Teaming Grants support the early-stage planning and capacity building of large multidisciplinary projects.
- Bopaya Bidanda: Pitt MAC: From Titusville to Tuver with a stop in Lagos
Bopaya Bidanda, Industrial Engineering, with additional colleagues John Stoner, UCIS; John Wallace, Social Work; Ravi Madhavan, Katz; and M. Najeeb Shafiq, School of Education.
From Titusville to Tuver with a stop in Lagos
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- Giuseppe Intini: Advancing the Pittsburgh Center for Interdisciplinary Bone and Mineral Research (PCIBMR)
Giuseppe Intini, School of Dental Medicine, with colleagues Dobrawa Napierala, Dental Medicine; Deborah Galson, Medicine; Peter Alexander, Orthopaedic Surgery; Partha Roy, Bioengineering; Juan Taboas, Dental Medicine; and Shilpa Sant, Pharmaceutical Sciences
Advancing the Pittsburgh Center for Interdisciplinary Bone and Mineral Research (PCIBMR)
- Yu-Ru Lin: Cultural Representativeness in the Principles of AI
Yu-Ru Lin, School of Computing and Information, with colleagues Morgan Frank, SCI; Edouard Machery, History & Philosophy of Science; Ben Rottman, Psychology; and Heath Cabot, Anthropology. This project is aligned with the themes of the Year of Data & Society.
Cultural Representativeness in the Principles of AI
- Michele Reid-Vazquez: Pittsburgh Transformations Project: Race, Migration, Education, and Healthcare
Michele Reid-Vazquez, University Center for International Studies, with colleagues Alaina Roberts, History; Abimbola Fapohunda, Africana Studies; Arif Jamal, ULS; Gina Garcia, School of Education; Patricia Documet, Graduate School of Public Health; and Martha Mantilla, ULS. This project aligns with the 2021-2022 call for projects investigating the social determinants of health.
Pittsburgh Transformations Project: Race, Migration, Education, and Healthcare