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Faculty research lightning talks: ‘Implications of Virtual Digitalization to Everything’

The Center for Advancing Research and Creative Activity presents virtual faculty research lightning talks around the theme, Implications of Virtual Digitalization of Everything. Join us virtually at 11 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 11 for faculty presentations and brief question/answer discussions. Please complete the google registration form to receive a calendar invite with a zoom link.

List of presenters:

  • Elisabeth Shook, M.A., Albertsons Library – Representation Matters: Consequences to the Digitalization of Everything
  • Steven Cutchin, Ph.D., Computer Science and Research Computing – Mining Online Art Museums for Research and Education
  • Dawn Sheperd, Ph.D., English and College of Innovation and Design – Must Love Birds: Online Dating and Procedural Enthymeme
  • Lisa Hunt, Ph.D., Keith and Catherine Stein Luminary and School of the Arts – Please Touch the Art! Learning in the Stein Luminary