Join the College of Arts & Letters for a conference exploring the impact of the pandemic in April 2021.
Resilience, Resistance, Renovation, and Rebirth Virtual Conference
April 22, 23, 29, 30, 2021
What a year? SARS CoV-2 has hit us hard and forced us into a new normal. What is this normal now in the sciences, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics? What has happened to your work, research, and lives that would not have happened without the interruption of the SARS CoV-2 virus? How was the pandemic a spark for innovation for that cultural change, poem, industrial design, theorem, performance, medical discovery or whatever you and your team have discovered? Looking ahead, where do you see taking this idea? None of us are the same as we were twelve months ago. Tell us about how this pandemic has shaped your ideas. It could be a response to the virus, maybe about the isolation driven by the lockdown, or some other issue brought on by the pandemic.
Call for Proposals Due: January 31, 2021
Proposals for panels, individual talks, and performances that address time in quarantine as a time of inspiration, innovation, and change from all disciplines and fields of study are welcome.