Technology Archive

JJ Ruscella, Shenandoah University – Virtual Reality and Job Interviews

Virtual reality isn’t just for gaming. J.J. Ruscella, associate professor of theater at Shenandoah University, logs

Lee Farquhar, Butler University – Happiness, Life Satisfaction, and Comparing Oneself to Others on Facebook

Social media matters in our happiness, whether we like it or not. Lee Farquhar, associate professor

Parisa Saboori, Manhattan College – Traumatic Brain Injuries

There is much to learn about traumatic brain injuries. Parisa Saboori, associate professor of mechanical engineering

Celia Williamson, University of Toledo – Social Media and Sex Trafficking

On University of Toledo Week: How do you keep teens safe against predators online? Celia Williamson,

Jennifer Kinder, Notre Dame de Namur University – Telerehabilitation

What’s the best way to see a doctor if you can’t leave your house? Jennifer Kinder,

Christopher LeCluyse, Westminster College – Academic Writing as Fantasy Role Playing Game

On Westminster College Week: Gaming could help in your college writing course. Christopher LeCluyse, professor of

Julia Kamenetzky, Westminster College – Light Pollution

On Westminster College Week: Light pollution can have a lot of negative effects. Julia Kamenetzky, assistant

Stephen Coulthart, University of Texas at El Paso – The Perils of Border Security Technology Megaprojects

On University of Texas at El Paso Week:  Borders are becoming increasingly armored as time goes

Scot Miller, Johns Hopkins University – China’s Methane Emissions

We should be concerned about China’s methane emissions. Scot Miller, assistant professor of environmental health at

Stephen M. DiDomenico, SUNY New Paltz – Technology and Everyday Interactions

It’s hard to ignore the buzz of a new text message from your cellphone. Stephen M.