Spring 2021 Seminar Series, 3:45-4:45 Central Time (unless otherwise noted)

Every two weeks during spring 2021, we invited the author of a recent human-computer interaction paper to come chat with us about their work. Both undergraduate and graduate students in HCI are welcome to attend.

Zoom link: https://umn.zoom.us/j/99055966137

UPCOMING Seminars:

Thursday, February 18: To Live in Their Utopia: Why Algorithmic Systems Create Absurd Outcomes, Ali Alkhatib, Research Fellow at the Center for Applied Data Ethics at the University of San Francisco

Thursday, March 4: How Developers Talk About Personal Data and What It Means for User Privacy: A Case Study of a Developer Forum on Reddit, Tianshi Li, PhD Candidate, Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University

Thursday, March 18: Designing a Chatbot as a Mediator for Promoting Deep Self-Disclosure to a Real Mental Health Professional, Yi-Chieh Lee, PhD Candidate, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Thursday, April 1: Does Transparency in Moderation Really Matter?: User Behavior After Content Removal Explanations on Reddit, Shagun Jhaver, Post Doctoral scholar,  Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington

Thursday, April 15 4-4:30 PM: Good intentions are not enough – how informatics interventions can worsen inequality, Tiffany C Veinot, Associate Professor, School of Information, & Associate Professor, Health Behavior & Health Education, University of Michigan

Thursday, April 29 4-4:45 PM: Women (Still) Ask For Less: Gender Differences in Hourly Rate in an Online Labor Marketplace, Eureka Foong, Postdoctoral Fellow, Tokyo College

PAST Seminars:

Thursday, February 4, 2021: Daughters of Men: Saudi Women’s Sociotechnical Agency Practices in Addressing Domestic Abuse, Hawra Rabaan, PhD Candidate, School of Informatics at Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis