The February session of Opportunities for Networking and Exploration (ONE) focuses on "Using Technologies in Education and Research" will take place from 8-9 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 10, in Boileau Hall.
John Buerck, chair, computer science and technology, will kick off the informal discussion.
Topics for discussion may include distance learning, applying for and incorporating technology to support research and how SLU's Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Lab may serve as a resource for research and teaching.
The office of research development and services and the office of corporate and foundation relations co-host ONE.
The series is designed to provide opportunities for multidisciplinary collaborations within the SLU research and scholarly community.
The informal gatherings serve as forums for open discussion about topics that may be of interest to faculty and researchers from a variety of disciplines.
Community members are encouraged to attend these forums and participate in the conversation. The formation of multi-disciplinary interest groups around topical areas can expand funding opportunities as well as invigorate and inspire new directions in research, academic programs and service projects.
Light refreshments will be provided.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, and include the following in your response: name, e-mail, telephone and what you hope to gain from the dialogue(s).