For the month of October, we explored our Physical Collection of mobile technology, housed on the 2nd floor of Winston Hall. Additionally, we shone a spotlight on Manushri K. Pandya, a dedicated third-year PhD student and valuable member of the Networked Mobilities Lab whose research focuses on data visualization and geospatial mapping. In the upcoming weeks, esteemed representatives from the NML, including notable figures like Drs. Adriana de Souza e Silva, Scott Campbell, and Ragan Glover, will be presenting their groundbreaking research at the AoIR Conference scheduled on October 19th. Lastly, we showcased a recent article by one of our lab members.
For the month of April, we announced very the first episode of our NML Podcast (check it out under the Projects tab). We also announced the release of the 2023 Spring Lecture Series onto YouTube. We also spotlighted Dylan Lang, an undergraduate research assistant and junior Computer Science major who has contributed greatly to the continuation and upkeep of the Retro Mobile Gaming Database. Lastly, we announced a new article written by our lab members.
For the month of March, we advertised the upcoming 2023 Spring Lecture Series on March 23 as part of the CRDM Symposium. The event was a success and the full lecture can be found in under the Lectures tab. We also highlighted the Retro Mobile Gaming Database and spotlighted Dr. Mai Nou Xiong-Gum, an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at Furman University. Lastly, we announced two new academic articles written by our lab members.
For this month of February, we announced our 2023 Spring Lecture Series with Dr. Eric Gordon, from Emerson College in Boston. This was our first in person even since 2019, and was a part of the CRDM Symposium and recruitment event. We also highlighted the Mobile Networked Creativity project and spotlighted Khawar Khan, a CRDM student who, due to his background in HI and UX Design has been instrumental in the development of many of our projects.