Then, it was time to move on to the next pairing and eight more rounds of speed-networking. 23 gathering at the Social Science Research Commons in Woodburn Hall was the second of three speed-networking events organized by Meryl Bertenthal and her team at the Office of the Vice Provost for Research in collaboration with Professor Peter Todd and graduate student Samantha Cohen, both in the Department of Psychology and Brain Sciences.
The events, funded by OVPR, are part of an ongoing study on the formation of academic partnerships and the best ways to ignite them.
Others, like SPEA professor Matthew Baggetta, saw network theory as potentially useful to their work.Springbuk CEO Rod Reasen and account executive Lauren Howard meet with executives from Indiana companies during Tech Point's suite speed dating event last week at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis.| Photo courtesy of Tech Point For all the success of Central Indiana’s tech industry, including billion in initial public offerings and acquisitions in the last decade, there’s at least one area where it still falls short.Building more relationships “is something our maturing tech community needs more of right now,” he said.So, like matchmakers who set up dates, Tech Point on Oct. Her friend, Woman Number Six, quickly corroborates.“She is.