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Breakout Session 1

June 24 @ 10:45 am - 12:00 pm

Creating Your Own Social Media: An Interactive Design Workshop – Main Hall 206 Josh Wankowski, WAS Alumnus; Undergraduate Student, MSOE

The Basics of Organizing and Security with Social Media and Tech – Hastad Hall 145 Emilio De Torre, Director of Community Engagement, ACLU

Mental Health and Social Media: A Therapist’s Perspective – Shattuck Recital Hall Brandon Wells, MS, LPC

The Mixed Messages of Social Media – Tech Lab 13Skype session Celese Cuffie

Music, the Arts, and Social Media – Main Hall 311 Janice Vogt, Acting Executive Director, The New State

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Social Media – Oak Room AB Nick Meyers, Creative Director, Redfox Creative

Using Social Media to Map Community Spaces – Shattuck Auditorium Dr. Arijit Sen, Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Building Social Movements Through Social Media – Oak Room CD James Godsil


June 24
10:45 am - 12:00 pm
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