In the Media

December 19, 2018
Aeon.org

Walter Sinnott-Armstrong leads a Bass Connections team on polarization. He discusses the importance of delivering good arguments with patience and respect.


December 5, 2018
CleanApps

David Finn, executive director of CleanApps.org, was a guest consultant for the Bass Connections team How Do Cyberattacks Hurt Me?


November 27, 2018
Neiman Lab

Bill Adair, creator of Politifact and leader of a related Bass Connections team, discusses the potential impact of fact-checking during the next US Presidential Election and describes methods that were used during experimentation.


November 19, 2018
Thrive Global

Duke faculty members Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Vincent Conitzer and Jana Schaich Borg explore the topic of their Bass Connections team, Moral Artificial Intelligence.


November 16, 2018
WomenNC

Amy Jiang, a member of the Bass Connections team Open Source Pedagogy, Research + Innovation (OPSRI) Lab, discusses her passion for computer science education within local communities.


November 8, 2018
Streetside Conversations

Master’s student Kelsey Rowland reflects on her work with a Bass Connections team, ACRE-Duke Partnership to Improve Sanitation Access in Lowndes County, Alabama.


November 5, 2018
Templeton World Charity Foundation

Duke faculty members Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Vincent Conitzer and Jana Schaich Borg explore the topic of their Bass Connections team, Moral Artificial Intelligence.


November 2, 2018
Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning

Vice Provost Edward Balleisen and Dr. Maria LaMonaca Wisdom share insights from their experience reimagining doctoral training at Duke, including the value for humanities Ph.D. students of serving on Bass Connections and Story+ teams.


October 30, 2018
WYNC

Professor Jonathan Mattingly joins North Carolina A&T student Braxton Brewington and Executive Director Bob Phillips to discuss work related to Gerrymandering and the Extent of Democracy in America, a Data+ team and a Bass Connections team.


October 29, 2018
Depolarize

Professor Walter Sinnott-Armstrong discusses his new book, Think Again, and the related topic of his Bass Connections team, How to Cure Political Polarization by Asking Questions.


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