The college is pleased to announce the launching of the transdisciplinary Tech4Humanity Lab, whose goals are to explore the influence of technology on humanity and the human condition; its focus will be on human security and equity within political, medical, social, economic, and environmental issues. 

Aaron Brantly, an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science, serves as the lab’s director; other members of the lab team are Sylvester Johnson, director of the Center for Humanities and assistant vice provost for the humanities, and political science faculty members Eric Jardine and Clara Suong.

The lab, which is part of the Tech for Humanity initiative and the Department of Political Science, will offer servers, 3D printers, drones, and other technologies in the physical space inside the Center for Humanities.