Author: shaowenbardzell

CRIT members honored with 3 awards at CHI 2015

CRIT members were awarded with three Honorable Mention (top 5%) awards at CHI 2015 (http://chi2015.acm.org/program/best-of-chi/). The awarded papers are as follows: Jeffrey Bardzell, Shaowen...


Shaowen Bardzell Gives Keynote at PDC 2014

CRIT co-director Shaowen Bardzell gave the closing Keynote to the Participatory Design Conference (PDC’14) in Windhoek, Namibia last month. The title of her talk was “Utopias of...


CRIT Hosts Making Subjects Conference

CRIT, along with its sponsors from the National Science Foundation and the Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing, is hosting a conference, Making Subjects. The conference web site...


CRIT Professors Part of $12 Million Intel Research Grant

CRIT professors Jeffrey Bardzell and Shaowen Bardzell are part of a new $12 million Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing. The Center comprises five universities, including Indiana,...


Two CRIT Papers to be Presented at ACM DIS'2012

CRIT faculty members Shaowen Bardzell and Jeffrey Bardzell will be co-presenting two full papers at ACM DIS’2012 in Newcastle this month. First is “Crafting Quality in Design: Integrity,...


Ph.D. Student Participates in Two Doctoral Consortia

CRIT Ph.D. student Tyler Pace participated on doctoral consortia at both CSCW and CHI this year. The title of the CHI doctoral consortium contribution was “Creative self-expression in...


CRIT Faculty Actively Serve HCI Design Community

In the 2011-2012 academic year, CRIT faculty researchers Shaowen Bardzell and Jeffrey Bardzell have served the international HCI community and design subcommunity in diverse ways, including the...


New CRIT Members

CRIT is pleased to announce that Youngsuk Altieri has accepted her offer to the Indiana University Ph.D. program in Informatics (HCI track). Youngsuk holds an MFA in Fine Arts, and the focus of her...


CRIT Ph.D. Student Admitted to Two Doctoral Consortia

Tyler Pace, an advanced Ph.D. student (whom you should try to hire if you have openings) was recently accepted to both the CSCW and CHI Doctoral Consortia. These highly competitive events bring...


CRIT Co-Director Speaks on Feminist HCI at CMU

On Wednesday, November 16, CRIT co-director Shaowen Bardzell presented her work on Feminist HCI as a part of the Seminar Series in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) at Carnegie-Mellon...