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Christine Miller, Clinical Associate Professor of Innovation, had her paper “Measuring the Level of Global Awareness on Social Media” published in the book Designing Networks for Innovation and Improvisation. The paper, co-authored by Peter Gloor (MIT), Andrea Fronzetti Colladon (University of Rome) and Romina Pellegrini (University of Rome), introduces a novel...

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The article “Towards Transdisciplinarity: Liminality and the Transitions Inherent in Pluridisciplinary Collaborative Work” by Christine Miller, Clinical Associate Professor of Innovation, has been published in the Journal of Business Anthropology. The article considers how the notion of liminality, a cultural and social state of “betweenness,” might be used to conceptualize transitory stages in the development of pluridisciplinary groups and teams...

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Christine Miller, Clinical Associate Professor of Innovation, presented her paper “Enchanted Objects, Social Robots and the Internet of Things” at the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association in Denver, November 18-22, as part of an invited panel.  Abstracts for both the presentation and the panel can be found below. 

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How do our relationships with objects change as they become less “thing-like” and more like sentient beings? This paper addresses the issues of

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The final presentations and exhibit installation for the POLE (Project Oriented Learning Experience) program were held May 4-6 at the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in Geneva, Switzerland.

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M.B.A./M.Des. students Amanda Rosenberg and Sipra Bihani traveled over 6,000 miles to present their MBA 595 special topics project at the COINs15 conference at Keio University in Tokyo, Japan, March 12-15.

The project, which applies social network analysis to better understand the emerging phenomenon of biohacking, was developed with their global...

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Christine Miller, Clinical Associate Professor of Innovation, and students from her M.B.A. special topics course Innovation through Project Oriented Learning: Telecommunications from Morse Code to the Cloud, attended the physical launch of the POLE (Project Oriented Learning...

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Christine Miller, Clinical Associate Professor of Innovation, and students from her MBA special topics course, will attend the launch of the POLE (Project Oriented Learning Experience) program at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Windisch, Switzerland, February 8-15.

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Christine Miller, Clinical Associate Professor of Innovation, presented “The Design Process: Thinking, Tools, Methods, and Models” at a workshop at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology in Washington, D.C. on December 4....

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Technology has made the world “smaller” and has presented not only the opportunity, but the necessity to communicate and collaborate with teams globally. More and more, companies need employees with the skills to effectively and efficiently work with team members in other disciplines, as well as from other countries around the world.

To help graduate students better prepare for that team dynamic, or to enhance the work they may...

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IIT Stuart is pleased to welcome new faculty members for the 2014-2015 Academic Year.

 

  • Ghazale Haddadian, Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Management and Energy, joins the faculty after completing her Ph.D. in Stuart's Management Science program.
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