Faculty members from Arts are invited to join members of local businesses, larger corporations, and the non-profit sector at THE MUSEUM to begin a dialogue to address common questions, solve problems, and together, build products and services that will make a meaningful difference to people and economies in Canada and the world.
Business is about customers, and customers are people. More than 280 Arts researchers working within and across the social sciences, humanities, and creative arts study people, their interests, and their creative output.
The Arts Research Collision event will be an excellent opportunity for faculty members to meet representatives from industries to discuss potential partnerships in areas such as:
risk analysis / investment / digital communication / emotional
intelligence / e-learning / cultural understanding / neuroscience / decision making / child development / mental health / health and wellness / gaming / human-computer interactions / security and surveillance / digital design / data analytics / human diversity / and other areas.