I have completed my PhD degree from the University of Michigan School of Information and started my new adventure as an Assistant Professor at the Rutgers University School of Communication and Information. My new personal website is here. I was advised by Prof. Sarita Yardi Schoenebeck. As a PhD student, I was lucky to be a member of the Social Media Research Lab and the Graduate Certificate program in Science, Technology and Society.

My research lies at the intersection of Social Computing, Data Science, and Science, Technology, and Society studies (STS). My work focuses on the interplay between technological and social role change. Specifically, I study how large societal shifts, such as changing norms around masculinity, are associated with online interactions and social movements. I also research how the mass adoption of technologies like social media and emerging technologies like voice assistants affects social roles in the domestic sphere.

I am a mixed methods researcher connecting critical theory values from STS with computational social science techniques to advocate for equity and progressive social change in online contexts.




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