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Josh Guberman

Josh Guberman

Biography

I’m a PhD student and National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow at the University of Michigan School of Information. My primary research interests lie at the intersections of disability studies, science and technology studies, and human-computer interaction. I’m particularly interested in: (a) the ways technology researchers understand disability and disabled people in relationship to technology; (b) understanding ways technology supports equitable access to education for people with disabilities and; (c) community-driven research practices.

Areas of Interest

Critical Disability Studies, Science and Technology Studies, Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Human-Computer Interaction

Honors and Awards

2019 - National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow

2019 - University of Michigan Distinguished Diversity Leaders Award (awarded to members of the Student IDEA Board)

Education

B.S. in Psychology, summa cum laude, Illinois Institute of Technology

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