Welcome to another episode that unravels one of the many mysteries of the digital age: the delicate balance between personal and professional identities. Join our host, Lu Ngo, as she engages in a compelling conversation with Dr. Peter Nagy, a distinguished lecturer in Success by Design at Arizona State University. Dr. Nagy's research delves into the profound influence of communication technology on the formation of identities and how the public perceives the realm of science.
Dr. Nagy's academic journey includes roles as a high school psychologist and a research fellow at Central European University's Center for Data, Media, and Society in Budapest, Hungary. His work has been featured in esteemed peer-reviewed journals such as Social Media + Society and Science and Engineering Ethics.
In this episode, Dr. Nagy offers invaluable insights into the intricate facets of a professional identity. Together with Lu, they explore how to authentically project this identity in the online sphere and navigate the challenges that may arise in the process.
Prepare to be captivated as Lu and Dr. Nagy guide you through a discussion on the art of cultivating a professional online identity, which not only enhances your overall well-being but also how to preserves it.
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