John S. Seberger
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John S. Seberger is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the School of Communication Arts & Sciences at Michigan State University, where he works with the Dean and an interdisciplinary team of engineers and communications scholars on humanistic and sociotechnical issues in computing and artificial intelligence.
He earned his PhD in Information and Computer Science from University of California, Irvine (UCI) in 2019, where he was supervised by Geoffrey C. Bowker. John also holds an MLIS from University of Pittsburgh, an MSc in Research Methods in then Psychology of Music from Keele University (UK), and a BA in Psychology from Kenyon College.
John is a former Graduate Research Fellow of the Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing, GAANN Fellow, and Rob Kling Memorial Fellow . His doctoral research was supported, in part, by a research gift from the Internet of Things Group at Intel.
He is a current Mentor in the Center of Excellence for Women & Technology (CEW&T) at IU, as well as the GROUPS Program at IU.
(Aug 2021) Winner of the 2021 ASIS&T SIG SI Social Informatics Best Paper Award with Geof Bowker :)
(Aug 2021) Quoted in the Washington Post!
(June 2021) Participated in NSF's "Science Before the Storm" Podcast about COVID-19
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