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Sarah Morris, Dan Richardson, and Olivia Leu - Democracy in Focus: Exploring Media Literacy with the Carter Center

The Carter Center’s Sarah Morris, Dan Richardson, and Olivia Leu provided insight into the Center's mission, projects, and the crucial role of media literacy in today's society.…

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AI, Art, and Afrofuturism: STEAM learning with Dr. Nettrice R. Gaskins

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Wendy H. Wong - We, the Data: Human Rights in the Digital Age

Wong’s We, the Data is a rallying call for extending human rights beyond our physical selves — and why we need to reboot rights in our data-intensive world. Exploring the pervasiveness of…

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Extension of Self: what it means to be human in a digital world

Four artists from the Extension of Self exhibit sit on a panel with Birney Robert to discuss their art practice and how they navigate the digital world and identity. They question the role that…

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50 Years of Title IX Panel Discussion

On June 23, 1972, Congress passed the landmark legislation of Title IX, forever changing the scope of women’s sports in the United States. As the 50th anniversary takes place in 2022, Georgia…

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Rare Book Spotlight: Joan Blaeu’s Grooten Atlas

Join Alison Reynolds, Research Services and Instruction Archivist at the Georgia Tech Library; Jim Sowell, Astronomer and Observatory Director at Georgia Tech School of Physics; and Nick Wilding,…

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Gideon Marcus - What Science Fiction Got Wrong...and Right! (and how you make the future)

In the 1950s and '60s, scientists and engineers were hailed as saints of progress. People believed that technology would solve all of the world's problems. But the science fiction and…

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Economic Mobility as a Tool for a Sustainable Future with Raphael Bostic, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

Raphael Bostic, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, discusses "Economic Mobility as a Tool for a Sustainable Future." Bostic will be in conversation with Dean Kaye Husbands…

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Ruth Kanfer - Ageless Talent: Enhancing the Performance and Well-Being of Your Age-Diverse Workforce

Kanfer will discuss the book’s strategies and tools for addressing problems related to employee motivation, performance, and well-being in the context of rapid technological and social change.…

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Panel Discussion with Former Students of Hin Bredendieck

How did Hin Bredendieck’s teaching philosophy and experience at the Bauhaus impact designers who studied under him? Join the Georgia Tech Library for a live streamed panel discussion with the…

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Bauhaus Book Talk: Hin Bredendieck: From Aurich to Atlanta

The Georgia Tech Library welcomes Gloria Köpnick and Rainer Stamm in conversation with Dean Leslie Sharp for a lively discussion of their 2020 book Hin Bredendieck: From Aurich to Atlanta. This…

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Ismael Rafols - Mapping How Science May Contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Analysts are rapidly developing methods to map publications to SDGs in the face of policy demands. However, as reported by Armitage et al. (2020), a high degree of inconsistency is found when…

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Diana Hicks - Best Practices in Research Metrics: A Conversation with the lead author of the Leiden Manifesto

Join Professor Diana Hicks of the Georgia Tech School of Public Policy for a conversation about the Leiden Manifesto for Research Metrics. There will be a high level overview of the 10 principles to…

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Professor Debate on the Topic - Do We Live In a Simulation?

Do we live in a simulation? The School of Physics and the Society of Physics Students will host a public debate between faculty from the College of Science and the College of Computing to answer…

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John Wise, Gongjie Li - Cosmology and Exoplanets: Unpacking the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics

Cosmology studies the universe at the largest scales, applying the laws of physics over billions of light years and all the way back to the universe's infancy. In dozens of groundbreaking…

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David Hu - Cube-Shaped Poo and Georgia Tech's Second Ig Nobel Prize

How does a wombat produce cube-shaped feces? How long does it take an elephant to urinate? Answering these two questions have landed David Hu two Ig Nobel Prizes, awards given at Harvard University…

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