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Cheryl Brown Henderson will talk about her personal experience with segregated schools and how Brown v. Board of Education came to be.
André Brock, associate professor of media studies at Georgia Tech, will discuss where Blackness manifests in the ideology of Western technoculture.
Lia Bozarth will discuss how to improve the classification of fake news in the research community.
The new Center for Ethics, Society and Computing kicks off with a half-day of prominent panelists discussing current issues in information.
This annual event brings together faculty, researchers, students, staff, and the public for multidisciplinary conversations about privacy’s role in society.
New York Times journalist Davey Alba and UMSI associate professor Ceren Budak examine how demagogic political campaigns worldwide have weaponized the social media platform.
A panel of experts, including U-M alumnus R Stanton Jones will discuss the influence that technology and social media exert on social justice issues.
The UMSI Committee for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion invites the UMSI community to celebrate the Year of the Rat.
UCLA Prof. Paola Giuliano examines a determinant of cultural persistence that has emerged from a class of models in evolutionary anthropology.
Prof. David Dunning will discuss the implications of motivated resoning for politcal partisanship and whether people really believe the false beliefs that they espouse.