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Local farmers as well as restaurateurs, caterers and other food business enterprises are encouraged to attend. This event is hosted in partnership with Augusta Locally Grown and EAT Local CSRA.
To attend (either as a farmer or a chef), please RVSP with a text to Kim Hines at 706-288-7895.
The team decided the theme of the event would be on the influence of 3-D technology on visual arts and medicine. Amanda Behr, interim chair and program director, Medical Illustration, and clinic director, Clinic for Prosthetic Restoration, Dr.
They also invited three panelists, in addition to Goldsleger, to participate. Charles Clark, dean of the Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; and Dr.
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Two vital communities became one through the merger.” In addition to a panel discussion moderated by Talasek, the event will include a meet-and-greet where attendees can explain their use of 3-D technology, and learn about how others use it.“I started looking up LASER and realized there was an incredible international network of institutions that do these presentations on a regular basis,” Goldsleger said. “Top schools in the country host LASER events, including University of California, Berkeley, and Stanford University.” Goldsleger hopes the event fosters discussion between the art and science communities.Leonardo/ISAST agreed to let Goldsleger and the Department of Art host the inaugural LASER event for the southeastern region of the U. “The idea for this LASER is to get people to start talking and realize both campuses are active and we share common ground and common interests,” she said.Paul Weinberger, director of research in the Department of Otolaryngology, all agreed to be a part of the event. “He was enthusiastic that we could find this synergy right here on campus,” Goldsleger said.“He was excited to come and moderate a panel discussion.” Talasek suggested Goldsleger submit a proposal to Leonardo/The International Society for Arts, Sciences and Technology (Leonardo/ISAST) to host a LASER event at Augusta University.