Sort byCurrent Ph.D. students specializing in Social Computing:

Stevie Chancellor Stevie Chancellor Michaelanne Dye Michaelanne Dye C.J. Hutto C.J. Hutto Jessica Pater Jessica Pater Ari Schlesinger Ari Schlesinger Ian Stewart Ian Stewart

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Stevie Chancellor

Stevie Chancellor

Started 2014

Advisor Dr. Munmun De Choudhury

Lab Social Dynamics and Well-Being (SocWeB)

Area Social Computing

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Research Interests Social Computing

Michaelanne Dye

Michaelanne Dye

Started 2014

Advisors Dr. Amy Bruckman & Dr. Neha Kumar

Lab Electronic Learning Communities

Area Social Computing

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Research Interests My research bridges social computing and ICTD to study how social media supports collaborative and resistive efforts among marginal and underrepresented groups. Currently, my work explores social media adoption and use in Cuba.

C.J. Hutto

C.J. Hutto

Started 2010

Advisor Dr. Eric Gilbert

Lab comp.social

Area Social Computing

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Research Interests My research interests revolve around the study of interpersonal influence and persuasion as mediated by social media technology. I do this via characterizations of human cognitive and social relationships. I'm in Eric Gilbert's Social Computing Lab.

Jessica Pater

Jessica Pater

Started 2012

Advisor Dr. Elizabeth Mynatt

Lab Everyday Computing

Area Social Computing

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Research Interests Understanding how technology can be used to positively impact social and emotional wellness and exploring impacts of technology on self-harm and other psychosocial disorders

Ari Schlesinger

Ari Schlesinger

Started 2015

Advisors Dr. Rebecca Grinter & Dr. Keith Edwards

Lab Work2Play

Area Social Computing

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Research Interests Justice & Design

Ian Stewart

Ian Stewart

Started 2015

Advisor Dr. Jacob Eisenstein

Lab Computational Linguistics

Area Social Computing

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Research Interests Computational social science, natural language processing