Bridging Euclid Avenue project receives a competitive ThinkBig Seed Sprint Award

An exciting collaborative project, Bridging Euclid Avenue: Creating a Dialogue between Art History and STEMM Departments, received a generous ThinkBig Seed Sprint award. The project team includes Profs. Henry Adams, Elizabeth Bolman, Elina Gertsman, Mark Griswold (Radiology), and Harsh Mathur (Physics), and PhD student Aimee Caya. Seed funds will be used to bring together a group of faculty members and graduate students from different departments for a half-day workshop in April. The workshop will give each participant an opportunity to learn about the work of the others, to discuss ongoing collaborations and explore new ones, and to set an agenda for possible joint ventures in research, education, and public outreach. The team hopes that the workshop will seed continuing dialogue and create a community of scholars with common interests on CWRU campus who are at present divided by departmental boundaries.