Sustainable Community Development and STEAM Fields: What We Can Learn from a Changing Cuba
Academic experts and scholars from the U.S. and Cuba will share best practices and expand knowledge across a variety of STEAM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) and Community Development. The week begins with a public conference, followed by faculty collaboration meetings and site visits to community projects. The collaboration culminates in a strengthened relationship between Rutgers University and the University of Havana, including a spring trip to Cuba.
Visit https://clc.camden.rutgers.edu/Cuba_Conference_2016.html for conference and registration information.
• Arts and Humanities
• Environmental Justice
• Population Health
• STEM Fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
• Urban Policy and Community Participation
October 31: Opening of the Conference
November 1: Faculty roundtables with visiting Cuban scholars discussing collaborative research projects.
November 2: Site visits to community projects.
November 3: Concluding meetings and wrap-up.
- Community Leadership Center, Rutgers Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs (GAIA)
- Rutgers University Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs
- Rutgers–Camden Office of the Chancellor
- Rutgers–Camden Office of the Provost
- Dean’s Office of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
- Rutgers–Camden School of Nursing
- Department of Public Policy and Administration
- Rutgers-Camden Conferenceand Symposium Funding Grant Program