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Archives: Cogswell Guest

From time to time, Cogswell invites guests to post contributions to Perspectives. Their biographical information can be found on the contributed articles.

This article was previously published on linkedin.com by Heather McGowan and Chris Shipley. This is Part 2. See Part 1 here. Main image courtesy of the Cogswell Collective. As technology- and social-driven change accelerates, products, services, and even companies are turning over ever more quickly to be replaced by a better solution, a new business model, or […]

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The following is written by longtime Silicon Valley watchers Chris Shipley and Heather McGowan. It first appeared on LinkedIn. This is part 1 of 2.  We ask young people : “WHAT do you want to be when you grow up?” We ask university students : “WHAT is your major?” We ask each other : “So, WHAT do you […]

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This article by Cogswell student Rose George originally appeared in the Cogswell Chronicle. Up until quite recently in history, the terms “sex” and “gender” were considered interchangeable words that referred to the differentiation between male and female. However, in today’s world, “gender” is more commonly referred to as a social construct that encompasses gender roles […]

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The following post, written by Joseph Fortuno, first appeared in the student-run newspaper, The Cogswell Chronicle. All images are by Britney Thoreson.  Cogswell’s vibrant community is an incubator for talented artists, engineers, and leaders across various concentrations. Each has a story to tell and a fresh career ahead. One student’s story, in particular, earned the […]

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The following post, written by Rafael Joseph, first appeared on the student-run news site The Cogswell Chronicle. It has been lightly edited. Cogswell’s first Medieval Tournament was an absolute delight. The day leading up to the event, the ASB Events Committee was bustling around campus, carrying everything from cardboard castle walls, to balloons, to plastic […]

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The following article, written by Bill O’Neill, first appeared in Teen Life magazine. It reflects the interdisciplinary approach taken at Cogswell, as represented by the students in the images that accompany the article here, is gaining in relevance. “Technology alone is not enough. It’s when technology is married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that […]

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This piece contains edited excerpts from a chapter authored by Cogswell College’s Prof. Gyula Julius Dobos in On the Line: Business Education in the Digital Age, published by Springer International (2017, ISBN 978-3-319-62775-5). The original publication was edited by Anshuman Khare, Faculty of Business Athabasca University Edmonton, AB, Canada and Deborah Hurst, Faculty of Business Athabasca University Edmonton, […]

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The following was written by Bonnie Boglioli Randall and published as part of Animation Career Review’s Interview Series.   For a polytech college, there are few better places to be situated than in the heart of Silicon Valley in California’s Bay Area. Cogswell College certainly benefits greatly from its immediate surroundings which offer a wealth of opportunity for students and faculty […]

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