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Lucy Suchman, Professor of Anthropology of Science and Technology at Lancaster University, will present "Apparatuses of Recognition: Google, Project Maven and targeted killing."
Amanda Pallais will present "College Aid and the Marginal Cost of a College Degree: Evidence from a Randomized Trial."
Anna Lauren Hoffmann will present "Data Violence: Discourse and Justice in a Datafied World."
Pamela Wisniewski will present "Adolescent Online Safety: A matter of risk prevention or risk resilience?"
Students are invited to take a late-semester break on the last day of classes to unwind with fun, games and friendly pups.
Tarleton Gillespie will present "Custodians of the Internet: Platforms, Content Moderation, and the Hidden Decisions That Shape Social Media."
Yun Huang will present a systematic framework that addresses fundamental questions pertaining to user contributions to mobile crowdsourcing systems.
University of Toronto professor Jeffrey Boase will discuss the tension between the complexity of modern social life and the insular bonding that appears to happen through mobile texting.
A poster symposium featuring the work of twelve MSI students, two faculty members, and eight librarians on the library’s impact on student learning, research, and scholarship.
The Graduate Recognition Ceremony of the School of Information will take place in Hill Auditorium for the first time this year.