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A fantastic thread on specific examples of breeding applicable interdisciplinarity.

In fact, I think we can go further, and designers can help.
There's a trend here.

In a lot of different environments, designers are realizing there's useful and powerful theories, insights, and communities from disciplines they never considered; and there happens to be a reactionary clash from the communities who live in that space.
We have an opportunity here.

Sometimes that clash is valuable, because it offers space for people to acknowledge, voice, and catalyze a community to make their knowledge known.

But sometimes, we can connect without friction, and towards a collective goal.
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Excited to sit in on the Innovation Lab โ€œLaw and Technologyโ€ Demos of the interdisciplinary collaboration of @NorthwesternLaw and @NorthwesternEng tonight! Follow #NLawCS for live tweets from the event!

@NLawBizTech @DanLinna
@ProfDSchwartz is talking about @NorthwesternLaw's many law and technology offerings. "We're trying to be at the center of a really exciting time for innovation in law and technology."
@KJ_Hammond is up next, talking about @Northwestern's unique CS+X initiative. "Some of the things that [CS] is building . . . will have impact on the nature of the law." "For us, we're going to figure out a partnership" between #computerscience and #law.
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Next panel on #nextgen of problem solvers and enabling #interdisciplinarity, bringing trainee voices to the table ๐Ÿ‘ #CSPC2018 @sciencepolicy
Ghose leads the #womeninscience Centre at @Laurier and works in physics and computer science ncl #quantum, and #interdisciplinary is just a big word to her. There is no choice to cross disciplines in her research, which also bridges into #SocialSciences #CSPC2018
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Thanks to 2 grants, from @NEHgov and @usedgov, I worked with @WikiEducation to create a project for my #HSCI in Latin America class at @MissouriSandT/@sandtcasb. Sharing links in thread to edited articles on @Wikipedia. Students did AMAZING work. Almost 1 million total views!
First rule in this project was NOT to underestimate how hard undergrads work to produce quality research. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chapultepโ€ฆ
Second rule: Trust students to be experts! They need to hear that they can be. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_โ€ฆ
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