4 + 1: The Impacts of Academia, Industry, Government and Civil Society on Sustainable Development (Sponsored by IEEE TechEthics)
Saturday, May 20, 1:15 – 2:45 pm

The Quintuple Innovation Helix describes interactions between the education system, the economic system, governments, the public and the natural environment. This IEEE TechEthics panel session will showcase the interaction between the first four helices and the fifth. Featuring an interdisciplinary panel of experts, the goal of this joint session is to identify ways in which the Global Innovation Helix has contributed — and can continue to contribute — to the advancement of a sustainable global environment, with the intent of inspiring impactful collaborations and action.

Moderator: Mark A. Vasquez (IEEE TechEthics)

Sara Belligoni (Rutgers University-New Brunswick, affiliated with the Megalopolitan Coastal Transformation Hub)
Kelly Bohrer (Executive Director, Ethos Center, University of Dayton)
Britt Redd (City of Indianapolis Department of Metropolitan Development)
Carson Reeling (Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University)