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Bridging the Chaos: UTO’s First Technology in the Public Interest Event Brings Author David Weinberger to ASU
Where does journalism fit into technology and our future? How do you cover “overload,” the constant flow of information that goes to and fro on the internet? How can journalism help us face the echo chambers that form in response to chaos? These were the big questions at UTO’s first Technology in the Public Interest: An Author Series event, hosted at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
As we come to the last quarter of 2019, we here at UTO felt it was time to reflect on our achievements for the calendar and fiscal year behind us. When we did, we found some incredible stories to tell, like how culture is at the core of our innovation, how the Experience Center is meeting student needs, how a Next Gen Network is our destiny, and more. Check out the full publication telling our story below. The work contained within is just a facet, a big one however, of why ASU was named #1 in innovation for the fifth year in a row.
“Collaboration” was among the watchwords during Engage 2019, UTO’s Internal IT Professional Development Event. On Thursday, August 15, the UTO family gathered for a day of productivity and fun, strengthening partnerships and forming new ones while developing innovations together. Engage 2019, held at Dave & Buster’s, focused on opening new modes and channels of communication as we worked on 12 big ideas, submitted by UTO employees, for UTO’s first idea hackathon.