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Are Mood and Giving Linked?
Casey J. Wichman of the School of Economics explores this fascinating question in his latest research. Check out our story to learn more about his conclusions, based on the Twitter posts of 20,000 Wikipedia donors.
Mark Leibert, professor of the practice in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC), co-leads the Art and AI Vertically Integrated Project. "LMC has always been about looking at how technology is shaping literature, art, and storytelling in general,” LMC Chair Kelly Ritter says. “The Art and AI VIP is one way we’re doing this."
Researching Conflict in Space
“This project will better equip us to understand whether existing deterrence models can help hold the line in space or whether another model is necessary to prevent a potentially devastating outbreak in orbit," says Mariel Borowitz, the project's principal investigator.
School of History and Sociology
School of Literature, Media, and Communication
"Playing the Belly of the Beast: Games for Learning Strategic Thinking in Tech Ethics," a journal article by Aditya Adnupam, was published in the International Journal of Role-Playing.
"Taking Bloody Revenge for the Environment: Monstrous Ecofeminism and the Eco-Vampire in Dark Fang," a journal article by Brianna Anderson, was published in Gothic Nature Journal.
"RealityMedia: Immersive Technology and Narrative Space", a journal article by So-Youn Jang, Jisu Park, and Jay D. Bolter, was published in Frontiers in Virtual Reality.
"Observable Creative Sense-Making (OCSM): A Method For Quantifying Improvisational Co-Creative Interaction," an article by Manoj Deshpande, Milka Trajkova, and Brian Magerko, was published in Proceedings of the 15th Conference on Creativity and Cognition.
"Fabulation as an Approach for Design Futuring", an article by Noura Howell, was published in DIS '23: Proceedings of the 2023 ACM Designing Interactive Systems Conference.
"Towards Mutual Benefit: Reflecting on Artist Residencies as a Method for Collaboration in DIS", an article by Noura Howell, was published in DIS '23: Proceedings of the 2023 ACM Designing Interactive Systems Conference.
"Designing with Biosignals: Challenges, Opportunities, and Future Directions for Integrating Physiological Signals in Human-Computer Interaction", an article by Noura Howell, was published in DIS '23: Proceedings of the 2023 ACM Designing Interactive Systems Conference.
"Hacking as a Weapon: Exposing the Underlying Imperfections of Neoliberal Democracy Through Technology in Mr. Robot," a book chapter by Zita Hüsing, was published in Regimes of Capital in the Postdigital Age.
"Fostering AI Literacy with Embodiment & Creativity: From Activity Boxes to Museum Exhibits," an article by Brian Magerko, was published in Proceedings of the 22nd Annual ACM Interaction Design and Children Conference (IDC '23).
"AI Meets Holographic Pepper’s Ghost: A Co-Creative Public Dance Experience," an article by Milka Trajkova, Manoj Deshpande, Cassandra Monden, and Brian Magerko, was published in DIS '23: Proceedings of the 2023 ACM Designing Interactive Systems Conference.
Making the World a Better Place: African American Women Advocates, Activists, and Leaders, 1773–1900, a book by Jacqueline Jones Royster, was published by University of Pittsburgh Press.
"Broadening Privacy and Surveillance: Eliciting Interconnected Values with a Scenarios Workbook on Smart Home Cameras," an article by Richmond Wong, was published in was published in DIS '23: Proceedings of the 2023 ACM Designing Interactive Systems Conference.
School of Modern Languages
"Visualizing the Invisible: Korean Esports and the Representation of Gameplay Skill", a book chapter by Keung Yoon Bae, was published in Introducing Korean Popular Culture, published by Routledge.
Dictionnaire Victor Hugo, a volume to which Stéphanie Boulard contributed nine entries, was published by Classiques Garnier.
"Flaubert dans sa Correspondance, 1871–1880: encore un effort pour être républicain? (Flaubert in his Correspondence, 1871–1880: Another Effort to be a Republican?)", a book chapter by Christophe Ippolito, was published in Flaubert dans son siècle (Flaubert in his Century), published by Hermann.
"Ali Samadi Ahadi’s Cinematic Comedy Salami Aleikum: Humor, Gender, and Muslims in Germany," a journal article by Britta Kallin, was published in Colloquia Germanica.
"Political Bias against Atheists: Talk Shows Targeting Arabic-Speaking Audiences", a journal article by Natalie Khazaal, was published in Religions.
"Manga ni tsukawareru onomatope: Manga o tanoshimu tame no onomatope shidō o kangaeru (The Role of Sound Symbolic Words in Japanese Manga: Suggestions to Help Students Understand Mimetic Words and Enjoy Manga)", an article by Kyoko Masuda, was published in the Proceedings of the 25th Japanese Language Symposium in Europe.
"知識の脱中心化 (The Decentering of Knowledge)", a book chapter by Amanda Weiss, was published in 吉見俊哉論 (Yoshimi Shun'ya Theory), published by Jimbun Shoin.
"An Experimental Investigation into Scope Rigidity in Written Mandarin," a journal article by Hongchen Wu, was published in Frontiers in Psychology.
Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
"How to Build and Analyze a Panel Data QCA Model? A Methodological Demonstration of Garcia-Castro and Arino’s Panel Data QCA Model," a journal article by Preya Bhattacharya, was published in Methodological Innovations.
"The EU’s Potential to Lead in 'Ethical and Secure' Artificial Intelligence: Last, Best Hope?", a journal article by Vicki L. Birchfield, Varun Roy and Vignesh Sreedhar, was published in the Journal of Transatlantic Studies.
"Examining the Value of Satellite Data in Halting Transmission of Polio in Nigeria: A Socioeconomic Analysis," a journal article by Mariel Borowitz and Isabelle-Yara Nassar, was published in Data & Policy.
"U.S. Strategic Interest in the Moon: An Assessment of Economic, National Security, and Geopolitical Drivers", a journal article by Mariel Borowitz, was published in the Space Policy.
"Emerging Technologies and NATO's Expansion", a journal article by Margaret E. Kosal, was published in the Transatlantic Policy Quarterly.
"中华秩序、大一统与国际民主, (The China Order: Grand Unity and International Democracy)" a journal article by Fei-Ling Wang, was published in the China Journal of Democracy (no link).
"The Transatlantic Regulatory Relationship: Limited Conflict, Less Competition and a New Approach to Cooperation," a book chapter by Alasdair R. Young, was published in The Routledge Handbook of Transatlantic Relations published by Routledge.
"The Influence of Institutional Single-Family Rental Investors on Homeownership: Who Gets Targeted and Pushed Out of the Local Market," a journal article by Brian Y. An, was published in Journal of Planning Education and Research.
"Drawdown Georgia Business Compact: A Partnership Advancing Collective Action for Climate Mitigation," a book chapter by Marilyn A. Brown, was published in Higher Education and SDG17: Partnerships for the Goals (Higher Education and the Sustainable Development Goals).
"Localizing Climate Solutions: Case Study of Drawdown Georgia", a case study by Marilyn A. Brown, was included in CAETS Energy Report 2022: Towards Low-GHG Emissions from Energy, published by the International Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences (CAETS).
"Cultural Systems," a book chapter by Andrew Buskell, was included in the Oxford Handbook of Cultural Evolution.
"Evolved Open-Endedness in Cultural Evolution: A New Dimension in Open-Ended Evolution Research", a journal article by Andrew Buskell, was published in Artificial Life.
"The Labor Market Outcomes of Bilinguals in the United States: Accumulation and Returns Effects," a journal article by Olga Churkina and Matteo Zullo, was published in PLOS ONE.
"Do We Have Procreative Obligations to AI Superbeneficiaries?" an article by Sherri Conklin, was published in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Ethics.
"Impact of Geographic Diversity on Citation of Collaborative Research," a journal article by Cassidy R. Sugimoto, was published in Quantitative Science Studies.
"Network Interventions: Applying Network Science for Pragmatic Action in Public Administration and Policy," a journal article by Travis A. Whetsell, was published in Perspectives on Public Management and Governance.
"Democratic Governance and Global Science: A Longitudinal Analysis of the International Research Collaboration Network," a journal article by Travis A. Whetsell, was published in PLOS ONE.
PI: Allen Hyde (HSOC)
Project: User Discovery for Youth Advocacy for Resilience to Disasters$50,000 Amount:
Sponsor: National Science Foundation
PI: Franziska Tsufim (LMC)
Project: Extension Requests and Student Autonomy: Fostering Help Seeking Behaviors in Historically Marginalized Student Populations by Introducing Extension Hour Logs into the ClassroomAmount: $1,300
Sponsor: Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education
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