Pamela Wisniewski is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Central Florida. Her research expertise is situated in the field of Human-Computer Interaction and lies at the intersection of social computing and privacy. Her goal is to frame privacy as a means to not only protect end users, but more importantly, to enrich online social interactions that individuals share with others.
Jessica Vitak is an assistant professor in the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland and Associate Director of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL). Her research evaluates issues around networked privacy as well as questions of ethics in social computing research.
Xinru Page is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Information Systems at Bentley University. Her research focuses on social media adoption and non-use, networked privacy, and the role of individual traits and values in our increasingly mediated communications.
Bart Knijnenburg is an assistant professor in the School of Computing at Clemson University and co-director of the Humans And Technology (HAT) Lab. His research focuses on privacy decision-making, user-tailored privacy, and the user-centric aspects of recommender systems.
Yang Wang is an assistant professor in the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University and co-director of the Social Computing Systems (SALT) Lab. His current research focuses on inclusive privacy, which aims to design effective privacy mechanisms for people with disabilities and other underserved populations.
Casey Fiesler is an assistant professor in the Department of Information Science at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research largely examines the intersection of law, ethics, and social norms in online communities, as well as our research practices around them.