Conversations With Cabrera

Unscripted and informal, this video series captures candid conversations between President Ángel Cabrera and thought leaders across Georgia Tech and beyond. Unearthing leadership’s thinking behind the big ideas taking shape across the Institute and the trends likely to define our future, these discussions focus on topics related to academics and research, as well as campus life and culture.

Every day, I am inspired by the talent I get to work with, and I’m excited to share it with our entire community.

— Ángel Cabrera
Doug Flamming, Joycelyn Wilson, and Kabir Sehgal

President Cabrera convenes a discussion on the legacy of John Lewis with guests Professor Doug Flamming (HSOC), Assistant Professor Joycelyn Wilson (LMC), and Kabir Sehgal, co-author of Carry On: Reflections for a New Generation, a collection of final reflections and words of wisdom from John Lewis.

Amy Bruckman

College of Computing Regents' Professor Amy Bruckman, author of Should You Believe Wikipedia?, discusses why Wikipedia works, the importance (and imperfections) of sourcing information, and how the design and regulation of social media platforms can help bring out better aspects of human behavior.

Greg Lukianoff

Greg Lukianoff, president and CEO of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), joins President Cabrera in a dialogue on the principles of freedom of speech on today’s college campus.