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Kim Niewolny

From a cultural and participatory community development context, Niewolny’s scholarship intersects with the Tech for Humanity initiative in three related areas: 1) the politics of socio-technical innovation for food system sustainability; 2) human-centered assistive technologies for farmworker mobility, accessibility, and equity; and 3) ontological implications of sustainability technologies with emphasis on systems-level network innovation.

From a cultural and participatory community development context, Niewolny’s scholarship intersects with the Tech for Humanity initiative in three related areas: 1) the politics of socio-technical innovation for food system sustainability; 2) human-centered assistive technologies for farmworker mobility, accessibility, and equity; and 3) ontological implications of sustainability technologies with emphasis on systems-level network innovation.