Aaron Swartz: The Boy Who Could Change the World – Reflections on Technology and Civil Liberties

Aaron Swartz: The Boy Who Could Change the World – Reflections on Technology and Civil Liberties

Aaron Swartz was a programming prodigy, entrepreneur, and information activist who contributed to the core Internet protocol RSS and co-founded Reddit, among other groundbreaking work. However, it was his efforts in social justice and political organizing combined with his aggressive approach…

The Can’t-idates: Craig Tomashoff (’82) tells story of those who run for president in new book

The Can’t-idates: Craig Tomashoff (’82) tells story of those who run for president in new book

Former bureau chief and television producer Craig Tomashoff (B.A., 1982) drove 10,000 miles over 21 days to visit with a number of people who have run for president. He wanted his questions answered: Who are these nearly 500 people who…

Lecturer Ruchika Tulshyan fights for equality in new book ‘The Diversity Advantage’

Lecturer Ruchika Tulshyan fights for equality in new book ‘The Diversity Advantage’

Seasoned Content Strategist and Journalist Ruchika Tulshyan has no problem telling it like it is when it comes to unfair biases for women in the workplace. She began an op-ed piece for The Seattle Times with one stand-alone sentence: “Washington…

Kristen Barta (left) and Maggie Fesenmaier enjoying a trip to the Golden Gate Bridge.

UW Comm Ph.D. candidates selected as CTSP Fellows to research migrant support services

Third year Ph.D. students Margaret (Maggie) Fesenmaier and Kristen Barta have been selected as fellows for the Center for Technology, Society & Policy (CTSP) at the University of California, Berkeley. They will be working together, along with another scholar, on…

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