is a postdoctoral research fellow in Information Science
at Cornell University, and is a member of the Culturally
Embedded Computing group. She has recently begun
studying families living more simply to learn about
their views on ICT and sustainability.
is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of
Communication at Cornell University. Her recent work
involves understanding everyday practices of busyness
and designs that offer simplicity, slowness, and
reflection. Gilly organized a NSF- sponsored symposium
on the culture of busyness and IT in May 2011.
an Associate Professor of Informatics and director of
the Human-Computer Interaction Design program of the
School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana
University, Bloomington. His scholarship and creative
activity engages sustainable interaction design, design
theory, visual thinking and digital imagery, and design
challenge based learning.
an Assistant Professor at SLAIS, the iSchool at the
University of British Columbia. Her work investigates:
1) the design of information systems that address
societal challenges, specifically those that are
ethically charged and impact multiple generations (e.g.,
sustainability, war) and 2) information practices that
influence how these systems adapt over time.
Associate Professor at Otago Polytechnic where he
combines interaction design with his responsibility for
education for sustainability across the institution. His
recent book “The Green Graduate: Educating every student
as a sustainable practitioner” posits a sustainable
approach to every discipline.
is an associate professor at Cornell
University and leads the Culturally Embedded Computing
group. Her recent design-ethnographic fieldwork in a
subsistence fishing village in Newfoundland highlights
issues around simplicity, pace of life, and