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UHM library events
In a world of rising anxiety and commodified attention, it’s easy to distrust our devices. But what if putting away our phones won’t fix our problems? What if the pathway to wellness requires not unplugging but connecting differently? Join author, entrepreneur, and technologist Chris Dancy to discover why he’s become a mindful cyborg. Christopher Dancy has been called “the world’s most connected human.” As part of an ambitious health and wellness experiment on himself, he utilizes up to 700 sensors, diagnostic services, and tracking apps to measure and optimize every aspect of his life, from caloric intake to well-being. His work has been featured in Businessweek, BBC, Wired, and the Wall Street Journal, as well as the Showtime documentary Dark Net (2016). He is the author of Don’t Unplug: How Technology Saved My Life and Can Save Yours Too. Sponsored by Kamehameha Schools Data Science Institute, Hawaii Data Science Institute, the NSF INCLUDES Alliance, and the UH Better Tomorrow Speaker Series.
Register at: bit.ly/3DyWaa7
UH Better Tomorrow Speaker Series, Mānoa Campus
Robert Perkinson, (808)351-8076, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://manoa.hawaii.edu/speakers/christopher-dancy/
Wednesday, November 2
SNAP (foodstamps) Clinic with SPAMMānoa Campus, QLCSS, 412- Drop-IN & Get Help!
Botany Final OralMānoa Campus, Campus Center Ballroom A & Zoom Video Conferencing
Mechanical Engineering Final OralMānoa Campus, Zoom Video Conferencing, Link Below
Marital Surname System in Japan - the Fufubessei IssueMānoa Campus, via Zoom webinar
Chris Dancy: Becoming a Mindful CyborgMānoa Campus, Biomed B103
Thinking About Graduate or Professional School?Mānoa Campus, Zoom Meeting
Pre-Health Summer Opportunties PanelMānoa Campus, Online/Via Zoom
LGBTQ+ Coffee HourMānoa Campus, Queen Liliʻuokalani Center 412