Hancock Symposium

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2 Aug 2018

Click here for Hancock Symposium flyer or, for complete information, see Westminster College Hancock Symposium website.  See below information for schedule of events:

 

 

HANCOCK SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

2018 Hancock Symposium

Creativity & Innovation: Imagining Our Way into the Future

Tuesday, September 11 & Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Tuesday, Sept. 11

9:00-9:20 AM: Opening of 2018 HSWC: Dr. Nate Leonard (Champ Auditorium)

9:20-10:15 AM: Plenary Session 1

  • Dr. Barbara Kerr, Professor of Counseling Psychology, University of Kansas (Champ Auditorium)

10:30-11:30 AM: Executive Session

  • Ashley Tate, Founder & Artistic Director, Ashleyliane Dance Company (CSCLH)
  • Gina Shannon, Assistant Director, Clinical Skills Program, Emory University School of Medicine (Church of St. Mary)

11:45 AM: Lunch (Backer Dining Room/Marsh-Jones Dining Room)

1:30-2:30 PM: Breakout Sessions A (Coulter Science Center)

  • Gabe Fleisher, Editor-In-Chief, Wake Up to Politics: “Politics and Media in the Digital Age” (CSC 204)
  • Elizabeth Braaten Palmieri, Co-founder & Artistic Director, GreenHouse Theater Project: “A Resourceful Performance” (Hermann Lounge)
  • Beth Snyder, Owner & Product Development, OneCanoeTwo (CSC 206)

2:45-3:45 PM: Plenary Session 2

  • Sarah Lench, Chief Curiosity Officer, Center for Innovation in Education: “Beyond the Toothbrush Test: The 21st Century Imperative of Fostering the Creative Potential of Every Student in Every School” (Champ Auditorium)

Wednesday, Sept. 12

9:00 – 10:15 AM: Plenary Session 3

  • David Wilson, Co-Founder, True/False Film Festival (Champ Auditorium)

10:30 – 11:30 AM: Executive Session 2

  • Gregory Rockson ’12, Co-Founder & CEO, mPharma (Church of St. Mary)
  • Dr. Robin Blume-Kohout, Principal R&D Scientist, Sandia National Laboratories: “Creativity and Quantum Computing” (CSCLH)

12:30-1:30 PM: Lunch (Mueller Leadership Hall/Backer Dining Room)

1:30-2:30 PM: Breakout Session 2 (Coulter Science Center)

  • One-on-One with Dr. Robin Blume-Kohout, Principal R&D Scientist, Sandia National Laboratories (CSC 305)
  • Mark Anastasio, Professor of Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis: “Computational Methods for Modern Biomedical Imaging Systems” (CSC 204)
  • One-on-One with Sarah Lench, Chief Curiosity Officer, Center for Innovation in Education (CSC 126)
  • One-on-One with Gregory Rockson ’12, Co-Founder & CEO, mPharma (CSC 207)

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