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NULab Faculty Myojung Chung is a Visiting Scholar at Harvard

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The Institute for Rebooting Social Media (RSM) at Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center (BKC) recently announced its cohort of Visiting Scholars for the 2024-2025 academic year. NULab faculty member Myojung Chung, an assistant professor of journalism and media innovation at Northeastern CAMD, joins this cohort of seven visiting scholars, all of whom have backgrounds in communications, computer science, journalism, mathematics, network economics, or political science. Throughout the academic year, these scholars will study critical online phenomena and collaborate, with the support of stakeholders, to imagine solutions and create prototypes.

The team of scholars comprising this cohort includes: Aymar Jean Christian, Myojung Chung, Noah Giansiracusa, Eric Gilbert, Paul Resnick, Allison Stanger, and Marshall Van Alstyne. Each faculty member has produced field-leading scholarship across disciplines related to social media and online connection.

“These extraordinary scholars can help reimagine digital platforms to foster meaningful human connection,” said Jonathan Zittrain, co-director of the Institute for Rebooting Social Media. “And they will help catalyze others to join the effort, including and especially our students.”

You can read more about this announcement on the Berkman Klein Center website.

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