Join Dr. Emily Stewart for an informal conversation to learn about her path from Ph.D. to a career in public outreach and education. Dr. Stewart earned her Ph.D. from the Cooperative Program in Religion at the University of Pittsburgh. Trained as an interdisciplinary American historian, Dr. Stewart’s research and teaching has focused on technology, communication, globalization, and human rights, using social and religious groups as a lens through which to understand these issues. She has taught courses in history, formal logic, and ethics and has also published on several topics, including 20th century opposition to nuclear technology and the use of digital technologies and the internet by missionary groups. She currently serves as Director of Programming & Education at the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology (MOST) in downtown Syracuse, where she continues to reflect on how people use technology, and on how to engage them meaningfully about it.
This event was published on February 24, 2020.