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Prof. Ifeoma Ajunwa Earns PhD, Prestigious Harvard Fellowship

Wednesday, September 7, 2016   (0 Comments)
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Washington, DC—The University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law congratulates Prof. Ifeoma Ajunwa on successfully defending her dissertation and earning her Ph.D. from Columbia University.

Additionally, she has been selected as a Fellow for the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University for 2016-2017. During her fellowship year, she will work on her forthcoming book with Cambridge University Press, "The Quantified Worker," which examines the interaction of law and technology in the workplace with special attention to issues of health and employment discrimination.

You can read more on the fellowship here and see some of Prof. Ajunwa's work at her personal site here and in the New York Times.

Recently, Prof. Ajunwa lectured at Google's headquarters on utilizing Artificial Intelligence to reduce bias in the hiring process and at Georgetown University's Health Privacy Rights Summit she delivered the keynote address.

 


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