Innovation and Collaboration in Liberal Arts, Science, and Technology (ICLAST) Speaker Series is funded by GT FIRE Transformative Research and Education. Each lunch panel and discussion features GT faculty showcasing Innovation and Collaboration in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC) and the Ivan Allen College (IAC).

Recent Submissions

  • 21st Century Liberal Arts 

    Bankoff, Joe; Goldbart, Paul; Husbands Fealing, Kaye; Laband, David; Potts, Colin; Royster, Jacqueline; Stenport, Anna; Usselman, Steve; Utz, Richard; Wepfer, William (2016-12-02)
    The ICLAST interdisciplinary research discussion series is designed to encourage research collaborations and to disseminate research to faculty, post doctoral fellows, and masters and undergraduate students across the ...
  • East Asian Studies 

    Kikuchi, Masato; Li, Haizheng; Lu, Hanchao; Wang, Qi; Woodall, Brian (2016-04-15)
  • Vaccination and the Public in the 21st Century 

    Hausman, Bernice (2016-03-01)
    Understanding contemporary vaccination controversy demands sensitive attention to the meaning of scientific evidence i the public sphere. Approaching vaccine skepticism from a rhetorical perspective reveals how vaccination ...
  • The Liberal Arts, Technology, and National Security 

    Carlson, Lonnie; Quinn, Michael (2016-02-26)
    Lonnie Carlson's presentation is titled "Precenting Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation - Leveraging Special Operations Forces to Shape the Operational Environment". The potential use of Weapons of Mass Destruction ...
  • Nonhuman Present: Science and Fiction 

    Khapaeva, Dina; Senf, Carol; Kemp, Charlie; Chernoff, Yury; Yaszek, Lisa (2015-10-30)
  • Sports 

    McDonald, Mary G.; Bowman, Kirk S.; Flowers, Benjamin; Millard-Stafford, Mindy L. (2015-10-23)
  • Media, Democracy, and Technology 

    Alonso, Paul; Rodriguez, Juan Carlos; Liu, Jin; Farooq, Nihad (2015-10-16)
  • Big Data 

    Hicks, Diana; Banzhaf, Melissa R.; Youtie, Jan; Forman, Chris (2015-09-25)
    This event featured opening remarks from Professor Diana Hicks (School of Public Policy) and presentations from ARDC Administrator Melissa R. Banzhaf, Adjunct Associate Professor Jan Youtie (Public Policy), and Professor ...
  • Bioethics 

    Berry, Roberta; Biddle, Justin; Levine, Aaron; Singh, Jennifer (2015-09-11)
  • Technology to Broaden Education 

    Freeman, Jason; Guzdial, Mark; Hoffman, Michael; Moon, Nathan (2015-08-28)
  • Challenging Misconceptions about Women's Roles and Contributions in History 

    Brecke, Peter; Foster, Lawrence (2015-02-20)
  • Energy and Security in History, Technology, and Society 

    Brown, Marilyn A.; Lieuwen, Tim; Moreno-Cruz, Juan; Stulberg, Adam N.; Usselman, Steven W. (2015-02-06)
  • Representing Complexity 

    Endert, Alex; Loukissas, Yanni; Murray, Janet (2015-01-16)
  • Open Access in the Academy 

    Hahn, Thomas; Harty, Kevin; Haught, Leah; Holbrook, J. Britt; Rascoe, Fred; Sturtevant, Paul; Swan, Jesse G.; Utz, Richard; Wharton, Robin (2014-10-24)
  • Technology, Development Economics, and Human Rights 

    Dhongde, Shatakshee; Kosal, Margaret E.; Shemyakina, Olga (2014-10-03)
  • Science Fiction Research and Teaching at Georgia Tech 

    Goonan, Kathleen; Telotte, Jay P.; Yaszek, Lisa (2014-09-19)
  • Embodiment of Culture 

    Pollock, Anne; Ting, Lena (2014-08-29)