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Work in the 21st Century:
Innovations in Research

Research doesn’t just live in libraries and academic papers; it has a profound impact on our day to day lives. Work in the 21st Century: Innovations in Research is a dynamic evening that showcases the SFU researchers and entrepreneurs who are leading the way in making innovative impacts in the new world of work.

This event features a combination of interactive displays and rapid-fire presentations by faculty, staff, students and alumni from across SFU’s faculties, departments, programs and campuses. Enjoy light refreshments and a cash bar as you move throughout the space, interacting with researchers and hearing presentations. Learn how SFU’s remarkable research community is making the new world of work more productive, safe, equitable, and inclusive.

This is a free event but registration is required. Snacks and refreshments will be served, and a cash bar will be available.

Presenters

Paola Ardiles 
Wellbeing at work: promoting health through innovation and participation

Ellen Balka
Observational Studies of Work: Watching People Work in Order to Improve Work for Workers

Ara Beittoei and Nicole Hanbury
Social Hiring and Community Benefits Agreement

Thomas Culham and Neha Shivhare
Action Research on the Application of Meditation in Business Leader Ethics Education

Kristen Elkow and Qara Clemente
Coworking Spaces

John Gray
The Ecosystem of Fake: Bots, Information and Distorted Realities

Andy Hira
The Challenges and Opportunities of the Sharing Economy: Examples of Leading Edge Companies

Alberto Lusoli
Understanding labor in startup ventures: a data-driven ethnographic approach

Tom Walker
The Future Isn't What it Used to Be

Maya Schofield, Queenie Tran, Adam Rossi, Tawanda Musawi
Civic Innovation Change Lab

WHEN

Mon, 26 Feb 2018 | 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

WHERE

Segal Graduate School of Business
500 Granville St., Vancouver

Room 1200

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