Professor Robert Frodeman & Professor J. Britt Holbrook played a central role in the 2011 meeting of the Network for Transdisciplinary Research | Philosophy & Religion

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December 6, 2011

Professor Robert Frodeman & Professor J. Britt Holbrook played a central role in the 2011 meeting of the Network for Transdisciplinary Research

9/14-9/16/2011. Prof. Robert Frodeman http://csid.unt.edu/about/People/frodeman.html & Prof. J. Britt Holbrook http://csid.unt.edu/about/People/holbrook.html played a central role in the 2011 meeting of the Network for Transdisciplinary Research http://www.transdisciplinarity.ch/e/index.php (TD-Net) in Bern, Switzerland.

Besides Professor Frodeman's plenary presentation "The Specter of Sustainability" (download abstract http://csid.unt.edu/files/The%20Specter%20of%20Sustainability.pdf), Professors Frodeman & Holbrook organized a workshop for attendees: "Evaluating the Broader Impact of Inter- and Transdisciplinary Research Proposals" (download abstract http://csid.unt.edu/files/TDNet2011_Workshop.pdf).

See the full conference program at TD-Net...http://www.transdisciplinarity.ch/e/Conference/international/2011/index.php