Nebraska Governance and Technology Center names third class of faculty fellows – Nebraska Today

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The Nebraska Governance and Technology Center has announced its third class of faculty fellows.
The fellows are a cohort of academics who are drawn from across the university and are interested in the challenges of changing technology. Each of the faculty fellows approach their research with an interdisciplinary inclination. The goal of the Fellows program is to form a unit of academics who study technology in interdisciplinary terms: transposing language from their chosen field into the study of technology involving law, humanities, sciences, and other fields.
This year’s fellows programming will bring in workshop speakers from across the country and invite fellows in the classroom with Nebraska Governance and Technology students. Fellows will participate in lectures, various sessions, and receive networking opportunities.
2022-23 University of Nebraska Faculty Fellows
• Congrui Grace Jin – College of Engineering
• Srivatsan Kidambi – College of Engineering
• Mark van Roojen – College of Arts and Sciences
• Ingrid Haas – College of Arts and Sciences
• Jason Hawkins – College of Engineering
• Susan VanderPlas – College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
• Matthew Schaefer – College of Law
• Hamid Bagheri – College of Arts and Sciences and College of Engineering
• Bryan Wang – College of Journalism and Mass Communications
• Bonita Sharif – College of Engineering
• Tammy Beck – College of Business
• Bernard McCoy – College of Journalism and Mass Communications
• Sajeesh Sajeesh – College of Business
• Ozgur Araz – College of Business
• Eve Brank – College of Arts and Sciences
• Rebecca Wachs – College of Engineering
• Heather Akin – College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
• Frauke Hachtmann – College of Journalism and Mass Communications
• Robert Twomey – College Fine and Performing Arts
• Laurie Thomas Lee – College of Journalism and Mass Communications
• Ash Eliza Smith – College Fine and Performing Arts
• Laura Poppo – College of Business
• Valerie Jones – College of Journalism and Mass Communications
The Nebraska Governance and Technology Center studies the ever-changing relationship between law and technology — how the law can regulate technology and how new technologies affect what the law can do. For more information, please visit ngtc.unl.edu.
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