Charles Senteio will give an overview of health equity research and how it affects us all, in large part through COVID-19 inequity and current social justice activism.
What a summer for JMS major Lauren Boone. She is interning at NBC, in June she was named Captain of the Rutgers Women’s Swimming and Diving Team, and in July she was named a Scholar All American. Read how she manages her time, what she enjoys the most about her JMS classes, and her future aspirations.
Chris Doris is an IT professional with a product management and governance background who currently works for a major financial services firm. He graduated from Rutgers with a BA in Information Technology and Informatics (ITI) in 2003 and will complete his Master of Information (MI) in January 2021.
The more stress college students experience, the more likely they are to share private, intimate details about their lives on Facebook. In new research by Assistant Professor J. Sophia Fu and her co-author Renwen Zhang of Northwestern University, they explore this behavior, and contend that technology companies need to play a greater role in preventing it.
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Ammari, T., Schoenebeck, S.Y., Lindtner, S. (2017). The Crafting of DIY Fatherhood. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer-supported Cooperative Work (CSCW '17). Portland, OR. Feb 25- March 1, 2017
Ammari, T., Schoenebeck, S.Y., Romero, D. (2018). Pseudonymous Parents: Comparing Parenting Roles and Identities on the Mommit and Daddit Subreddits. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '18). Montreal, Canada. April 21-26, 2018.
Ammari, T., Schoenebeck, S.Y., Romero, D. (2019). Self-declared throwaway accounts on Reddit: How platform affordances and shared norms enable parenting disclosure and support. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer-supported Cooperative Work (CSCW '19). Austin, TX. November 9-13, 2019.