Keynotes | Plenaries

Eric Schatzberg, Professor and Chair
School of History and Sociology
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Georgia Institute of Technology | Georgia Tech
Max Planck Institute for the History of Science–Berlin, 2017 Visiting Fellow
Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin, Advisory Board
Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies, UW–Madison, Past Director
Charlene Haddock Seigfried, Professor Emerita
Department of Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts
American Studies Program and Philosophy & Literature Program
School of Interdisciplinary Studies
Purdue University
William James Society, Past President and Fellow
Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, Past President
Society for the Study of Women Philosophers, Executive Commitee Member
___ Larry A. Hickman, Professor Emeritus
Department of Philosophy
Center for Dewey Studies, Director Emeritus
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
John Dewey Society, Past President
Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, Past President
Society for Philosophy and Technology, Past President
Victoria Vesna, Professor
Department of Design | Media Arts
Art | Sci Center + Lab, Director
California NanoSystems Institute, Member
University of California, Los Angeles | UCLA
Empowerment Informatics Program, Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan, Visiting Professor
Planetary Collegium, Univ. of Plymouth, United Kingdom, Advisory Board
Siddharth Ramakrishnan, Jennie M. Caruthers Chair in Neuroscience
Department of Biology, Associate Professor
Bioethics Program, Board Member
Gender and Queer Studies Program, Board Member
Art Science Salon, Organizational Committee
University of Puget Sound
Integrative Organismal Systems, National Science Foundation, Reviewer
Carolyn R. Miller, SAS Institute Distinguished Professor Emerita
Rhetoric and Technical Communication
Department of English, Professor Emerita
North Carolina State University
Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine, Member
Rhetoric Society of America, Past President / Development Council, Member
Kenji Williams, Founder, Creative Director, and Composer
Beautiful Earth Program | BELLA GAIA
National Aeronautics & Space Administration
NASA Science Mission Directorate

College of Arts and Sciences, Artist-in-Residence and Visiting Scholar
University of Colorado Boulder
Mark Bedau, Professor
Philosophy and Humanities
Reed College
Systems Science Program, Supporting Faculty
Portland State University
Artificial Life [MIT Press journal], Editor-in-Chief
European Center for Living Technology, Co-founder
Carolyn Marvin, Frances Yates Emeritus Professor of Communication
Culture and Communication Research Area
Center for Media at Risk, Faculty
Annenberg School for Communication
University of Pennsylvania
International Communication Association Fellows Book Award, Recipient
Jonathan O. Cain, Head and Assistant Librarian
Data Services | Government Information Specialist
Data Initiatives and Planning, Public Policy and Management, Librarian
Applied Information Management Program, Lecturer
Specialties: African Studies, Statistical Information, and Urban Studies
University of Oregon
Melissa Gregg, Principal Engineer and Research Director
Modern Client Architecture team
Client Computing Group
Intel Corporation
Duke University Press, Author of Counterproductive
Clifford Christians, Research Professor Emeritus of Communication
Institute of Communications Research, Advisory Committee Chair
Department of Journalism, Professor Emeritus
Department of Media and Cinema Studies, Professor Emeritus
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Genome Canada—Pleiades Promoter Project, UBC, Scientific Advisory Board Member
Institute of Communication Ethics, United Kingdom, Executive Committee
International Ethics Roundtables, Founding Member
Lana Rakow, Professor Emerita
Department of Communication
Center for Community Engagement, Founder and former Director
University of North Dakota
AEJMC/SAGE Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, Associate Editor
Teresa Award for the Advancement of Feminist Scholarship, ICA Recipient
Peter Golding, Emeritus Professor
Communication and Media Studies: Journalism & Citizenship
Northumbria University, England
Media, Culture and Heritage, Visiting Professor
Newcastle University, England
Centre for Cultural Policy Research, Research Associate
University of Glasgow, Scotland
Nandini Ranganathan, Associate Professor
Liberal Arts | Mathematics and Science
MAKE+THINK+CODE Lab/Institute/Incubator, Founder & Executive Director
Pacific Northwest College of Art | PNCA
CyborgCamp2018: An Unconference on the Future of Humans & Technology, Host
Colin Koopman, Associate Professor | Director
Department of Philosophy | Ethics Minor
New Media & Culture Certificate Program, Director
Center for Cyber Security and Privacy, Affiliated Member
Digital Scholarship Center, Advisory Council Member-at-Large
University of Oregon
Richard Rorty Society, Executive Committee
Amber Case, Research Fellow
Cyborg Anthropologist
Institute for the Future | IFTF
Harvard Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, Past Fellow
MIT Center for Civic Media, Past Visiting Researcher
Lewis & Clark College, Board of Trustees, Former Member
Donna Z. Davis, Associate Professor and Director
Strategic Communication Master’s Program
Oregon Reality Lab, Director
Agora Journalism Center for Innovation & Civic Engagement, Inaugural Fellow
School of Journalism and Communication
University of Oregon Portland
Public Relations Society of America, Member
Ward Cunningham, Engineer|Programmer
Wiki, Software Pioneer and Inventor
Federated Wiki, Creator
Extreme Programming Roadmap, Co-creator
Cunningham & Cunningham, Inc.
New Relic, Inc., Staff Engineer
Sustasis Foundation, Board of Directors
The Hillside Group, Founding Member
Scott Stroud, Associate Professor
Department of Communication Studies
Center for Media Engagement, Program Director for Media Ethics
Department of Rhetoric and Writing, Affiliated Faculty
South Asia Institute, Affiliate Faculty and Advisory Committee Member
University of Texas at Austin
American Society for the History of Rhetoric, President