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A Talk with Mark Brudzinski

Apr 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Kaplan Hall 193,

Non-Academic Tracks for Ph.D Students

Marc Brudzinski designs system-level solutions to real problems. He is constantly amazed by how a deep understanding of real people can inspire groups to re-frame complex problems. Recent collaborators include government ministries, international agencies, universities, and companies in the arts and telecommunications sectors. He is most excited about awakening people’s creative confidence towards the pursuit of collective goals

He is the founder of onesuchdesign, whose mission is to “…reframe complex problems to deepen our insights and free our creativity so we can take action & then tell our story.”

Marc has a Ph.D. in Romance Studies from Duke University. He has published scholarly articles, literary translations, and original poems, and he was awarded a Digital Humanities grant from the US National Endowment for the Humanities for his project on creative telecollaboration in the university classroom. He has taught at University of Miami, State University of New York, Cornell University, and Cornell Weill School of Medicine.

This event is supported by the Dean’s Discretionary fund and the Edward W. Said Chair.

Pizza and refreshments will be provided so please register for the event by 5pm on 4/4/24. 




Apr 5
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Kaplan Hall 193