Technology Archive

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.

Jessica Henry, Montclair State University – Forensic Misconduct

Forensic sciences still has a fallibility – people. Jessica Henry, associate professor in the department of

Travis Fox, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY – Drones

Some stories in the news can give drones a bad reputation. Travis Fox, professor of journalism

Peter Fox, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Data Set Analysis

On Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Week: Are the secrets to solving our problems hiding in plain sight?

Michelle Amazeen, Boston University – Native Advertising

Watch out for ads when reading your morning news stories. Michelle Amazeen, assistant professor in the

Wesley Wildman, Boston University – Computer Simulations For Studying Religion

Can computers study complex human phenomena? Wesley Wildman, professor of philosophy, theology and ethics at the