Technology Archive

Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, The Ohio State University – Facebook and New Mom Insecurity

How many baby photos have you seen today on Facebook? Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, professor of human sciences

Aly Colon, Washington and Lee University – The New Gatekeepers of News

We’re all the gatekeepers of news today. Aly Colon, Professor of Media Ethics in the Department

Joe Moran, Liverpool John Moores University – Is Technology Making Us Shy?

Is technology making us shy? Joe Moran, professor of English and cultural history at Liverpool John

Dwight DeWerth-Pallmeyer, Widener University – Smartphones in the Classroom

Students don’t like putting away their cellphones – even in class. Dwight DeWerth-Pallmeyer, associate professor of

Russell Zwanka, SUNY New Paltz – Global Companies and Social Media

Global companies face a lot of challenges. Russell Zwanka, professor of marketing at SUNY New Paltz,

Laura Sonter, University of Vermont – Nature and Selfies

Taking selfies in nature could help the outdoor space you’re visiting. Laura Sonter, Postdoctoral researcher at

Chris Ferguson, Stetson University – Sex on TV and Teen Behavior

Does more sexual content in mass media lead to more teen sexual behavior? Chris Ferguson, associate

Anthony Vance, Brigham Young University – Security Warnings

Not everyone pays attention to security warnings on their computer. Anthony Vance, associate professor of information

Jean Twenge, San Diego State University – Are Millennials More Sexually Active?

Are millennials more sexually active than previous generations? Jean Twenge, professor of psychology at San Diego

Robert Edgell, SUNY Polytechnic Institute – Health & A.I.

Artificial intelligence could help you make healthier food choices. Robert Edgell, professor of technology management at