Smart Cities Brown Bag Series: Interacting with Humans and Nonhumans in a Smart City

October 09, 2019
Noon - 1 pm

OCTOBER 9, 2019  
Interacting with Humans and Nonhumans in a Smart City
Dr. Theresa Castor

In a Smart City, technology is no longer just a tool used to facilitate interaction--technology itself is an interaction participant. This presentation explores the different forms of human and nonhuman interactions in a Smart City and the implications of these for relationships


The Smart Cities vernacular has become a prolific phrase in our community over the last year. Join us to consider the various issues raised by the development of wired and integrated cities. We offer a general education course, CPS 103 - Introduction to Smart Cities, which includes and encourages community participation at weekly brown bag lunches. These events are free and open to the public. You do not need to register or sign-up ahead of time--feel free to just show up! 

Parking information can be found here:

Peggy James

Molinaro Hall

Molinaro Hall provides offices for liberal arts faculty as well as laboratories and classrooms for the College of Business, Economics, and Computing, and houses a newly remodeled space for a ceramics and sculpture art studio.

Parking Lot A
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