Category: Community events

  • Encoding Steps: Decoding Stories Workshop Reflection

    Encoding Steps: Decoding Stories Workshop Reflection

    Throughout this year, Dr. Knight, Dr. Llamas-Rodriguez, and the Fashioning Circuits team were working on the Migrant Steps Project, a Digital Humanities project that seeks to intervene in popular narratives about migration and mobilize walking a tool for embodied reflection through repurposing Fitbit technology. My name is Luke Hernandez, and I was a Master’s Student…

  • Community Workshop: Make Your Future

    Community Workshop: Make Your Future

    On March 7, 2020, five days before the University announced a move to online instruction due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, we hosted a group of middle school students as part of a workshop in collaboration with UTD’s Science and Engineering Education Center (SEEC) and Girl Scouting in the School Day. We had been…

  • Event Recap: Fashioning Circuits Meets the Brownies

  • Community Workshop: Design Your World 2013

    Early on a Saturday morning, 11 Fashioning Circuits volunteers, ranging from 11 to 50-something years old, trekked down to Southern Methodist University for the Fall installment of the Design Your World conference, for 4th and 5th grade girls. Our volunteers included current and former students, parents, daughters, and friends from neighboring universities.