Prof. Hilke Schellmann speaks at SXSW panel, Is AI the New HR? Protecting Civil Rights at Work
The panel, held on March 11, 2023, discusses AI and the future of work. In addition to Schellmann, the panel included the Chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Charlotte Burrows and two other panelists.
Prof. Meredith Broussard releases her new book, More Than a Glitch
Broussard's second book, More than a Glitch: Confronting Race, Gender, and Ability Bias in Tech, was released on March 14th, 2023 by the MIT Press.
Prof. Hilke Schellmann gives a Keynote Speech on Gender and AI at the German Mission to the UN
Schellmann discussed how bias creeps into algorithms built by tech companies like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, and is used by social media platforms including LinkedIn and Instagram. The keynote and panel discussion is part of the 67th session of the Commission on the Status of Women. Starts at 28:00.
GloJo student Ailia Zehra Uses Diversity Grant to Start Online Publication “Dissent Today”
The platform covers issues related to human rights and freedom of press.
Prof. Hilke Schellmann’s podcast “In Machines We Trust” wins Bronze Anthem Award
The MIT Technology Review podcast won in the Responsible Technology Podcast or Audio Awareness category.
Prof. Rachel Swarns’ Forthcoming Book Included in the Washington Post’s “What to Read in 2023” List.
The Book, The 272: The Families Who Were Enslaved and Sold to Build the American Catholic Church, is described as an impactful review of American history and the stories of enslaved individuals. Read more in the Washington Post.
Prof. Hilke Schellmann Wins 2022 Signal Award for Investigative Audio Series: In Machines We Trust
The Signal Awards honor outstanding work in podcasting. The MIT Technology Review’s project won the Gold award in Science and Education.
Announcing the winners of the 2022 American Journalism Online Awards
With categories like Best Tiktok Explainer, Best Use of Public Records, and Best News-Based Podcast, the AJO Awards honor excellence in reporting with an emphasis on recognizing the new ways that journalists connect with the public.
NewsDoc alum Shuhao Tse wins 2022 Student Academy Award for his documentary “Found”
Shuhao is the 8th NewsDoc student to win this honor.
Studio 20’s Showcase Project Will Be Featured at ONA 22
The project tackled The Intercept's TikTok strategy.
Cultural Reporting and Criticism Grad Dan Girma to Co-Host New Season of “Embedded”
Along with co-host Kelly McEvers, Dan considers what police reform really means.
NewsDoc alum Shuhao Tse wins Documentary Prize and Special Jury Prize at the Yugo BAFTA Student Awards for his thesis doc film, “Found”
The Yugo BAFTA Student Awards celebrates and rewards the next generation of talented and innovative filmmakers and creatives from around the globe.