Drexel CCI at ACM Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing Conference

CSCW 2022

Drexel University College of Computing & Informatics (CCI) faculty and students are making several research and other contributions to the ACM conference Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2022), held virtually between Nov 8 and 22, 2022. CCI co-authors are listed below in bold.


  1. Assistant Professor Afsaneh Razi, PhD with Alsoubai, A., J. Song, N. Naher, M. De Choudhury, P. Wisniewski, “From 'Friends with Benefits' to 'Sextortion:' A Nuanced Investigation of Adolescents' Online Sexual Risk Experiences”. Proc. ACM Hum.-Comput. Interact. CSCW 2022.
  2. Swathi Jagannath (PhD Information Science '20), Neha Kamireddi (Drexel STAR Scholar/BS Biomedical Engineering '21), Katie Zellner (current PhD in Information Science student), Associate Professor Aleksandra Sarcevic, PhD, with Burd, R. S., and Marsic, I.A speech-based model for tracking the progression of activities in extreme action teamwork. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction (PACM HCI), Vol. 6, Issue CSCW, Article No. 73 (25 pages), April 2022. Presentation at CSCW 2022 by K. Zellner.
  3. Former CCI Postdoctoral Researcher Shruti Sannon and Professor and Information Science Department Head Andrea Forte, PhD. (2022). Privacy Research with Marginalized Groups: What We Know, What’s Needed, and What’s Next. Proceedings of the ACM: Human-Computer Interaction (PACM: HCI). CSCW. **honorable mention**
  4. Assistant Professor John Seberger, PhD & Patil, S. (2022). Beyond the Pandemic and Privacy Concerns: Perceived Benefit and Expected Use of Pandemic-Tracking Apps in India. (PACM: HCI)
  5. Assistant Professor John Seberger, PhD, with Obi, I., Loukil, M., Liao, W., Wild, D., & Patil, S. (2022). Speculative Vulnerability: Uncovering the Temporalities of Vulnerability in People’s Experiences of the Pandemic. (PACM: HCI)


  1. Assistant Professor Afsaneh Razi, PhD with P. Dev, J. Medina, Z. Agha, M. De Choudhury, and P. Wisniewski, “From Ignoring Strangers’ Solicitations to Mutual Sexting with Friends: Understanding Youth’s Online Sexual Risks in Instagram Private Conversations”, In CSCW’22 Companion, November 8–22, 2022, Virtual Event, Taiwan, https://doi.org/10.1145/3500868.3559469

Organizing and Volunteering

In addition, Assistant Professor Jina Huh-Yoo, PhD is completing her four-year term as a member of the CSCW steering committee, and Professor Andrea Forte, PhD is completing her four-year term as the steering committee chair.

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