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Jersey Shore Women in Tech: How Emerging Tech Enhances Collaborative Projects & Builds Community

January 21 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST

Creative Technology: How Emerging Tech Enhances Collaborative Projects and Builds Community

Emerging technology often feels overwhelming and out of reach. By imagining the future of tech, with humanity at the center, you are able to participate in and influence it. We live in a world of dynamic and interconnected systems of government, education, business, and communities. The same question is being asked by people and organizations globally: How will we navigate the future in the face of rapid tech advancements and social change?

This talk will discuss Amanda’s professional journey in art, design, and education, creating inclusive/collaborative spaces for experimentation, including those that hold space for female and minority founders, and the power of multi-disciplinary collaborative groups.

Amanda Stojanov is an Assistant Professor of Digital Media, in the Department of Communication, at Monmouth University and the Co-Principal Investigator in the Interactive Digital Media (IDM) Research Lab at Monmouth University. She completed her Master of Fine Arts (MFA) at UCLA and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Graphic Design from Monmouth University.


Amanda is a media artist and designer with a professional background in visual communication. She has experience working with design teams in large design studios, independent agencies, and non-profit organizations. She has previously been an educator at Loyola Marymount University, Art Center College of Design, and UCLA. Her freelance clients include Stonyfield Farm, Desert AIDS project, AltaMed, working with Here LA, an urban planning studio that services the LA Metro and other local city governments’ design needs.

Her research includes creating exhibitions and using world-building techniques, to investigate how innovations in communication technologies affect perceptions of identity, agency, and visibility. Areas of expertise are new


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