Center director Douglas Luke presented at the Brown School’s 2013 fall semester inaugural Faculty Research Colloquium on September 16, 2013. His presentation, “The Science Behind Collaboration, and What it Means for Brown,” explores the importance of scientific collaboration, the scientific basis for studying collaboration, and its relevance for the Brown School. His presentation highlighted data from a number of research projects on collaboration, including the CPHSS-led evaluation for the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) Tracking & Evaluation Program. View presentation.
Following his presentation, Dr. Luke led a discussion on the importance of expanding collaboration in light of the Brown School’s ‘One School’ initiative, which aims to establish a unified school and research facility in the expansion of the Brown School.
The Brown School’s Faculty Research Colloquium provides a forum to make faculty research accessible to the Brown community. Over the course of the academic semester, several faculty each present a project or findings from a series of projects to an audience that includes other, doctoral students, MSW students, Brown School staff, and people in the practice community.