In the context of growing political polarization, the spread of misinformation, and increases in incivility and intolerance, how can the Twitter social networking service assess and improve the quality of its conversations?
Prior to joining the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University, Brian was an assistant professor of sociology at The Sage Colleges.
Jeff Hemsley’s research interests center on understanding information diffusion – or viral events, particularly in the context of politics in social media.
Mook’s dissertation, titled “Microcelebrity Practices: A Cross-Platform Study Through a Richness Framework”, examined the uses of social media by celebrities for growing and maintaining an audience.
On Tuesday, March 27th, CCDS’ Jenny Stromer-Galley and Alexandra Sargent attended the 2018 Summit of the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub (“the Hub”) in NYC at the Columbia Journalism School.
The purpose of HICSS is to provide a forum for the interchange of ideas, research results, development activities, and applications among academicians and practitioners in computer-based systems sciences.
As one of the iSchool's newest data science hires, Daniel Acuna has an affiliation with the Center for Computational and Data Science (CCDS).