Summer Research Institute 2014

Starting in 2008, the CSST Summer Research Institute has brought together scholars from a broad range of intellectual communities to network and mentor, and to develop research projects and proposals related to the interplay of social and technological systems that span individuals, groups, organizations, and societies. CSST2014 continues the tradition of strengthening and expanding the diverse community.

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About the Event

CSST 2014 was hosted by The iSchool at the University of Missouri on the campus of the University of Missouri. The event was sponsored by the following organizations:

Directors of CSST–2014

  • Diane Bailey, University of Texas
  • Erik Johnston, Arizona State University

Concurrent Events

  • CSST Infrastructure team: Warren Allen (FSU), Josh Introne (Michigan State), Adam Worral (FSU) and Liz Thiry (Penn State)
  • The opening meeting (July 8 & 9) of a new virtual institute focused on Open Online Community Data Research: Prototyping an Open Collaboration Data Factory: Susan Winter (Maryland), Brian Butler (Maryland), Matt Bietz (UC-Irvine), Libby Hemphill (Illinois Institute of Technology), Jonathan Morgan (Wikimedia Foundation), Sean Goggins (Missouri) and Sabine Brunswicker (Purdue)

Event Participants

Mark Ackerman University of Michigan CSCW, HCI, Social Computing
Diane Bailey University of Texas Information Technology and Work
Paul Dourish University of California Irvine CSCW, HCI, Social Computing, Science and Technology Studies
Nicole Ellison University of Michigan Social Media, Networks, Internet Studies
Sean Goggins University of Missouri Online Groups, Social Computing, Group Informatics
Erik Johnston Arizona State University Simulations, Policy, Modeling, Structures
Tony Salvador Intel Design Ethnography, I.T. Products
Jennifer Stromer-Galley Syracuse Social Media, Political Science
Andrea Tapia Penn State Public Institutions and Informatics
Wendy Bellar Media Studies
Marisa Brant Communication and Science Studies
Casey Fiesler HCI
Jeanine Finn Information Studies
Guo Zhang Freeman Information Studies
Michael Frutiger IT Management
Stuart Geiger Information Studies
Ian Graves Computer Science
Julia Haines digital media
Thomas Jenkins Design
Jenny Korn Management
Aron Lindberg Communication
Maggie MacAulay Information Studies
Rachel Magee Information Studies
Michael Marcinkowski HCI
Jennifer Marlow Information Studies
Tamara Peyton Communication
Casey Pierce HCI
Robert Racadio Human Centered Design and Engineering
Bryan Semaan Information Studies
Dina Shah Communications
Madeline Smith Journalism
Harsh Taneja Computer Science / HCI
Eric Trainer Information Studies
Kristene Unsworth Information Policy
Alyson Young Information Studies
Atsa Zelenkauskaite Information Studies