15-16 MARCH 2017
Martin Conference Center @ Harvard
Innovation, Inspiration, and Hope in a VUCA World
CIS@HARVARD provides a unique opportunity to bring together stakeholders from academia, government, international agencies, NGOs, non-profits, and social entrepreneurs to explore and share practical, evidence-based solutions to some of the world’s most pressing contemporary challenges. The theme driving the 2017 summit is Innovation, Inspiration, and Hope in a VUCA World.
The summit program is comprised of keynote speeches, interactive workshops, panel discussions, oral and poster presentations, and opportunities for networking with a diverse group of global professionals who care deeply about the world’s most pressing challenges. Join fellow problem solvers at Harvard in engaging discussions on how to foster innovation, inspiration, and hope in this so-called VUCA world!
WAYS OF PARTICIPATING
ORAL PRESENTER: 25 minutes (20 minute presentation, 5 minute Q & A).
POSTER PRESENTER: 3 hours (held on 15 March from a.m. coffee break through lunch).
ABSENTEE PRESENTER: For those unable to join us in person at Harvard, we offer the opportunity to participate as an Absentee Presenter. Absentee Presenters can: (1) upload a narrated presentation to our website and social media sites; (2) publish his/her abstract in the Conference Program Book; and (3) publish his/her paper in the Conference Proceedings.
NON-PRESENTER (LISTENER): Participate in the various presentation sessions.
PRESENTATION SUBMISSIONS / REGISTRATION
Oral, Poster, Workshop, and Absentee Presentation proposals are accepted through the final deadline of 17 February 2017. Presentation submissions can be made using the Online Submission Form below. The Program Committee reviews proposals on a rolling basis and authors will typically receive a decision within two weeks of his/her submission.
For those interested in attending as a Non-Presenter (Listener), start the registration process by completing the online submission form below by 3 March 2017.