Ricardo Gomez has had all of the following published:
- Based on his work with indigenous communities in Chiapas, Mexico:
- “Radio, Library and Storytelling: Building an information system for indigenous community development in Chiapas, Mexico” in Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries. Along with Yvettte Iribe Ramirez and Jeannie Berwick.
- Radio comunitaria Ach' Lequilc'op: la voz del pueblo Tseltal. Coloquio Internacional sobre Información y Comunidades Indígenas: La importancia de la información en las culturas originarias. Gomez, R., Iribe Ramirez, Y., Vergara, G., & Berwick, J. (2018). Mexico DF, Mexico, Sept 2018.
- Based on his work on sanctuary and migration:
- “Interdisciplinary approaches to refugee and migration studies: Lessons from collaborative research on sanctuary in the changing times of Trump” in Migration and Society, inaugural issue, 1(1). Along with Sara Vannini, Megan Carney, and Katharyne Mitchell. (forthcoming).
- Based on his work with Latinx at UW:
- “Success is being an example: Trajectories and notions of success among Latinx faculty, staff, and students in academia” in Journal of Latinos and Education.
- He also has two new, non-academic books, about his work with indigenous communities in Chiapas, Mexico. They are tri-lingual pubs (English, Spanish, Tseltal) using participatory photography:
- Caretakers of Mother Earth. One Equal Heart Foundation. Along with Yvette Iribe Ramirez, Pablo Perez, Mariano Morales, Jeannie Berwick, Genoveva Vergara Mendoza, and Diane Lopez.
- SIET – Sistema de Información y Evaluación Tseltal – Tseltal Information and Evaluation System. One Equal Heart Foundation. Along with Jeannie Berwick. (2018).
Batya Friedman and Emily Bender (UW Linguistics) had an article accepted to Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics titled, “Data statements for natural language processing: Toward mitigating system bias and enabling better science.“
Jevin West was a panelist for the MOHAI Community Conversation on the reality of fake news that was also broadcast on King County TV.
Hans Jochen Scholl:
- Accepted an invitation to join the editorial board of the journal "ACM Digital Government Research and Practice” (DGRAP), an interdisciplinary journal on the potential and impact of technology on governance innovations and its transformation of public institutions. Soon Ae Chun & Beth Simone Noveck are the Editors-in-Chief.
- Along with Karyn Hubbel and Jeff Leonard, had a paper accepted to the HICSS-52 conference to be held in early January of 2019 in Waimea, Maui, Hawaii. Their paper is titled "Information Sharing and Situational Awareness: Insights from the Cascadia Rising Exercise of June 2016.” It is the second paper from the Cascadia Rising 2016 exercise study.
The UW Tech Policy Lab has received new funding from:
- The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Grant. ($200,000). To support the Tech Policy Lab at the University of Washington. (2018 – 2019). Batya Friedman (Co-PI). With Ryan Calo (Co-PI), School of Law, and Tadayoshi Kohno (Co-PI), Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington.
- Microsoft Corporation. Unrestricted Gift. ($550,000). To support the Tech Policy Lab at the University of Washington. (2018 - 2019). Batya Friedman (Co-PI). With Ryan Calo (Co-PI), School of Law, and Tadayoshi Kohno (Co-PI), Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington.