Since its launch in summer 2016, Pokemon Go has increased foot traffic around the city and around our campus. What explains the success of the game, and how does it resonate in our academic and regional communities?
Join members of the faculty and the community at this University Community Converstion (UC²) event as they engage in a panel discussion of this summer’s cultural phenomenon.
Aleshia Hayes, assistant professor of computer science
Bernd Buldt, professor and chair of philosophy
Andrés Montenegro, associate professor of computer animation
Assem Nasr, assistant professor of communication and media studies
Chad Seewald, co-owner, Sweets So Geek
Moderator: Stephen Buttes, assistant professor of Spanish
Tickets are not required for this event