STS Graduate Research Symposium

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This event features three presentations on the topic of Science, Technology and Society.

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Georgia Tech Ivan Allen College
ICLAST Science, Technology, and Society (STS) Graduate Research Symposium

Thursday, February 21, 2019
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Bill Moore Student Success Center, Press Room A

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Sandjar Kozubaev, Digital Media
Questioning Futures through STS and Design

 Dara Bright, School of Public Policy
The Impact of Education Policies on African Americans: The Case of the Higher Education Act from 2008-2016

 Mario Bianchini, School of History and Sociology
‘Real Existing’ Utopia: East Germany’s Technological Culture 1949-1989

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