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Breakout Session 2

June 25 @ 10:45 am - 12:00 pm

How Do You Creatively Tell Your Story on Social Media?
Main Hall 206
Linda Menck

Researching Subculture through Social Media
Tech Lab 11 –
Skype session
David Schalliol

Big Programs Don’t Require Big Solutions
Main Hall 311
Learn How Milwaukee Tackles Mass Incarceration

Paul Rinaldi

Art, Activism, and Social Media
Shattuck Auditorium
Panel Discussion: Joe Brusky, Social Media Organizer, Milwaukee Teachers Education Association; Kim Cosier, Faculty, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Peck School of the Arts; and Nicolas Lampert, Faculty, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Peck School of the Arts

Representing the Power of Place
Hastad Hall 145

Bridgette Binczak

Activism in the Digital Age
Shattuck Recital Hall

Tatiana Washington, Executive Director, 50 Miles More

Mobilizing Technology to Expand the Humanities
Oak Room AB

Robert Smith and Will Tchakirides

Technology, Humans, Data and Money – The Business of Social Media
Oak Room CD

Joe Poeschl, Co-Founder and Project Director, The Commons

Democratizing News Production
Tech Lab 13
The Relationship Between the Mainstream Media and Activists During the Tunisian Revolution
DJ Wolover, UWM Sociology Department

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Date:
June 25
Time:
10:45 am - 12:00 pm
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