- Please remind me to press “RECORD” if needed.
- NYU Accommodations for Student Participation in Election Activities
- Phase 2 Suggestions
- Note on NYU events and extra credit opportunities
- CMD-IT Graduate School Fair
- Spring Course: Making & Manufacturing as Sociocultural Practice
Agenda (may be re-ordered to work with guest speaker’s schedule)
- Guest Speaker: Julie Ciccolini, NACDL Full Disclosure Project
- Resource of the day, Medical Bias Clips
- Student Blog Spot Talk (chosen at random)
- Diversity and Design and accessibility
- If there’s time: Kibera News Network channel breakouts
- Due Thursday, 10/29:
- If you haven’t already, finish your midterm and all Phase 1 blog posts, which are due TONIGHT.
- To prepare for Thursday, watch one short video from the Kibera News Network channel.
- Phase 2, Blog Post #3. Please discuss Julie Ciccolini’s presentation of the NACDL Full Disclosure Project (email@example.com). What does this project have to do with diversity? What does it have to do with technology? Please take a look at one or more of the links mentioned during the presentation:
- CAPSTAT: Civil Rights Lawsuit/Allegation Data (NYC)
- PACER.uscourts.gov case locator system (Federal)
- Citizens Police Data Project (Chicago)
- NYC Citizens Civil Review Board (CCRB) Youth Advisory Council, for more CCRB links see the Extra Credit doc
- NY Civil Liberties Union statement on repeal of Law Section 50-A (police data)
Announcements + Extra Credit
- 10/27 @ 6:00: ON AND BEYOND THE STAGE: PRACTICING DISABILITY ACCESS, AESTHETICS, & TECH (Harvard Dance)
- 10/29 @ 5:30: What Can a Body Do?: How We Meet the Built World (discussion of new book on design, disability, and activism)
- Write a post about the events above or any of the following:
- Sesame Workshop Writers’ Room, a fellowship program for underrepresented writers in children’s media, will be available next month, in mid-November. www.sesamewritersroom.org
- NYU Opportunity for underrepresented students: Pipelines in Quantitative Aging Research Summer Program
- NYU Makerspace $50 Mini-Grants
- NYU Startup Sprints are two-week programs that teach and support aspiring NYU entrepreneur teams to transform their ideas and inventions into businesses. Applications due 11/16.
- NYU Practicum in Fashion Business, Applications due 11/9
- Election Volunteer Opportunities with Immigrant Justice Fund