Gravity Spy featured in New Scientist

Gravity Spy was just featured in New Scientist magazine. You can see the story .

The Future of News Work: Human-Technology Collaboration for Journalistic Research and Narrative Discovery

We (Kevin Crowston, Keren Henderson, Jeffrey Nickerson, Lydia Chilton and Mark Hansen) were just awarded an NSF grant (21-29047 at Syracuse) to study the future of news work.

Announcing the WAIM Doctoral Research Fellows!

The  is delighted to announce the five WAIM Doctoral Research Fellows for the 2021-22 academic year. The Fellows were selected from a highly competitive pool of applicants, which was systematically reviewed by an interdisciplinary panel of judges. Each Fellow will be supported with a $50,000 stipend to support the advancement of their dissertation research.

Imagine All the People: Citizen Science, Artificial Intelligence, and Computational Research

The Computing Research Association (CRA) Computing Consortium Community (CCC) has released our Quadrennial Paper research policy brief "“ (with Lea A. Shanley, Lucy Fortson, Tanya Berger-Wolf & Pietro Michelucci).