Sonali R. Mishra, Predrag Klasnja, John MacDuffie Woodburn, Eric Hekler, Larsson Omberg, Michael Kellen, and Lara Mangravite had their paper “Supporting Coping with Parkinson’s Disease Through Self Tracking” accepted to CHI 2019.
- Published an article titled, "Wearing the Wealth of the Land: Chilkat Robes and Their Connection to Place" in the exhibition catalog for the traveling exhibit Natures Nations: Art and Environment. The exhibit was organized by the Princeton Museum of Art and the catalog is distributed by Yale Press.
- Hosted a "Coffee with the Curator" at the Museum of Glass for museum members as part of the public programming for "Preston Singletary: Raven and the Box of Daylight."
Negin Dahya was appointed to the Seattle City Mayor’s Surveillance Ordinance Working Group. The City of Seattle passed an ordinance last year that sets up public comment and a process in which the City Council votes for each technology that constitutes “surveillance.” Each technology gets a Surveillance Impact Report (“SIR”), and the Working Group is set up to provide a section of the report on potential impacts to historically vulnerable communities.
Annie Searle has been invited to join the Shared Assessments Risk Steering Committee. She will focus on current and emerging risk and a holistic approach to risk management—an opportunity for executives from a cross sector of industries to share their experiences managing risks, leading to the identification of best practices for incorporating new risks and new risk detection/mitigation techniques into an existing Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) structure.
Marc Schmalz was interviewed and quoted in the article Island game developer’s archive now in museum, published in the Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber newspaper.
- Gave a talk at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C., titled, “Mapping Misinformation and Science Communication Research.”
- Served as a panelist for the public gathering on "Fake News: Why Lies Spread Faster Than the Truth” sponsored by the World Affairs Council and the Goethe Institute.