Innovation and Collaboration in Liberal Arts (ICLAST) lunch research panels
All Georgia Tech faculty and graduate students are invited to attend Innovation and Collaboration in Liberal
Arts (ICLAST) lunch research panels, an initiative supported by a GT FIRE grant to encourage
research collaborations across Ivan Allen College and with colleagues in other Georgia Tech colleges.
Please RSVP for the final ICLAST lunch of 2014-2015 at http://iac.gatech.edu/ICLAST2015
Friday, February 27, 2015, noon-1:30pm, Room 102, Stephen C. Hall Building, 215 Bobby Dodd Way
“City as Studio: Engaging Atlanta in Research and Practice”
Moderator/Facilitator: Jennifer Clark (School of Public Policy)
Dan Amsterdam (History, Technology, and Society), "The History of Atlanta, Urban America, and the Nation"
Jennifer Bonner (School of Architecture), “A Guide to the Dirty South”
Anna Kim (School of City and Regional Planning), "Keeping Pace with Change: Immigration and Atlanta Metro"