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HUSC 2101 Open Discussion: Technology and its Problems

HUSC 2101 Open Discussion: Technology and its Problems

Technology and its Problems The Promise and Peril of Machine “Learning” by Dr. David A. Andrews (Dept. of Mathematics) Dreyfus on Disembodied Telepresence and Why Embodied Presence Matters by Dr. Cynthia R. Nielsen (Dept. of Philosophy) Technics and Networks of Desire by Dr. Dennis L. Sepper (Dept. of Human and Social Sciences) Wednesday, Nov 7 3:30 – 5:00 pm Catholic Foundation Board Room, 2nd Floor, Cardinal Farrell Hall Come listen, pose questions, and engage in discussion about how technology is…

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HUSC 2101 Open Presentation: Meaningful Work

HUSC 2101 Open Presentation: Meaningful Work

Meaningful Work The Crucial Role of FIT (and how to assess whether your work is meaningful) A presentation/discussion  by Dr. J. Lee Whittington (The Gupta College of Business) Wednesday, September 19, 12:00 – 12:50 pm Science Building 1 (lower level) Everyone is invited!

HUSC 2101 Open presentation: Woke Wars

HUSC 2101 Open presentation: Woke Wars

Join us for an open talk being given as part of HUSC 2101 Introducing the Human Sciences: Woke* Wars  Whitesplaining, Memeifying, and the Vandalizing of Perception A presentation with discussion by Dr. Charles Sullivan (Human Sciences and History) Wednesday, September 6, noon – 12:50 pm Science Building 42 (between math & physics offices) Everyone is invited to participate! *It means wanting to be considered correct, and wanting everyone to know just how correct you are. (Amanda Hess, New York Times)