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Think Forum: Manoush Zomorodi 2019: About

This is a resource guide for the ThinkForum speaking engagement of Manoush Zomorodi.

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Introduction

The Kelvin Smith Library provides the campus community with access to world-class research collections, technology-equipped classrooms and meeting spaces, state-of-the-art digital resources, and even a café. In support of the Think Forum lecture series, the library offers a selection of resources accessible in this “Research Guide.”

This guide was prepared for the Think Forum lecture with journalist, author, and radio personality Manoush Zomorodi.  

Biography

 

 

Author, journalist, podcaster, and entrepreneur Manoush Zomorodi explores our relationship with modern technology and examines how we can preserve our humanity in an ever accelerating world.  With forays into neuroscience, interactive media, and civil rights, Zomorodi's research parses how the attention economy, information overload, and digital privacy have changed us as individuals and as a society.  She offers everyday tips for finding quiet and sparking creativity as well as macro ideas to help people live better with their technology and think like ethical entrepreneurs. 

 

 

Think Forum Related Guides

These guides were created to support the previous Town Hall series and the current Think Forum Lecture Series. They are listed in the order of newest first.