University of Washington
Looking forward to visiting the University of Washington later this month. I will deliver a research presentation at the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance. I was on the faculty of the University of Washington Information School from 2005-2011 and held adjunct appointments in the College of Engineering and the Evans School. Taking Information Systems Seriously in […]
Belarus Authorities’ Counter-Revolutionary ICTs Tactics: 2001-2010
Volodymyr Lysenko (University of Washington) and I have a paper accepted in Europe-Asia Studies. Belarus authorities’ counter-revolutionary tactics related to information and communication technologies in 2001-2010: lessons learned Information and communication technology (ICT)-enabled revolutionary tactics play an important role in uprisings against non-democratic regimes worldwide. Up to now, a critical understanding of how authorities in those […]
Mobile App Development in Highly Regulated Industries @ Society for Information Management’s Advanced Practices Council
I am thrilled to be invited back to address the Advanced Practices Council (APC) of the Society for Information Management. The APC commissioned a research report on mobile app development in highly regulated industries. Over the last few months, I have collaborated with Paul Simon (CEO of iHear Network and my former graduate student at the University of […]
My Research Mind – A Little Messy
I have been doing some reflection on my research interests and the connections between the various scientific domains in which I work. I will be on a panel, Working on Mars while Living on Earth – Balancing Demands across Disciplinary Boundaries, with Sandeep Purao (Penn State University), Ajay Vinze (Arizona State University), and Steve Sawyer (Syracuse University) at the 22nd Workshop on […]
Press Release – Assoc. Dean for Research at the College of Public Programs, Arizona State Univ.
For the complete announcement, please click here. I am a Sun Devil!
Intelligence and Nuclear Non-Proliferation Programs: The Achilles Heel
Kristen Lau (University of Oxford) and I have a paper accepted for publication in Intelligence and National Security. Kristen was my graduate student at the University of Washington and is now pursuing a doctoral degree at Oxford. We began studying information management failures associated with nuclear non-proliferation efforts in 2009. We presented an early version of the paper at the Centre […]
Charting the co-Evolution of Cyberprotest and Counteraction to appear in Convergence
Volodymyr Lysenko and I have a paper accepted in Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. Volodymyr is a former PhD student of mine that graduated from the Information School at the University of Washington. This paper draws on work he did while completing his dissertation. The paper is titled, Charting the co-Evolution […]
Google Scholar Profile
I have (finally) created a Google Scholar profile. Please see here for my profile.
Joining the Advisory Board of iHear Network
I have entered into an agreement with the management team of iHear Network to join their advisory board. I am excited to help iHear Network realize their vision of developing an innovative app for smart phones. The iHear app uses text-to-speech integration to connect users to relevant stories, news, and conversations. iHear Network recently appointed Paul […]
Kevin Desouza named director of Virginia Tech’s Metropolitan Institute – Press Release
Virginia Tech released the following press release on my new role at the University (Click here to access the press release – LINK). NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION, Aug. 18, 2011 – Kevin Desouza has been named director of theMetropolitan Institute, a center in theSchool of Public and International Affairs in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies at Virginia […]