On Culture/Change, October 28, 2011

Friday, October 28, 2011 Presentations: “Using technology to adapt to changes in cultural experiences due to disability” David Fourney (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering) One’s lifespan is defined by change. With age comes disability. Hearing loss is the third most chronic disability among older adults and the fastest growing hidden disability in North America. It affects […]

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On Change, October 4, 2011

CHANGE October 4 2011 “Take Your Right To The City: An Examination of Tempelhof Airport” by Elizabeth Krasner (Architecture) “Computer-aided Drug Development, or ‘How is a laptop like a test tube?’” by Abe Heifets (Computer Science) “A Narrative of the Egyptian Revolution as a Reclamation of Public Space” by Sherif Kinawy (Civil Engineering)

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