Illinois 150: The 21st Century Research University and the Public Good

Authors

Kevin Hamilton (ed)
University of Illinois

Synopsis

This book commemorates the Illinois 150 conference, a celebration of interdisciplinary research at Illinois on the occasion of the university's 150th anniversary. Across six disparate themes, leading scholars from at home and abroad reflected on what research is most needed today to sustain our world. For this publication, a few outstanding students contributed reflective reports on the conference's six parallel symposia. Also included are abstracts and other visual documentation of the event.

Please cite this book using the identifier 10.21900/wd.8

Chapters

  • Introduction
  • Keynote Address
  • Advancing Food-Energy-Water System Resilience Through a Regional Resource Recovery Network
  • Death by Policing
    Race, State Violence, and the Possibility of Justice
  • Humanities and Public Life
  • Revolutionizing Brain Plasticity Through Advanced Science, Engineering, and Medicine
  • Technocultural Futurisms
    Code, Hack, Move
  • Uniting Infection Biology for One Health

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Published

September 26, 2019

Details about this monograph

ISBN-13 (15)

978-1-946011-07-7

Date of first publication (11)

2019-09-26