This presentation was part of a poster session at the 2015 AEJMC conference in San Francisco, California. A paper based on this publication is currently under review. More information on the CABECT project is available on our research website. Collaborating Across Boundaries to Engage Journalism Students in Computational Thinking from Kim Pearson
This is the morning after a grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri declined to indict Officer Darren Wilson for the August 9, 2014 shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown. I watched St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch’s announcement, said a prayer for Brown’s family, the people of Ferguson and the protestors who filled the streets outside the […]
The slides below are from a presentation I gave today as this semester’s Faculty Senate Colloquium lecturer at The College of New Jersey. To be chosen by one’s peers to deliver such a research talk is a singular honor. I am particularly grateful to my English department colleague, the distinguished scholar and pundit Cassandra Jackson, […]
Flyer summarizing the CABECT project More information at http://tardis.tcnj.edu/cabect
Presentation on computational journalism with Ingrid Sturgis and Jon Fortt. to the National Association of Black Journalists convention, July 31, 2014, Boston Massachusetts.