Spectrum Astro, Gilbert, AZ
Summer Intern, Strategic Planning and Proposal Operations Department
Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, Needham, MA
Library Website Developer
York Telecom Corporation, Eatontown, NJ
Web Developer, Engineering Department
2000 - 2001
Affordable Web Designs, Little Silver NJ
Web developer / sole proprietor
1998 - 2000
Refereed Conference Papers with Proceedings
(Lightly) Refereed Presentations and Posters
Riley, W; Morris, ME; Munson, SA; Resnick, P. (2011). “AffectCheck: How Real-time Feedback on Affective Tone Influences Twitter Communication,” Medicine 2.0, Palo Alto, California.
Lee, D; Munson SA; Congleton, B; Ackerman, M; Newman, MW; Finholt, T; Hofer, E. (2009). “Montage: A platform for physically navigating multiple pages of web content,” Extended Abstracts CHI 2009, Boston, Massachusetts.
Chang, C; Ferro, L; Gibson, J; Hitzeman, J; Lubar, S; Palmer, J; Munson, SA; Vilain, M; and Wellner, B. (2006). “Maytag: A multi-staged approach to identifying complex events in textual data
,” Conference of the European Chapter for Computational Linguistics, Trento, Italy.
Laughlin, C; Cummings, C; Lee, A; Munson, SA; Tsai, J. (2006). “They Speak: One-on-One Interviews with Female Engineering Students on Project-based Learning,” ASEE Regional Conference, 17 March 2006, Worchester, Massachusetts.
Invited Talks & Panels
“'It's not that I don't have problems, I'm just not putting them on Facebook': Challenges and Opportunities in Using Online Social Networks for Health,” FIRST Seminar, School of Information, University of Michigan. 18 February 2011.
“Selecting and Presenting Diverse Political Opinions Online,” dub Seminar, University of Washington. 21 July 2010.
“Happier Together: Integrating a Wellness Application Into a Social Network Site,” dub Seminar, University of Washington. 23 June 2010.
“Presenting Diverse Political Opinions: How and How Much,” FIRST Seminar, School of Information, University of Michigan. 15 January 2010.
“Mechanical Turk for Social Science,” Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar, School of Information, University of Michigan. With Eytan Bakshy. 28 October 2009.
“WikFest: Starting and Growing Successful Wikis” (panelist), 2008 International Symposium on Wikis, Porto, Portugal. 10 September 2008.
Workshops and Workshop Papers
Participant. Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies Exploratory Workshop on Social Media and Health. University of British Columbia, 3-5 February 2013.
Participant. Ultra-large-scale Interaction Workshop, CCC/CRA Roadmapping for Interactive Technology. Chicago, IL, 25-27 October 2010.
Munson, SA. (2010). “Participation and Polarization,” Technology Mediated Social Participation. NSF Workshop. Ballston, VA, 22-23 April 2010.
Munson, SA; Lauterbach, D; Newman, M, Resnick, P; Morris, M. (2010) “Integrating Wellness Interventions with Existing Social Network Sites,” Wellness Informatics Workshop. CHI 2010. 10 April 2010.
Munson, SA; Lauterbach, D; Newman, M, Resnick, P; Morris, M. (2010). “The Opportunity of Social Computing to Make Us Healthier Together,” Workshop on CSCW Research in Healthcare: Past, Present, and Future. CSCW 2010.
Doctoral Consortia & Mentoring Programs
Summer Institute, Consortium for the Science of Sociotechnical Systems. June 2011. Captiva Island, Florida.
Doctoral Consortium. Persuasive 2010. June 2010. Copenhagen, Denmark.
Mentoring Program. Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare, CHI 2010. April 2010. Atlanta, Georgia.
Doctoral Consortium. Conference on Communities and Technologies. June 2009. Pennsylvania State University.
“Impacts of Public Announcements of Goals and Outcomes on Goal Completion.” Applying Behavioral Economics to Persistent Health Challenge, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Co-authored with PIs Paul Resnick, Caroline Richardson, and Erin Krupka. $99,626.
Intel PhD Fellowship. 2011.
REU Supplement to “BALANCE: Optimizing News and Opinion Aggregators for Diversity.” NSF IIS Small #0916099 Amendment #001. Supplement coauthored with PI Paul Resnick. $16,000.
“BALANCE: Optimizing News and Opinion Aggregators for Diversity.” NSF IIS Small #0916099. Co-authored with PI Paul Resnick and Daniel Xiaodan Zhou. $499,312.
“Social Software for Wellness Interventions.” 2009. University of Michigan Rackham Graduate Pre-Candidate Research Grant. $1,500.
REU Supplement to “Manipulation-Resistant Recommender Systems.” NSF IIS Small #0812042 Amendment #001. Supplement coauthored with investigator Paul Resnick. $16,000.
“Opinion Diversity in Online Political Discussions.” 2008. Yahoo! Key Technical Challenge Grant. $5,000.
Franko, B; Giuntoli, D; Senoadi, N; Robb, C; Munson, SA; Bengtsson, R; Mitchell, B; Fletcher, H (2006). Flight Portal
, United States Patent #7,777,718.
Professional & Institutional Service
Panel and Workshop Organization
Introne J, Levy K, Munson SA, Goggins S, Wash R, Aragon C. “Design, Influence, and Social Technologies: Techniques, Impacts and Ethics,
” workshop for CSCW
2012, Seattle, Washington.
Huh J, Hartzler A, Munson SA, Anderson N, Edwards K, Gore JL, O'Leary J, Parker A, Streat D, Yetisgen-Yildiz M, Pratt W, Ackerman MS. “Brainstorming Design for Health: Helping Patients Utilize Patient-Generated Information on the Web
,” workshop for CSCW
2012, Seattle, Washington.
Morris ME, Consolvo S, Markle K, Munson SA (co-organizers), Patrick K, and Tsai J. (2011). “Facebook for Health: Opportunities and Challenges for Driving Behavior Change,” panel for CHI 2011, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Hemphill L, Munson SA (co-organizers; 2008). “Training, Integration, and Identity: A Roundable Discussion of Undergraduate and Professional Master's Programs in iSchools,” iConference 2008
, Los Angeles, California
SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Program Committee: Interaction Beyond the Individual 2013
Workshop jury 2012 - 2013
Works-in-Progress program committee 2011
AAAI International Conference on Weblogs & Social Media Program Committee 2011 - 2013
Human Computer Interaction Consortium. Venue selection (2010; for 2011), co-webmaster (2010), webmaster (2011).
Association for Computing Machinery
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI)
Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)
Designing Interactive Systems (DIS)
Hypertext and Social Media
Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp)
Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST)
Transactions on Human Computer Interaction (TOCHI)
Conference on Communities and Technologies
Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare
Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work
Journal of Information Technology & Politics
Journal of the National Cancer Institute
The Information Society
International Conference on Information Systems
Policy & Internet
Institute of Translational Health Sciences
Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering, University of Washington
Bachelor's Task Force2012 - present
Space Committee2012 - present
Technology Committee2012 - present
School of Information, University of Michigan
Doctoral Committee2010 - 2011
Executive Committee, Doctoral Student Organiation2010 - 2011
North Quad Committee (new facility)2009 - 2010
Faculty Search Committee2008 - 2009
Curriculum Committee2006 - 2007
Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
Strategic Advisory Committee2005 - 2006
Organizational Health Committee2003 - 2004
Information Technology Working Group2002 - 2004
Council of Olin Representatives (student government)
Vice President of Student Initiatives
Development committee member
2003 - 2004
2002 - 2003
2001 - 2002
Olin Volunteer Ambassadors League2001 - 2004
Curricular Decision Making Board2002
Olin Partner Year2001 - 2002
FIRST Robotics Competition
Advised students on team at Hyde Park High School, Hyde Park, MA2004
Autodesk Visualization Award — created system for regional judging2003
Advised 14-school team, created demonstration board featured at the kick-off workshop2002
Boy Scouts of America
Order of the Arrow Vigil Honor member, Lodge Chief, Section Vice Chief1997 - 2002
Junior Leadership Training Course Staff, Monmouth Council2000 - 2001
Count Basie Learning Center, Red Bank, NJ
Systems and Network Administrator1998 - 2001
Gary M. Olson Outstanding Ph.D. Student Award, School of Information, University of Michigan2010
Yahoo! Innovative Teaching with Technology Award2009
First place, CHI Student Design Competition2007
School of Information Scholarship2006 - 2007
Honorable Mention, National Science Foundation GRFP2006, 2007
Olin Scholarship2001 - 2006
AT&T Scholarship2001 - 2005
NASA MarsPort Competition - led finalist team & Outreach Award winner2002
Founders Award, Order of the Arrow, BSA2001
National Merit Scholar2001