Entrepreneurs in secondary and higher education will discuss the real-life educational solutions that they have implemented. The discussion will cover a wide range of topics including the role of a liberal arts curriculum in fostering women’s leadership in Asia; local and global solutions to the problem of student disengagement; the impact of new educational technologies in the classroom; and the use of animation and other media to develop career skills in science, technology, engineering and math.
Basil Kolani, Director of Information Services and Head of Technology at Dwight School, Co- curator of TEDxNYED conference.
Samuel C. Silverstein, M.D., John C. Dalton Professor of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics, Professor of Medicine, and Founder of Columbia University’s Summer Research Program for Science Teachers.
Mona Sinha,Trustee at Smith College, Co- chair of Smith Women Leading Change, and founding member of the Asian Women’s Leadership University, Board of The Social Enterprise Program at The Columbia Business School.
Ritu Banga, Co- founder, Managing Director of Zoomdojo
When: Tuesday, December 10, approximately 7:15pm EST, after attendee check-in and refreshments.
Where: Wherever is most convenient for you! Webinar instructions are below.
Note: This Webinar will only be on during real-time. Updates regarding potential recording will be given if applicable!
Below is the information needed for the students to access the webinar:
- Click on the URL to take you to the Webinar: https://seyfarth.
- Login as a guest. Enter your first name, last name and email address where indicated.
NOTE: The screen may take a few seconds to load.
- Once logged in, you will be prompted for audio options. You can either dial-in on your telephone or on your computer.
For the computer:
1. Click on “Call My Computer”
2. Hit “Connect Me”
NOTE: May take a few moments to load. Do not exit out of the loading screen. The webinar’s audio is clearer if speakers or headphones are used.
For the Telephone:
1. US Toll Free Number: 1-877-211-3621
2. Participant Passcode: 332 974 7590 followed by the # key