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Talking With André Brock About Black Twitter’s Fate
André Brock, associate professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication and an expert on Black Twitter, says not to count Black Twitter out just yet.
Men Still Dominate Scientific Research; Here Are 26 Ways to Change That
Equality for women in science is not just good for women but also for science, says Cassidy R. Sugimoto, professor and Tom and Marie Patton Chair in the School of Public Policy. Her new book Equality for Women in Science lays out recommendations to move us closer to that goal.
Haizheng Li has been appointed as the first-ever associate chair for the School of Economics. Li, a professor who joined the School in 1997, will continue in his role as chair of the Review, Promotion, and Tenure Committee for the current year.
Cici McNamara, assistant professor in the School of Economics, recently presented on “Hospital Consolidation and New Technology Diffusion” during a “Rising Stars in Health Economics” session at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting in Seattle.
The Sci Fi Lab and School of Literature, Media, and Communication Regents’ Professor Lisa Yaszek will host two international science fiction scholars during the fall semester. Maria Parra is a Spanish graduate student from the University of Murcia researching representations of the apocalypse in American science fiction across media. Slava Malykh is an independent Fulbright scholar from Russia researching hybridity in Russian and U.S. speculative fiction. In addition to regularly sharing their work with the Lab, they will present their work in public lectures hosted by the Georgia Tech Library.
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