On Artificial Intelligence

Green College’s second Workshop for Inter-Discipline Exchange and Novelty took place on December 2, 2013, eliciting some great discussions. Enthusiasm for the WIDEN format is building at the college and we will be hosting further WIDENs in the coming academic year, so stay tuned! The lineup: Shoshana Deutsh (science and technology studies): Human and machine […]

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Inaugural Green WIDEN: Lean, Green and Built to Last

On September 30th, 2013, Green College initiated its WIDEN series with an institution-appropriate theme: “Lean, Green and Built to Last.“ From Roman aqueducts to skyscrapers of engineered timber to building community (like Green College) so that we can last, this interdisciplinary panel will discuss the brilliance of concrete (literally) as well as abstract building ideas […]

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Massey Widen – On Space, Thursday, November 8, 2012

On behalf of the Junior Fellow Lecture Series committee I would like to invite you to the third instalment of the series. Please join us at 7:45pm on Thursday November 8 in the Upper Library for three lectures and discussion on the topic of Space. Our speakers this week will be: Christopher Maddison (Computer Science): […]

WIDEN seeking presenters and guest curators

Dear friends of WIDEN, WIDEN at the U of T St. George campus is gearing up for a new season of cross-disciplinary workshops! We’re currently looking for grad students from the U of T community and beyond who are interested in showcasing their research in an interdisciplinary setting. All topics and disciplines are welcome. If […]

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