Siva Vaidhyanathan in Slate.
UVA's Department of Media Studies analyzes media culture, technology, labor, literacy, policy, infrastructure, and inequity. Our goal is to provide students with the tools to evaluate and shape media. With global reach, our faculty and students examine media from a variety of perspectives that include media history, aesthetics and form, audience analysis, media uses, the impact of media on public opinion, and the relations between media and the law.
MDST Alumnus Nik Popli in Time.
David Nemer quoted in Vice.
Miyoung Chong wins ASIS&T Special Interest Group for Social Media Award.
Lori Morimoto interviewed in The Daily Fandom.
Lori Morimoto blogs on Confessions of an ACA-Fan.
What can data ethics education learn from the history of teaching engineering and computer ethics? Or, perhaps more importantly, what should it learn? In this talk, Anna Lauren Hoffmann discusses some major themes in research and writing on engineering and computer ethics education and connects them to emerging discussions of how we ought to teach ethics in the context of data science education.
Christopher Ali quoted in Politico.
Aynne Kokas in Nikkei Asia.
Siva Vaidhyanathan quoted in The New York Times.
Thank you, Professor Wyatt Andrews, for your years of exceptional service to Media Studies!
Andre Cavalcante presented the all-university teaching award.
Siva Vaidhyanathan in The Guardian.