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Join us for the 8th Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics, Friday, November 9th, at Loyola’s downtown campus near the Water Tower. This year’s conference theme is “From the Margins,” featuring topics related to women, people of color, and other peoples disenfranchised by and through technology.

General Information

The one-day symposium will feature Catherine D’Ignazio, who teaches data visualization and civic media at Emerson College and is a pioneering voice in feminist tech; engineer and former Uber developer Susan J. Fowler, who was formerly Time Magazine’s person of Year for breaking the silence on sexual harassment in the workplace; Mish Zimdars who helped pioneer OpenSources.co, a project that navigates fake and otherwise misleading “news” websites; and University of Michigan’s Andre’ Brock who’s expertise includes African American Cyberculture.

Also presenting this year:

Mathias Klang, Fordham, Nora Madison, Chestnut Hill, Teri Finneman, University of Kansas, Joy Jenkins, Reuters Institute, Ryan J. Thomas, Missouri, Iris Bull, Javon Goard, Tristan Gohring, & Lucas Kempe-Cook, Indiana, Ben Medeiros, Newman, Brian Collins, Jose Marichal, Richard Neve, California Lutheran, Zachary J. McDowell, Illinois Chicago, Robin D. Burke, DePaul & Victoria I. Burke, Ryerson, Stephenson Waters, Florida, Jennifer Rosales, Georgetown, Melissa Brough, Cal State Northridge, and Ioana Literat, Columbia.

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