Join us on Tuesday morning, December 13 to renew the annual tradition of the Social Sciences, Humanities & Environmental Network breakfast - in person starting at 8:45, or join online at 9:00 am.
SSHEN has not gathered as a group since fall 2019. There is much rich work around UMass and the Five Colleges related to the environment these days, and the social sciences and humanities have a distinct set of perspectives that are stronger and richer if we are talking to one another. For this reason, we wanted to bring together the social science network--and our humanities colleagues, who were already a growing part of the network, but have been officially added to the name.
To this end, we are returning to the annual reading day SSHEN breakfast. On December 13, please join us in person at the ISSR Lab (Machmer E20) or by zoom for some networking and planning.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Thanks and all the best,
Eve Vogel and the IDS team, with support from the ISSR team
8:45-9:00 - Gather and get food, coffee, etc.
9:00 - Zoom begins
9:00 - 9:10 - Announcements and institutional updates: Diversity disparity climate & environment seminar series, ISSR, IDS seed grants, etc. Please announce opportunities you know of to collaborate with groups on campus and networking in smaller discussion groups
9:10 - 9:40 - Hybrid go-around with brief news and updates, highlighting potential themes of interest
9:40 - 10:00 - Virtual whiteboard: Ideas for spring semester talks/themes for DDC&E seminars, and/or reading and sharing groups --> themed breakout rooms
10:00 - 10:30 - All-group sharing
Supported by the Institute for Social Science Research and the IDS Diversity, Disparity, Climate & Environment Seminars. The IDS seminar aims to provide support, collegial connections, ideas, and dialogue for scholars working at the interface of diversity and disparity, climate and environment. It is open to any Five College faculty, staff, postdocs, or graduate students.