NSF CAREER “Governing Collaborative Science: Cyberinfrastructure, Scale, and Governance in the Networked Ecological Sciences” Cornell University Information Science Department — Ithaca, NY January 2012 — August 2013 PI Dr. Steven Jackson, understanding the relationship between new information technologies and forms of governance in ecology, focused on shifts in the practice of science.
NSF EAGER “Scientific Collaboration in Time: Temporality in Ethnographically Grounded Network Analysis of Scientific Collaboration” Cornell University Information Science Department | Ithaca, NY September 2013 — August 2014 PIs Steven Jackson, Carl Lagoze, Theresa Velden; to advance a new interdisciplinary methodology that integrates ethnographic field studies with the analysis of large-scale publication networks to strengthen the empirical basis…
NSF NSCC/LA “Collaborative Research: Modeling Disclosure and Social Dynamics in Authoritarian Regimes” Cornell University Communication Department | Ithaca, NY August 2011 — January 2012 PIs Drs. Jeff Hancock and Claire Cardie in the Social Media Lab, detecting deceptive online reviews through social language processing.
Google “Traces and Conflict: Understanding The Value of Ambiguity in Trace Histories” Cornell University Communication Department | Ithaca, NY June 2011 — June 2012 PI Dr. Jeremy Birnholtz in the Collaboration Technology Lab, investigating social elements of collaborative document writing technologies, like Google Docs or tracked changes in Microsoft Word.
NSF IIS “Visualization of Reputations in Collaborative Systems” University of Washington Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering | Seatlle, WA September 2010 — May 2011 PIs Drs. Mark Zachry and David McDonald in the Communicative Practices in Virtual Workspaces Lab designing a software and architecture which supports social translucence on Wikipedia.
NSF “PRACCIS: Promoting Reasoning and Conceptual Change in Science” Rutgers University Graduate School of Education Educational Psychology Department | New Brunswick, NJ October 2006 — August 2007 Undergraduate research assitant to Dr. Clark Chinn. Responsibilities: Create and analyze cognitive coding; design written materials for implementing research using Microsoft Office Tools; collect and organize audio, video and…
Natural Language Processing Rutgers University Cognitive Science Department — New Brunswick, NJ August 2005 — March 2006 Undergraduate research assistant to Dr. Arnold Glass. Responsibilities: Design and implement application in C; update and optimize existing code; document previously unmarked code; understand cognitive and linguistic structures