Rewards & Recognitions

Community-Engaged Faculty Scholarship & In the News: 2020-2021

Even as the world stopped with the onslaught of COVID-19 – the research, scholarship, and spotlighting of our community-engaged faculty network has not. This post shares the scholarship and news features of our 2020-2021 service-learning course faculty members. While it is only a sampling, it is an incredible list that showcases the innovative and important work our network is doing in their own field or around community engagement.

Design Study “Lite” Methodology: Expediting Design Studies and Enabling the Synergy of Visualization Pedagogy and Social Good, Co-authored by Dr. Becca Berkey (S-L), Dr. Michelle A. Borkin (Khoury), and Dr. Lisa Roe (CCE) 

April 2020, CHI ’20: Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 

Innovation will help us rebuild, Co-authored by Dr. Daniel T. O’Brien (CSSH)

 May 17, 2020, The Boston Globe.

January Thaw or Climate Change?, Features Dr. Jennie C. Stephens (CSSH)

January 19, 2020,The Medium.

Not Just Climate Change: The Other Dangerous Ways Fossil Fuels Hurt Us, Co-authored by Dr. Jennie C. Stephens (CSSH)

March 9, 2020,The National Interest.

Youtube’s New Ad Policy is Designed to Protect Kids. Will it Drive Them Away Instead?, Features Dr. Keith Smith (D’amore-McKim)

January 9, 2020, News@Northeastern.

So How Do You Sell Recreational Marijuana?, Features Dr. Keith Smith (D’amore-McKim)

January 15, 2020, News@Northeastern.

Evaluating the Effect of Timeline Shape on Visualization Task Performance, Co-authored by Dr. Michelle A. Borkin (Khoury) and Dr. Cody Dunne (Khoury)

February 4, 2020, The Medium.

Mumbai Provided the Perfect Setting for Northeastern’s Global Leadership Summit, Features Rebecca Riccio (CSSH)

March 2, 2020, News@Northeastern.

Dr. Laney Strange advocates inclusivity in computer science, Featuring Dr. Laney Strange (Khoury)

March 11, 2020, The Huntington News.

Meaningful Writing and Personal Connection: Exploring Student and Faculty Perspectives, Co-authored by Dr. Neal Lerner (CSSH)

2020, Diverse Approaches to Teaching, Learning, and Writings Across the Curriculum, IWAC at 25.

Professor Amanda Reeser Lawrence, School of Architecture, Speaks at Columbia University & AIA New York/Center for Architecture on PRAXIS 15, “Bad Architectures”, Featuring Dr. Amanda Lawrence (CAMD)

February 24, 2020, Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design.

Linguistic and Non-Linguistic Choices and Attitudes in an East-West Telecollaboration, Co-authored by Dr. Carolin Fuchs (CSSH)

February 2020, Understanding Attitude in Intercultural Virtual Communication.

Soy estudiante de ingles, Authored by Dr. Carolin Fuchs (CSSH)

January 2020, The JALT CALL Journal.

Cultural and Contextual Affordances in Language MOOCs: Student Perspectives, Authored by Dr. Carolin Fuchs (CSSH)

April 2020, International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design.

Mapping and Visualizing News Images for Media Research, Co-authored by Rahul Bhargava (CAMD)

March 2020, Computation + Journalism.

The Story of Queryvis, Not Just Another Visual Programming Language, Featuring Dr. Cody Dunne (Khoury)

June 30, 2020, Northeastern University Khoury College of Computer Science.

Embrace the debate: Goals, de‐marketing overconsumption, and conflicting information, Co-authored by Dr. Amir Grinstein (D’amore-McKim)

July 31, 2020, Psychology & Marketing.

Imagine Leading a City Through a Pandemic and Mass Protests. Now Imagine Doing it from Home., Featuring Dr. Daniel T. O’Brien (CSSH)

August 3, 2020, News@Northeastern.

How a Freeloading Worm Might Help Us Live Healthier, Longer Lives, Featuring Dr. Javier Apfeld (COS)

August 4, 2020, Northeastern University College of Science.

Investigating Attention and Influence Online with Media Cloud, Featuring Rahul Bhargava (CAMD)

August 14, 2020, Computation + Journalism.

Towards impactful energy justice research: Transforming the power of academic engagement, Co-authored by Dr. Jennie C. Stephens (CSSH)

September 2020, Energy Research & Social Science.

Diversifying Power: Why We Need Antiracist, Feminist Leadership on Climate and Energy, Authored by Dr. Jennie C. Stephens (CSSH)

September 2020, IslandPress.

DebateVis: Visualizing Political Debates for Non-Expert Users, Co-authored by Dr. Michelle A. Borkin (Khoury) and John P. Wihbey (CAMD)

September 7, 2020, DebateVis.

VisConnect: Distributed Event Synchronization for Collaborative Visualization, Co-authored by Dr. Michelle A. Borkin (Khoury) and Dr. Cody Dunne (Khoury)

September 7, 2020, VisConnect.

COVID-19 Special Investigation Report: K-12 Education in New England, Co-authored by Dr. Lori Gardinier (CSSH) and Dr. Emily Mann (CSSH)

September 23, 2020, Northeastern University Human Services Faculty Stories.

Data Visualization for Transgender Voice Training, Co-authored by Dr. Michelle A. Borkin (Khoury)

October, 2020, Trans Health Technology.

New Research by Myo Chung, Exploring Fact-Checking & Social Media, Published in Top Communications Journal, Featuring Dr. Myo Chung (CAMD)

October 6, 2020, Northeastern University College of Arts, Media, and Design.

Lasting Police Reform will Require Confronting Roots of Racism in American Policing, Features Rebecca Riccio (CSSH)

October 21, 2020, News@Northeastern.

Living in Boston During COVID-19: Report #1-7 in a Series., Co-authored by Dr. Daniel T. O’Brien (CSSH)

November 2020 – February 2021, NSF RAPID: Infection Transmission of COVID19 in Urban Neighborhoods.

Vote on Tuesday – and Next Year, and the Year After, too, Features Hilary Sullivan (CCE)

November 2, 2020, News@Northeastern.

When and How User Comments Affect News Readers’ Personal Opinion: Perceived Public Opinion and Perceived News Position as Mediators, Co-authored by Dr. Myo Chung (CAMD)

November 5, 2020, Taylor & Francis Group.

Sociotechnical agendas: Reviewing future directions for energy and climate research, Co-authored by Dr. Jennie C. Stephens (CSSH)

December 2020, Energy Research & Social Science.

Advancing Racial Justice Means Ending Fossil Fuel Reliance, Co-authored by Dr. Jennie C. Stephens (CSSH)

December 2020, DAME.

Digital Democracy: Accelerating a New Field of Knowledge, Authored by John P. Wihbey (CAMD)

December 2020, Knight Foundation.

Tackling misinformation: What researches could do with social media data, Co-authored by John P. Wihbey (CAMD)

December 9, 2020, Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review.

How a Multi-Year, Multifaceted, and Iterative Partnership Can Change Teaching, Learning, & Research, Co-authored by Dr. Becca Berkey (S-L)

January 2021, Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education.

Pedagogy, Co-authored by Dr. Sarah Finn (CSSH)

January 2021, Project Muse.

The Emerging Science of Context Labeling: Contextualizing Social Media Content Moderation, Co-authored by John P. Wihbey (CAMD)

January 6, 2021, Content Labeling Project.

Detecting and Defending Against Seizure-Inducing GIFs in Social Media, Co-authored by Dr. Michelle A. Borkin (Khoury)

January 12, 2021, OSF Preprints.

New Year, New Published Work: Professor Myo Chung’s Recent Studies in Health Communication and Digital Journalism, Featuring Dr. Myo Chung (CAMD)

January 12, 2021, Northeastern University College of Arts, Media, and Design.

Getting Representative Sponsorship Right in Your Organization, Co-authored by Dr. Curtis L. Odom (D’amore-McKim)

January 25, 2021, MITSloan Management Review.

The Past Few Days in Gamestop, Reddit, and the Stock Market, Explained, Features Dr. Keith Smith (D’amore-McKim)

January 29, 2021, News@Northeastern.

When I learn the News is False: How Fact-Checking Information Stems the Spread of Fake News Via Third-Person Perception, Co-authored by Dr. Myo Chung (CAMD)

February 6, 2021, Oxford Academic.

Northeastern Honors Staff Members’ Innovation, Service During COVID-19 Pandemic, Featuring Dr. Carolin Fuchs (CSSH)

February 16, 2021, News@Northeastern.

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