The Columbia University Department of Physics will welcome a host of visitors for a special edition of its Community Round Table on Tuesday, April 25. The discussion will address questions like, “What is open science?,” “What does open science look like for me?,” “What resources are available to help me participate in open science?,” and more.
Participants in the round table include:
- Caitlin Carter, Program Manager, Higher Education Leadership Initiative for Open Scholarship (HELIOS)
- Paige Martin, Program Scientist, Transform to Open Science (TOPS) Mission, NASA
- Katherine Brooks, Collections Analysis Librarian, Science, Engineering, and Social Sciences Libraries, Columbia University Libraries
- Kathryn Pope, Digital Repository Manager, Digital Scholarship, Columbia University Libraries
The event will take place from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. in the Theory Center on the eight floor of Pupin Hall. Lunch will be provided (first come, first serve), and come ready to join in the conversation!
Funded by the Arts and Sciences Diversity Matters grant.