Dr. Sabrina M. Weiss
Dr. Sabrina Weiss specializes in developing theoretical models that represent the ethical and social dimensions of issues at the intersection of science, technology, and society. Topics of interest include gender and sexuality, discourse theory, bodies and cyborgs, bioethics, food ethics, and innovative pedagogies, as well as the institutional and change dimensions affecting those areas.
Dr. Weiss earned a B.S. from Stanford’s Science, Technology, and Society program, an M.S. in Bioethics from Albany Medical College, and a Ph.D. in Science and Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a former U.S. Naval Officer (ROTC) who served overseas in Japan and at the Office of Naval Research.
An interdisciplinary and international scholar, Dr. Weiss has taught at Rochester Institute of Technology, which houses the National Institute for the Deaf, and at Leuphana University in Lüneburg, Germany. Dr. Weiss is a coauthor of Worlds of ScienceCraft: New Horizons in Sociology, Philosophy and Science Studies (2009).
April 23, 2021
3:10pm EDT/12:10pm PDT
Help! My players broke my game! : Gamemaster Q&A Workshop
Dungeons and Dragons and other tabletop roleplaying games (TTRPGS) are really popular right now. There are lots of resources for getting started and for running your own game. But what happens when you run into problems or challenges at your table?
Come chat with an experienced DM (Dungeon Master) to learn some general tips and get specific help and troubleshooting for your campaign and player group. There will be a brief general presentation followed by a long Q&A and discussion session.
This workshop is for active or aspiring Dungeon Masters (DMs) or Game Masters of D&D-adjacent systems (like d20, Pathfinder, etc).
This is an all ages workshop! Please submit questions here to help guide the content of this session.