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  • HSOC Student Uses Instagram to Combat Covid-19 Misinformation in Peru

    September 27, 2021

    With a background in biochemistry, unique insight from her Ph.D. program, and 68,000 followers on Instagram, Alejandra Ruiz-León saw an opportunity to make a difference. Now she is one of the biggest science communicators in her home country of Peru.
  • What Have Our Graduate Students Been Up To? A 2020-2021 Timeline

    May 25, 2021

    Ph.D. Students in the School of History and Sociology
    From presentations in Peru to publications in Germany to virtual events broadcast all over the world, the graduate students in the program for History and Sociology of Technology and Science (HSTS) in the School of History and Sociology (HSOC) have been b
  • John Krige Co-Authors Paper on COVID-19 Research

    March 26, 2021

    Gerhard John Krige
    This paper mobilizes a transnational approach to intervene in the unfolding history of the Covid-19 pandemic, advocating for nationally based, interdependent initiatives that push back against the fragmentation of national responses.
  • HSOC Faculty Awarded SODA Grants

    March 8, 2021

    SODA Grant Winners
    Doug Flamming, Allen Hyde, Jennifer Singh, and Amit Prasad have been awarded one-time SODA grants from the Ivan Allen College.
  • Elise Li Zheng Publishes Work in AI & Society

    February 12, 2021

    Elise Li Zheng
    Zheng's research looks at how the design and interactive experience of self-tracking fitness apps shape user thoughts and habits about fitness, personal achievement, and a "healthy life."
  • Professor Allen Hyde Awarded NSF Grant

    February 8, 2021

    Allen Hyde
    Dr. Hyde will work with a team of scholars on the project "Co-creating Data for Disaster Resilience with Historically Marginalized Communities in Savannah."

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