My “Media Aesthetics” students worked with students from Elizabeth Jacobs’s “Social Psychology” class, where students wrote editorials and designed infographics about cognitive dissonance. My students helped the psychology students with their drafts, then chose essays they thought had a good chance of going viral, and used WordPress, Facebook, Twitter and Hootsuite to publicize those selections.
Legos and M&M’s Bulge Illusion
Mars Is a Hellhole: Colonizing the red planet is a ridiculous way to help humanity.
Studying STEM Isn’t The Career Boost We Think
Long Live The English Major—If It’s Paired With An Industry-Recognized Credential
Disruptive Decorations: Kids learned better in a sparesly-decorated CMU lab
William Shatner: My Problem With Twitter's Verified Accounts