WHO[edit | edit source]
- Professor, Faculty of Information University of Toronto
- Formerly Professor of Teaching Arts, Technology, and the Business of Innovation at IY Academy, USC teaching in Academy and USC Gould School of Law
- Formerly Mills College Professor of Sociology, Lorry I. Lokey Chair in Ethics
- PhD Sociology, Yale University, BA Mathematical, Physical & Computer Sciences, New College of Florida
WHY[edit | edit source]
Because: we can educate for innovation and we can innovate in education; computational reasoning matters; human centred design works; information is what's happening; communities are communities of organizations; and justice innovation is a thing.
WHAT[edit | edit source]
COURSES: Human Centred Design + Computational Thinking + Justice Innovation Startup Lab + The Garage Experience + Legal Design Lab + Design Thinking for Higher Education + Capstone Seminars + Simulation and Modeling in the Social and Policy Sciences + Research Methods+ GIS + Sociology of Mass Communication + Social Theory + Human Centered Design + Sociology of Everyday Life + Social Control + The popUp Curriculum + Social Networks + Math and Social Science + Ants, Brains, Cities, and Software
Teaching Evaluations 1998-present
PUBLICATIONS: Notification + Time + Coalitions + Everything is Political + Ghosts of Organizations Past + (reviews+)
EXPRESSIONS: (Innoeduvation blog) (videos...) ++ (talks...) ++ (miscellaneous...)
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