Shannon Crooks, a PhD student at Syracuse University's School of Information Studies, was one of seven named to this year's prestigious group of scholars.
She comments in the piece "Jan. 6 witnesses push Trump stalwarts back to rabbit hole"
Skepticism about what Facebook will do in virtual reality is overshadowing the technology’s human potential, including for people with disabilities. Who will step up and build those applications?
Prof. Jennifer Stromer-Galley spoke to The New York Times about misinformation in political email campaigns - one of the most powerful communication tools available.
Students embrace cutting-edge technology innovation with first-of-its kind blockchain course and research that solves real-world challenges.
Lee McKnight was interviewed by Healthcare Info Security to discuss the motivations behind recent ransomware attacks.
Assistant Professor Beth Patin and Postdoctoral Scholar Melinda Sebastian explain Epistemicide using Star Wars analogies for Information Matters.
Jennifer Stromer-Galley was interviewed by News Channel 9 WSYR on how to combat COVID-19 misinformation.
Prof. Jennifer Stromer-Galley Interviewed by The Guardian on TikTok Conspiracies and Digital Natives
“We have this stereotype of conspiracy theorists being older people on social media, but young people can in some ways be more susceptible,” said Prof. Stromer-Galley.
Social interactions, which are necessary for developing brains in young people, are increasingly mediated through social media platforms.