- Computational Social Science
- Critical Data Studies
- Data Science
- Economics and Information
- Education Technology
- Ethics, Law and Policy
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Human-Robot Interaction
- Incentives and Computation
- Infrastructure Studies
- Interface Design and Ubiquitous Computing
- Natural Language Processing
- Network Science
- Social Computing and Computer-supported Cooperative Work
- Technology and Equity
Student Spotlight: Ayan Ahmed (MPS '19)
Ayan Ahmed’s vision for her Info Sci education at Cornell University was clear and succinct: do project-based work and build a strong user-experience (UX) portfolio. Mission...
Inclusive Messages Boost Women’s Participation in Online STEM Classes
Online education was once hailed as a potential equalizer, offering science, technology, engineering and math skills to everyone regardless of gender, nationality or socioeconomic status. Online,...
Cornell Robotics-Economics Research Explores Humans, Robots and Productivity
In one of the first studies to bring together scholars in human-robot interaction and behavior economics, a new paper from a joint Cornell and Hebrew University research team, including robotics guru...
Student Spotlight: Isabelle De Brabanter (Info Sci, '19)
Technology touches practically every imaginable industry and field of study out there, making an interdisciplinary curriculum like Information Science both essential and unique. Like so many before...
Teaching Ethics and Fairness to Tomorrow's Innovators
An important, behemoth of a story here, courtesy of The Nation, that highlights the growing effort at many universities – including Cornell, and at Cornell Computing and Information Science...
Social Scientists Take on Data-driven Discrimination
Search engine rankings can glorify or torpedo a reputation in minutes. Scoring systems decide whether a person gets a loan. Online hiring platforms calculate which applicants get a job interview. And...
People admit they trust news stories that contradict their views - for a price
This article written by Melanie Lefkowitz originally appeared on the Cornell Chronicle on February 1, 2019. When it comes to news, we believe what we want to believe – even though deep down...
Lee Named ACM Fellow
Cornell Computing and Information Science's Lillian Lee has been named one of the 56 new ACM Fellows for 2018. The Fellows program recognizes the top 1 percent of ACM members for their...
Students code for the Cornell community
By Chris Dawson What started as a committee of Cornell University’s Student Assembly a few short years ago has quickly become one of the most popular student project teams at Cornell Engineering,...