The final session was facilitated by Provost Holden Thorp and gave participants the opportunity to reflect and comment on the discoveries and dialogues that took place over the course of the previous day.
The conversation focused on how to move forward with ongoing discussions as well as action steps that addressed the day’s themes.
Watch the videos below.
Holden Thorp, PhD
Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor
Rita Levi-Montalcini Distinguished University Professor
- Amee Azad
Undergraduate Student, Biochemistry and Anthropology; Arts & Sciences
- Dedric Carter, PhD
Associate Provost, Associate Vice Chancellor for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Professor of Practice; School of Engineering & Applied Science
- Edward Lawlor, PhD
Dean and William E. Gordon Distinguished Professor; Brown School
- Ashley Macarander
Doctoral Student, Lynne Cooper Harvey Fellow in American Culture Studies; Arts & Sciences
- Will Ross, MD
Associate Dean of Diversity and Professor of Medicine; School of Medicine
- Rose Windmiller
Associate Vice Chancellor for Government and Community Relations