Katie Davis, Alexis Hiniker, and Molly Adrian (UW Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences), along with colleagues from University College London and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium), were awarded a UW Global Innovation Fund (GIF) grant of $8,862 for Setting an International, Cross-Disciplinary Agenda for Youth Digital Wellness Research.
At EACL-2021’s workshop on Bridging Human–Computer Interaction and Natural Language Processing, Tanu Mitra presented a paper titled, “Provocation: Contestability in Large-Scale Interactive NLP Systems.” (PDF)
J. Elizabeth Mills and Michelle H. Martin published a forum piece on mentorship, co-written with several other scholars of color, in the journal Research on Diversity in Youth Literature: Mills, J. E., Loza, M. R., McDaniel, B. J., Mansour, N., Chandler, K., & Martin, M. H. (2021). "Many Hands Make Rich Work: Mentorship and Collaboration in a Diverse Scholarly Space," Research on Diversity in Youth Literature: Vol. 3: Iss. 1, Article 13.
Chirag Shah was interviewed for a Slate article about the end of Yahoo answers: “How Can This Possibly Be the End of Yahoo Answers????”