SA+P Alumni in the Media: Week of August 12

Architecture alum featured in Art Insiders New York podcast
Richard Dattner ’60 talks about the beginnings of Dattner Architects and why the Spring Street Salt Shed, “A giant saltshaker without the shaking!” is one of the most fascinating stories of his career. Listen.

#MITSloanExperts twitter chat on the “Future of Work: The Effects of AI, Automation, and the Changing Economy”
On August 21, join DUSP alum Jason Jackson PhD '13 (@JasonBJackson) and other experts on the future of work for a twitter chat on how Brazil’s economy is changing given the current worldwide digital transformation. Learn more and use the hashtag #MITSloanBrazil to participate. 

Robots, gender, and the design of relational technology
Media Lab alum Jacqueline Marie Kory Westlund SM '14, PhD '19 shares what she's learned about how children interact with robots designed to build and maintain long-term, social-emotional relationships with users. Read

HubWeek Change Maker: Stephanie Lee
During her time at MIT, Stephanie Lee MArch '19 was inspired to co-found Spaceus with Ellen Shakespear MArch ’19, MCP ’19 to help solve the problem of vacant retail space. Read HubWeek's latest Change Maker interview to learn about her inspiration for the company.
Talking public squares
When DUSP alum and Fivesquares Development co-founder Andrew Altman MCP '87 was 10 years old, he applied to graduate school to study city planning. Read about his journey at Commercial Observer.