310 Kennedy Hall
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Communication and the Faculty of Computing and Information Science. My research and teaching interests lie in the area of collaboration technologies for geographically distributed workgroups, and in the intersections of social science theory and technology design.
Collaboration in geographically distributed workgroups; interpersonal attention; cyberinfrastructure/e-science.
I teach courses in the area of computer-mediated communication, computer-supported cooperative work, and research methods.