Students in John Stroup’s Service Learning Class Create Pathways to College

Education Assistant Professor John Stroup and his students have been working with youth at King Street Center to increase confidence and excitement about college. Visit King Street’s newsletter for more information. Visit King Street Center’s web page at www.kingstreetcenter.org. John says, “For those who believe that service learning pedagogy is a powerful way for our students […]

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Brian Hall Publishes in Computers and Society

Hot off the press! Last Friday the article A Synthesized Definition of Computer Ethics  by ITS Assistant Professor Brian Hall was published in ACM Computers and Society. The publication is based on Brian’s PhD thesis work on ethics in computing. Abstract: Computing ethics is a complex area of study that is of significant importance to the computing […]

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Blue Stool #19 — Rhizomes: Why Artists and Activists Should Care About Crabgrass

In the October edition of the Blue Stool pop-up lecture series, this past Tuesday in the atrium of GBTC, Dave Mills discussed the concept of rhizomes as formulated by Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, and how the concept can impact art and activism. You can catch the replay of Dave’s lecture, and many other past […]

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