Meet Victoria Thompson, Chair of the School of History and Sociology
Most city dwellers don't pause to consider how urban spaces help us construct our individual and cultural identity. Victoria Thompson, chair of the School of History and Sociology, is passionate about exploring these questions.
Six-Figure Grant Will Help Engage Underrepresented Students in Computational Media
Historically underrepresented students interested in interactive media careers will soon have better access to related degree programs, thanks to a substantial financial grant from a leading philanthropic foundation.
Srivastava Participates in Panel on Digital Sovereignty
Vagisha Srivastava, a Ph.D. student in the School of Public Policy, was invited to serve as a panelist for a discussion of "Digital Sovereignty" during the recent Workshop on the Economics of Information Security, co-sponsored by the University of Geneva and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research.
Kosal Gives Opening Talk at Threat-Science Research Conference
Margaret E. Kosal, associate professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, gave the opening talk at the Nonproliferation, Counterproliferation and Disarmament Science Gordon Research Conference, held last week in Ventura, California. Kosal spoke on “Disruptive Technologies and WMD Policy."
Oliver Serves as Expert Panelist on Solar Energy in Georgia
Matthew Oliver, associate professor in the School of Economics, participated in a panel on "The State of Solar in Georgia," sponsored by Georgia Tech. Oliver served as an expert panelist for the event, held July 12 at the Kendeda Building.
Yaszek Leads Seminar on the History of Women in Science Fiction
Regents Professor of Science Fiction Studies Lisa Yaszek led a one-day seminar on the history of women in science fiction for the New York Public Library "Histories of the Future" Summer Residency Program for Educators. Yaszek worked with high school teachers from across the U.S. to identify key stories, artists, and trends in science fiction that teachers can use in their classrooms to inspire positive change.
Eric Schatzberg, HSOC
Matthew Oliver, Econ
Ledger-Enquirer (Columbus, GA)
Lisa Yaszek, LMC
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