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Collaborative Approaches to Complex Questions

July 29, 2013

The Neubauer Collegium shares research with the public while making the University a destination for collaborating academic leaders.

The State as History and Theory

July 28, 2013

Elisabeth Clemens aims to bring together history, political science, and sociology in one of the Neubauer Collegium's inaugural projects.

The Source Week Three: Math, Cryptography and Preventing Youth Violence

July 26, 2013

Through online and in-person activities, players acted as detectives and cryptographers for the week. Youth honed their logic and deductive reasoning skills while learning real-world applications for math, the intricacies of criminal investigation, and the far-reaching effects of youth violence on a community and society.

The Source Week Two: Science, Reproductive Health and Community

July 19, 2013

Week 2 of The Source emphasized science, reproductive health and community.

The Source Week One: Engineering, Urban Planning and Sustainability

July 12, 2013

This week, the Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation in Sexual and Reproductive Health (Ci3) launched a new summer program with 150 high school youth: The Source, created by Ci3's design lab, Game Changer Chicago.

How hands do the talking

May 13, 2013

New Center for Gesture, Sign, and Language launches interdisciplinary project with Neubauer Collegium

An Interview with Dr. Patrick Jagoda about Lucidity.

May 10, 2013

Patrick talks about the design process for Lucidity, and the joys and challenges of working with young people and technology.

Lucidity: Connected Learning and Transmedia Games

May 10, 2013

Game Changer Chicago (GCC) Design Lab is an interdisciplinary initiative developed by Melissa Gilliam (Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology/Pediatrics) and Patrick Jagoda (Assistant Professor of English) at the University of Chicago.

Professors to Compare Economies throughout History

April 16, 2013

Two Booth professors will study and collaborate on comparative economics under an interdisciplinary program funded by the Neubauer Family Collegium for Culture and Society. 

University of Chicago Selects KHA to Design Home for Neubauer Collegium

March 29, 2013

The University of Chicago has selected Kliment Halsband Architects to design a new home for the Neubauer Family Collegium for Culture and Society, in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. The Neubauer Family Collegium is a new initiative intended to expand the boundaries of humanistic study through scholarly cross collaboration and interdisciplinary research.

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