Pronunciation: 'si-"naps, se-'naps
Etymology: New Latin synapsis, from Greek, juncture, from synaptein to fasten together, from syn- + haptein to fasten: the point at which a nervous impulse passes from one neuron to another


Katherine Hayles, Departments of English and Design | Media Arts Jim Gimzewski, Department of Chemistry
Victoria Vesna, Department of Design | Media Arts

Supporting Members:
Eva Baker, Graduate School of Education and the Center for the Study of Evaluation
Howard Besser, Department of Information Studies
James Davis, Associate Vice Chancellor, Information Technologies