A recent research project by ELab Director Eric Gordon and a partner explored how city leaders and technologists are using (or imagining) technology to create or restore trust with their constituents.
The night included performances, live art, and a discussion with Grandmaster Melle Mel.
The movie will be shown for 12 months on JetBlue’s seatback entertainment.
As a medical speech language pathologist, Assistant Professor Lindsay Griffin specializes in research and clinical care of a vital function that is often taken for granted or misunderstood.
Join Engagement Lab Director Eric Gordon and Stanford University Knight-Hennessey Scholar Tomás Guarna for an examination of tech-based solutions being implemented by city governments in Argentina, Spain, and the U.S. … Continue Reading Solving for Trust: Innovations in Smart Urban Governance
“Charlotte brought us to the well of knowledge,” Trustee Gary Grossman ’70 said.
Nobody puts live productions together like Emersonians.
Daniel Kwan ’10 and Daniel Scheinert ’09
Assistant Professor Deion Hawkins writes about the future of Black Twitter, particularly in the context of police brutality and racism, now that Elon Musk owns Twitter.
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