Great news! Our Special Interest Group (SIG) titled “ARC: Moving the Method Forward” has been accepted to CHI 2019! This international SIG will gather researchers and practitioners who have been using the ARC method as well as those who are interested in using it in their studies. This insightful discussion will cover challenges, strategies, opportunities,…
I’m glad to have been granted a travel award from the Graduate Informatics Student Association (GISA). This money will certainly help me out with my research endeavors! Thank you GISA! 🙂
I will be collaborating with colleagues from the Complex Systems track to do research that explores the intersection of social media and health. More information of this challenge can be found here.
I’m glad to inform that I have been invited (and already accepted) to serve as Associate Chair (AC) for the Provocations/WiP paper track at DIS 2019! I am honored to have been considered for such an important role in the review process!
The paper I co-authored with first author Mark Warner and co-authors Jo Gibbs, Christina Chung, and Ann Blandford has been accepted to CHI 2019! This groundbreaking paper explores issues around HIV status disclosure and stigma in sex-social mobile apps like Grindr. More information to come soon! 🙂 (pdf)
Case study co-authored with first author Cassie Kresney and co-authors Ben Jelen, Mona Alqassim, Maria Wolters, and Katie Siek has been accepted to CHI 2019! This case study explores lessons learned from previous studies that have employed the Asynchronous Remote Communities (ARC) method to conduct research remotely with different types of populations. (pdf)
The workshop “Conducting Research with Stigmatized Populations: Practices, Challenges, and Lessons Learned” was part of the CSCW conference! I hosted and co-organized the workshop with an amazing team of researchers: Elizabeth Eikey, Lana Yarosh, Mark Warner, Jessica Pater, Maia Jacobs, Gabi Marcu, and Patrick Shih. It was such an insightful experience that allowed everyone to…
I just got back from Orlando, FL., attending the Tapia Conference. It was great to participate in workshops and hear talks about the latest research on the computer science fields. Also, it was a great time to meet with colleagues from all over the country! 🙂
It was great to attend and present my poster at the HCIC 2018 Conference in Pajaro Dunes, CA. Thanks to my track at SICE for selecting me along with a colleague to attend and represent our university in this important event. (pdf)
It was such a great experience being part of a week-long summer school workshop organized by Cornell CIS in June 2018. Under the guidance and expertise of Prof. Phoebe Sengers, students from all over the U.S. – and abroad – got together to share innovative ideas that could trigger solutions that could have a positive…