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Featured:Red Gold
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Jennifer Telesca's book "Red Gold: The Managed Extinction of the Giant Blue Fin Tuna" is a book about the extinction of the bluefin tuna. The topic is of interest today because of the issues associated with socio-ecological issues. The book cover below was designed by Stanley Meltzoff who taught at Pratt a decade ago. Read More
Going All Virtual
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With the Pandemic we are forced to use Zoom every day. If you are tired to use the camera, you can use your Avatar instead of using a webcam. The Avatar on the right was created with loomielive that can be installed on your cell phone or laptop. The avatar responds to your voice and it is a substitute for your webcam. Read More.
In the News
Some news that we hear:
  • Origami workshop in Math and Science attracts 120 participants.
  • Coco Fusco online event brings nearly 100 online participants.
  • Writing and Tutorial Center is fully online since March.
  • Sammetah Aga book has been published.
  • Layla Izami featured in Magazine interview.
  • Water leak in DeKalb Hall floods rooms.
  • Liberal Arts cat pins are now available.
  • Video produced by HAD, MSCI.
...Past News Here
Beta Space
BetaSpace, a community space that encourages students to interact with technology through inquiry, play and collaboration, popped-up in Dekalb Gallery this spring from January 21st to March 6th. The event was co-sponsored by the School of Art, Math & Science, the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the School of Design, and Interactive Services.
DeKalb News
News Related to DeKalb
  • The old copiers/scanners were replaced by new units. The copiers were received and installed in September
  • DeKalb 208 and 308 were outfitted with webcams to enable online teaching from Pratt.