M. Kniffin, Cornell University; Prof. Andrew S. Hanks, The Ohio State University
  • Spectacles of Inquiry: Perspective – Taking and Interdisciplinary Values
    • Dr. Lisa Osbeck, University of West Georgia
  • A Team Science Approach to Advance the Understanding of Low Back Pain
    • Prof. Jacek Cholewicki, Michigan State University; Dr. John M. Popovich, Jr., MSU Center for Orthopedic Research, MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine; Ms. Angela S. Lee, MSU Center for Orthopedic Research, MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine; Mr. Payam Aminpour, Community Sustainability, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources, Michigan State University; Dr. Steven Gray, Community Sustainability, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources, Michigan State Univeristy; Prof. Paul W. Hodges, School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences, The University of Queensland

Creative Approaches To Support Team Science in Academia

Ballrooms 1 - 4

  • Using Collaborative Design to Align Institutional Incentives and Interdisciplinary Team Expectations: The Case of Reappointment, Tenure, and Promotion
    • Dr. Veronica StanichMr. Gabriel Harp, Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities (a2ru)
  • Mcubed: A Token-Based Seed Funding Program with No Formal Scientific Review
    • Dr. Valerie JohnsonDr. Mark Burns, University of Michigan
  • Working with your Research Development Office to Support Team Science
    • Dr. Betsy Rolland, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Dr. Holly Falk-Krzesinski, Elsevier
  • Agbioscience: transdisciplinary collaboration and the land-grant university mission in the 21st century
    • Dr. Julie Aldridge, The Ohio State University
  • Rethinking science as a vocation: 100 years of bureaucratization of academic science
    • Prof. John P. Walsh, Georgia Institute of Technology; You-Na Lee, National University of Singapore

10:45 a.m.

Break and Sponsor Showcase

11 a.m.

Concurrent Panels

  • Reward and Recognition for Team-Based and Cross-disciplinary Research
    • Dr. Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski, Elsevier and Northwestern University; Dr. Kara L. Hall, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health; Dr. Julie Thompson Klein, Wayne State University and International Research Affiliate, Transdisciplinarity Lab, ETH-Zurich; Dr. Amanda L. Vogel, Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc.
    • Room 102

12:30 p.m.

Break

12:45 p.m.

Light Lunch Closing Session

2 p.m.

 Conference Adjourns