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Annual competition honors RPI student writers on Wednesday, April 12 at CBIS Auditorium

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Gamefest Expo Friday 4/28, 5:00–9:00 pm at Tech Valley Center of Gravity in Troy; Symposium Sat. 4/29 at Sage Labs 3303 on campus

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EMPAC Studio 2, Thursday evening, 6:00–8:00 pm

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Student Afro-Cuban percussion ensemble also performs May 6 in Troy, at Nine Steps Away to Africa

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Winning propsal team includes Arts Associate Professor Shawn Lawson and Lecturer Silvia Ruzanka

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Research Problems in Cognitive Science takes place every Wednesday at 12 noon in Sage 4101

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Award marks first time Rensselaer has been honored at this level for a theatrical production

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The Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies is the international research college of the University of Freiburg, Germany

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Article asks prominent AI researchers which movies get it right

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STS Lecturer James Malazita and C&M Assistant Professor Rebecca Rouse and are project Co-Directors

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Albany TimesUnion reports on the flourishing gaming/coding culture of downtown Troy, largely due to HASS RPI alums

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Award is from Japan's Hoso Bunka Foundation, which promotes the cultural and technological development of broadcasting

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C&M Assistant Professor Rebecca Rouse and STS Lecturer James Malazita are project Co-Directors

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Annual competition honors RPI student writers on Wednesday, April 12 at CBIS Auditorium

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GSAS faculty member has written or worked on some 40 games for major publishers 

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Ensemble's Spring Concert at Chapel + Cutural Center, 2125 Burdett Ave.

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Game Developers Conference, the major gaming industry showcase, meets in San Francisco this week

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Weekly department speaker series meets Wednesdays at 12 noon in Sage Labs 4101

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Interdisicplinary group included STS professor Ron Eglash and grad students from Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science

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Michael Weiler presents his MFA thesis exhibition, WEATHERED, an interactive allegorical journey of self-rediscovery.

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Game Developers Conference, the major gaming industry showcase, meets in San Francisco this week

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Kim Sajet is the Director of the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC.  The presentation is co-sponsored by Rensselaer's Office of the President and the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. 

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Bringjord, Professor of Cognitive Science and Computer Science, examines AI concepts raised in the HBO series Westworld, Wednesday at Noon in Sage 4101

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Curated by Arts Prof Michael Century, concert and multimedia lecture explores the scientific and spiritual dimensions of music and health.

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The School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, in collaboration with Institutional Research, is conducting a survey on proposed changes to the HASS core. 

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"Using Multiple Storylines for Presenting Large Information Networks" is topic of this weeks Proiblems in Cognitive Science talk

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Science and Technology Studies presents Trump for Lunch every Thursday through the Spring 2017 semester, 12:15–1:30 pm, in Sage 5711

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December 12, 9:30 am in Sage 4140, with poster session 2–4 pm in DCC Great Hall.

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