Charis Asante-Agyei is a Ph.D. student at Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Technological Systems Management from SUNY Korea (Stony Brook University).
My research focuses on how digital technologies are shaping the future of work and learning. To this end, I employ perspectives from socio-technical systems, human-computer interaction, and community informatics. I seek to play an active role in the design, development, deployment, and evaluation of digital technologies –particularly in the Global South.
I enjoy playing the guitar and piano, playing football (aka soccer), and discussing ideas. I also love chocolate. For proof, search online for “One country, two chocolates, and 8000 miles”.