MCubed is honored to be
part of the University of
Michigan’s Third Century
Initiative, established by
the President and Provost.
This symposium is generously cosponsored
by the Office of the Provost and the Office of
the Vice President for
Research (OVPR).




































































































































The first MCubed Symposium was a smashing success! We hope you were able to attend the event on November 15, 2013, and experience the excitement and creative energy MCubed collaborators generated! Enjoy video highlights of the day!

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Valerie Johnson, MCubed Managing Director
Martha Pollack, Provost and Executive Vice President, Academic Affairs, University of Michigan


Introduction: David C. Munson, Robert J. Vlasic Dean, College of Engineering
Tony Fadell, Founder and CEO, Nest

The MCubed Difference, part 1
(Rackham Auditorium)
Introduction: Janet Weiss, Dean, Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, University of Michigan
Collaboration Cubed: Faculty-Student Team, UM-Detroit Partnership, Entrepreneurship Networks

Oral HPV, Sex and Cancer: The Bridge from Math to Medicine

Combating Vote-Selling: A Field Experiment in the Philippines

Opening the Music Archive: Community, Memory and Ethical Access

Integrative Study of Interspecies Disease in Kenya’s Diverse Dry Lands

The MCubed Difference, part 2 (Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre)
Introduction: Stephen Forrest, Vice President for Research, University of Michigan

Eugenics and Coerced Sterilization in California: A Digital History

AIM-AT-BP (Artificial Intelligence Medication Adherence messages To improve Blood Pressure)

Seeing is Believing: Electron Microscopy and the Art of DNA Sushi

Jeweled Net of the Vast Invisible

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