She has written about the experience of teaching creative writing in prison in a Professor Thomas Levenson is the winner of Walter P.
Kistler Science Documentary Film Award, Peabody Award (shared), New York Chapter Emmy, and the AAAS/Westinghouse award.
His articles and reviews have appeared in Alan Lightman is a physicist, novelist, and essayist. Before coming to MIT, he was on the faculty of Harvard University.
He was educated at Princeton University and at the California Institute of Technology, where he received a Ph. At MIT, Lightman was the first person to receive dual faculty appointments in science and in the humanities at MIT, and was John Burchard Professor of Humanities before becoming Professor of the Practice of the Humanities to allow more time for his writing.
His work uses a Design Based Research methodology to span the educational technology ecosystem, from design and development of new technologies to professional development and implementation.
Much of Klopfer's research has focused on computer games and simulations for building understanding of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Their work focuses on social movements, transformative media organizing, and design justice.
Sasha’s first book, Out of the Shadows, Into the Streets: Transmedia Organizing and the Immigrant Rights Movement, was published by the MIT Press in 2014.
His current research explores music and inequality, that is, examining how new social and economic approaches to music offer insights into the varieties of capitalism, and their differing contributions to inequality.
Condry teaches courses that emphasize ethnographic approaches to media and culture, including Japanese popular culture, anime and cinema, as well as a graduate-level seminar in media theory and methods.