Timothy J. Senior

About

Timothy J. Senior is a cross-disciplinary collaboration specialist. His work focuses on how traditional forms of disciplinary activity in the arts, sciences, and humanities might be opened up to new collaborative interactions – a process of creatively challenging disciplinary values and methodologies to drive innovative lines of shared inquiry. He is co-founder and director of supersum, a not-for-profit consultancy based in the UK − the wicked problems agency; supersum supports new and unconventional partnerships to tackle shared problems that resist siloed ways of working (supersum.works). Tim holds an undergraduate degree in Biological Natural Sciences from The University of Cambridge, and post-graduate degrees in Neuroscience from The University of Oxford (DPhil 2008). He has held a variety of research and teaching positions at universities in the UK (The University of the West of England and Arts and Humanities Research Council), Germany (Jacobs University and the Hanse Institute for Advanced Studies), and the US (Duke University). Tim has published more than twenty peer-reviewed articles, edited-books, working papers, and reports. These span subjects as varied as medieval European urbanism, social neuroscience, the design of dementia friendly communities, and knowledge exchange in the creative and cultural industries.

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