LB 332: Technology and Culture: New Media & Society
Dr. Megan K. Halpern is an assistant professor at Michigan State University, where she teaches science communication and science & technology studies at 皇冠体育app. Her research interests include art/science collaboration, public engagement with science, feminist approaches to science communication, and research through design. She earned her Ph.D. in science communication at Cornell University and completed her postdoctoral research fellowship at Arizona State University, with the Center for Nanotechnology and Society and the Center for Science and the Imagination. Before earning her Ph.D., Dr. Halpern was a theatre artist and the co-founder and artistic director of Redshift Productions, a company that created performances inspired by science.
Halpern, M., Erickson, I., Forlano, L., & Gay, G. (2013). Designing Collaboration: Comparing Cases Exploring Cultural Probes as Boundary-Negotiating Objects. CSCW 2013 Conference Proceedings. San Antonio, TX. Halpern, M. K., & Rogers, H. S. (2013).