Socially Responsible Modeling, Computation, and Design (SoReMo) Fellows to Present Research Findings

The Spring 2023 fellows of the Socially Responsible Modeling, Computation, and Design (SoReMo) initiative will present findings of their semester-long research project from 12:45–1:45 p.m. May 5 at the MTCC Auditorium. All are welcome to attend the forum.

SoReMo advocates for ethical, equitable approaches in computation, modeling, and design, contributing to the common good of Chicago and beyond through research and education initiatives at Illinois Tech.

This semester’s fellows’ projects include:

• “Analysis of the Impact of Search Engines and Social Media on Decision-Making” by Angela Petrone
• “Negative Health Impacts of Environmental Inequality” by Deana Exline and Natalie Brown
• “An Exploration into the Necessary Transparency Needed in the Recycling Culture” by Md Mahmudur and Caitlin Louise Brown

SoReMo offers fellows the opportunity to pursue their passions through research that impact Chicago neighborhoods. Learn more about SoReMo at