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- America's economic unique selling points are at risk - Financial Times December 13, 2017
- Eliminating net neutrality would hurt rural America - The Hill December 12, 2017
- Researchers predict 'vaccine scares' using Google and Twitter trends - CBC.ca December 11, 2017
- Old Ways Meet New Tech (and New Students) at Meeting of Library and Academic Leaders - EdSurge December 1, 2017
- How a half-educated tech elite delivered us into chaos - The Guardian November 19, 2017
- We Need to Retool Higher Ed to Defeat Robots - Daily Beast November 18, 2017
- Is Comcast Really More Innovative Than Ed Tech? - Inside Higher Ed (blog) November 16, 2017
- Could instant translation technology revolutionise world HE? - Times Higher Education (THE) October 17, 2017
- Google Critic Ousted From Think Tank Funded by the Tech Giant - New York Times August 30, 2017
Ingrid Sturgis is an Assistant Professor specializing in new media in the Department of Journalism at Howard University. Ingrid has exceptional knowledge of Web technologies and social media and has developed multimedia content and curriculum for world-class interactive experiences. She began working in interactive media in 1985 as a member of the New York Time’s videotext project. She has worked online since 2001, most recently as a Web strategist for heartandsoul.com. She also worked as a senior programming manager for AOL’s Black Voices and as editor in chief at Essence.com. Previously, she worked as a managing editor for magazine startups BET Weekend and Savoy. Ingrid also has worked for several newspapers, including The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Times-Herald Record and the Poughkeepsie Journal. She is the author of “The Nubian Wedding Book: Words and Rituals to Celebrate and Plan an African-American Wedding,” the anthologies “Aunties: 35 Writers Celebrate Their Other Mother,” and “Are Traditional Media Dead: Can Journalism Survive in the Digital World.” Sturgis received a B.A. in art from City College of New York and a master’s in journalism from NYU. Her research interests include social media, mobile money, multimedia news entrepreneurship, the black press, the digital divide, analytics and online education. Her research aims to increase how Blacks and other unrepresented groups can utilize social media to empower their communities. She is frequently sought as a speaker or panelist at conferences and seminars on social media.