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New research from 40+ UMSI scholars presenting at CSCW 2023

UMSI at CSCW 2023. October 13-18 Minneapolis.

Tuesday, 10/03/2023

University of Michigan School of Information (UMSI) faculty and scholars will present more than two dozen papers at the 2023 ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) October 14-18. 

These papers help illustrate the breadth and depth of topics information scientists are currently studying, including: The role of artificial intelligence in the workplace, the impact of social media on first generation college students and the relationships between robots and humans. 

UMSI professors Cliff Lampe and Nicole Ellison earned the CSCW 2023 Lasting Impact Award "for the influence that their early work on social media has had on the field of computer supported cooperative work."

See a list of other awards: 

Best Paper: 

  • Data Subjects’ Perspectives on Emotion Artificial Intelligence Use in the Workplace: A Relational Ethics Lens
    Shanley Corvite (University of Michigan), Kat Roemmich (University of Michigan), Tillie Ilana Rosenberg (University Of Michigan), Nazanin Andalibi (University of Michigan)

Honorable Mentions: 

  • Community Tech Workers: Scaffolding Digital Engagement Among Underserved Minority Businesses
    Julie Hui (University of Michigan), Kristin Seefeldt (University of Michigan), Christie Baer (University of Michigan), Lutalo Sanifu (Jefferson East, Inc.), Aaron Jackson (University of Michigan), Tawanna R. Dillahunt (University of Michigan)
  • AI Consent Futures: A Case Study on Voice Data Collection with Clinicians
    Lauren Wilcox (Google Research), Robin Brewer (University of Michigan), Fernando Diaz (Google Research)

Impact Recognition: 

  • Community Tech Workers: Scaffolding Digital Engagement Among Underserved Minority Businesses
    Julie Hui (University of Michigan), Kristin Seefeldt (University of Michigan), Christie Baer (University of Michigan), Lutalo Sanifu (Jefferson East, Inc.), Aaron Jackson (University of Michigan), Tawanna R. Dillahunt (University of Michigan)
  • Data Work of Frontline Care Workers: Practices Problems and Opportunities in the Context of Data-Driven Long-Term Care
    Yuling Sun (East China Normal University), Xiaojuan Ma (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), Silvia Lindtner (University of Michigan), Liang He (East China Normal University)

Methods Recognition:

  • AI Consent Futures: A Case Study on Voice Data Collection with Clinicians
    Lauren Wilcox (Google Research), Robin Brewer (University of Michigan), Fernando Diaz (Google Research)

Recognition for Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion

  • Care Workers’ Wellbeing in Data-Driven Healthcare Workplace: Identity, Agency, and Social Justice
    Yuling Sun (East China Normal University), Xiaojuan Ma (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), Silvia Lindtner (University of Michigan), Liang He (East China Normal University)
  • How Recent Migrants Develop Trust Through Community Commerce: The Emergence of Sociotechnical Adaptation
    Joey Chiao-Yin Hsiao (University of Michigan), Sylvia Darling (University of Michigan), Tawanna R. Dillahunt (University of Michigan)
  • Racial Capitalism Online: Pressures to Perform Race Among Creative Professionals
    Jaleesa Rosario Turner (University of Michigan), Julie Hui (University of Michigan)
  • Social Media and College-Related Social Support Exchange for First-Generation Low-Income Students: The Role of Identity Disclosures
    Cassidy Pyle (University of Michigan), Nicole B. Ellison (University of Michigan), Nazanin Andalibi (University of Michigan)

CSCW is the leading conference for presenting research in the design and use of technologies that affect groups, organizations and communities. The conference brings together top researchers and practitioners from academia and industry who are interested in both the technical and social aspects of collaboration. 

UMSI associate professor Sarita Schoenebeck served the conference this year as a member of the awards committee. Associate professor Eric Gilbert served as an editor for the conference. PhD student Tyler Musgrave served as a community chair. Assistant professor Nazanin Andalibi served as panels chair. 

This year’s conference will be held virtually and in person in Minneapolis. 

See the complete list of all UMSI participation in CSCW 2023.

 

- Noor Hindi, public relations specialist