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UW community gathers for The Next System Teach-In

This article describes how over 100 students, professors, and community members (including government officials) gathered at University of Washington, Seattle on April 25, 2016 for one of many panels featured in “The Next System Teach-In.”

To cope with the variety of ideas and opinions drifting around in the room, the teach-in was organized to allow 10 minutes of discussion after each panel. Students and community members gathered around to discuss the speakers, their thoughts, and any further questions. They wrote their key takeaways and questions on sticky notes after, which were then organized on a white board near the front of the room by volunteers… Read full article.

Publication date: 2016-04-25
Parent publication: The Daily of the University of Washington
Publication URL: http://www.dailyuw.com/news/article_a63fc8be-0b63-11e6-96cc-a36bc0a6d520.html

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