Transdisciplinary Lunch Crowd: A diagnostic approach for analysing what went well and not so well in a transdisciplinary project
Transdisciplinarity in North-South collaborations, knowing what happens between natural sciences and social constraints is a challenge. Transdisciplinary projects have large aspirations to advance science and address societal problems. However, their participatory nature leads them to find their own direction, sometimes beyond the scope and conceptual frames we put on them.
On Wednesday, December 15th 12:00-13:00 via MS Teams Click here to join the meeting
Dr Léon Späth from the ETH Zurich TdLab (Transdisciplinary Tab) and Sustainable Agroecosystems Group will lead the session A diagnostic approach for analysing what went well and not so well in a transdisciplinary project.
In the first part, Léon will share a diagnostic approach for evaluating (post-)projects and improving understanding about what went wrong. In the second part, participants will have the opportunity to discuss how to use the diagnostic approach for evaluating their own research projects.
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