Technology Archive

Marcella del Signore, New York Institute of Technology – Collaboration and Digital Spaces

On New York Institute of Technology Week:  Our interactions with spaces have expanded beyond the physical.

Corey Johnson, University of Waterloo – Geo-Social Dating Apps

Dating practices are being changed again by Geo-social networking applications. Corey Johnson, professor in the department

Takeru Igusa, Johns Hopkins University – The Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles

Self-driving cars might not be a boon to everyone. Tak Igusa, professor of civil and systems

Hala ElAarag, Stetson University – Transmission Control Protocols

Our most common internet transfer protocols could use an update. Hala ElAarag, professor of computer science

Rick Vaz, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Women in STEM Fields

On Worcester Polytechnic Institute Week:  Keeping more women in STEM programs is a key focus for

Shawn O’Bryhim, Franklin & Marshall College – Manuscript Illuminator

On Franklin & Marshall Week: Not all technology has been made small enough yet. Shawn O’Bryhim,

James McGrath, Butler University – Artificial Wisdom

On Butler University Week: Computer intelligence can take many forms. James McGrath, professor of religion, looks

Lee Farquhar, Butler University – Tolerance on Facebook

On Butler University Week: How diverse is your Facebook feed? Lee Farquhar, associate professor of entertainment

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