ORG Faculty Colloquium Series: Technology and Implications for Society and Culture
Time: 03:30 PM
Join us on Tuesday, February 8, 3:30 pm– 5:00 pm via Zoom for three presentations around the theme of “Technology and Implications for Society and Culture”:
- “The Civic Engagement App: From Conceptualization to Implementation” - Tommy Xie, Professor of English and Amalia Rusu, Associate Professor of Software Engineering.
- “Exploring the Impact of Virtual Reality on CSR Communication” - Wen Zhao, Assistant Professor of Communication.
- “Tune Down the Misinformation, Please: Generating Corrective Messages for COVID-19 Misinformation” - Jie Tao, Associate Professor of Analytics, collaborators Dylan Meyer and Alison Kris, Professor of Nursing.
Register in advance:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Our goal is to help faculty on campus meet others with common interests, expertise, and concerns so that they can engage with one another as collaborators, so please do come to join the conversations.
We look forward to seeing you on February 8!
Office of Research and Grants:
Kathleen Freis, Executive Director, Foundation Relations (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Marie-Laure Kugel, Associate Director, Foundation Relations(email@example.com)
Deb Matthews, Director, Post-Award Administration (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kathy Nantz, Faculty Liaison for Innovative Research (email@example.com)
Julie Peters, Director, Pre-Award Administration (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For more information, contact Marie-Laure Kugel / +1 (203) 254 4000 x3267 / email@example.com