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CRIT members organize workshop at CHI 2012

CRIT PhD student Gopinaath Kannabiran and CRIT honorary member Ann Light are organizing a workshop titled “Identity, Performativity, and HCI” at CHI 2012 on May 6, 2012.…

CRIT PhD Student to present at Thinking Gender 2012

CRIT PhD student Gopinaath Kannabiran has been selected to present his work at Thinking Gender 2012, UCLA on Feb 3, 2012.…

CRIT Ph.D. Student Admitted to Two Doctoral Consortia

Tyler Pace, an advanced Ph.D. student (whom you should try to hire if you have openings) was recently accepted to both the CSCW and CHI Doctoral Consortia. These highly competitive events bring together many of the most promising soon-to-graduate Ph.D. …

CRIT Co-Director Speaks on Feminist HCI at CMU

On Wednesday, November 16, CRIT co-director Shaowen Bardzell presented her work on Feminist HCI as a part of the Seminar Series in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) at Carnegie-Mellon University. The title of the colloquium talk was “Feminism and HCI: …

Special Issue on Feminist HCI Released Today

A special issue of Interacting With Computers (Elsevier) on Feminism and HCI was released today, co-edited by CRIT’s own Shaowen Bardzell and Yahoo! Research’s Elizabeth Churchill. Bardzell and Churchill also contributed an Editor’s Introduction, which motivates the topic, maps …

World of Warcraft Research Accepted at CSCW 12

Three members of the CRIT team–Jeffrey Bardzell, Shaowen Bardzell, and Tyler Pace–collaborating with Jeffrey Nichols of IBM Research have a full paper accepted to CSCW’12, the premier international conference on computer-supported cooperative work. The paper is …

CRIT PhD student to present at Arse Elektronika

CRIT PhD student Gopinaath Kannabiran will give a talk on “Designing Desire: Meditations on Technosexuality” at Arse Elektronika 2011: SCREW THE SYSTEM in October 2011.…

CRIT Faculty on Journal Editorial Board

CRIT faculty Jeffrey Bardzell and Shaowen Bardzell are now on the editorial board of the journal Interacting with Computers.…

CRIT Ph.D. Student Receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Katie O’Donnell, a CRIT PhD student, has been awarded a Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation. The fellowship will support research on the role technology plays in reducing¬†logistical¬†and emotional stressors in post-divorce families. Read the official …

CRIT receives NSF funding to study network-based creativity

CRIT has been awarded a NSF grant through the Creative IT program to study massively amateur creativity. Here is the press release!…

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