Offered: Fall, Winter, Spring 2019-2020

The Comm230X +1 Speaker Series highlights evolving perspectives at the intersection of the social sector, digital technology, and contemporary society. Winter 2020 speakers are experts from social sector organizations and from the fields of law, journalism, technology, and policy, including Jen SchradieCatherine Sandoval, and Victoria Baines. Topics covered in the series include technology use in the social sector, criminal justice, journalism, technology policy, cyber security, and digital activism & conservativism.

This one-unit class is a required component of the Seminar on Digital Civil Society and is open to enrollment by other students (for a single unit, credit/no credit) and to public participation. Grades are based on participation in the presentations and discussions. Students will have the opportunity to present their work in partnership with, or in search of potential colleagues from campus or the community writ large. 

All speaker sessions are open to the public and will be listed as events on the Stanford PACS events page.

Winter Quarter 2020 Speakers

Previous Speakers – Fall Quarter 2019

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Teaching Assistants for this course are Xinlan Emily Hu and Eli Cahan