Dr. Joseph Bock Spotlighted on MIT Press Blog
KENNESAW, Ga. (Jan 8, 2016) — Advancements in technology change how we function and how we view the world. Dr. Joseph Bock, Director of the International Conflict Management PhD program at Kennesaw State University, specifically researches how technology can minimize or eliminate violence around the world. During the break between the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters, Bock traveled to Greece as part of a Fulbright assignment to assist the Municipality of Athens with the refugee crisis. While there, he has been promoting education about the use of smartphones to optimize aid, identify potential violent situations early, and implement various violence prevention methods.We are proud announce his work in Greece has been highlighted on the MIT press blog. https://mitpress.mit.edu/blog/migration-crisis-europe—making-smart-use-smartphones
If you are interested in following the work the Dr. Joseph Bock has been doing in Greece, a link to his Fulbright blog is below.