We had 3 papers accepted to the ACM CHI 2020 Conference. These papers investigate crowdsourcing in faith-based health interventions, crisis informatics technologies amongst older adults, and a storytelling-driven fitness app for low-SES families. Storywell: Designing Family Fitness App Engagement by Using Social Rewards and Reflection.
Our three full papers were accepted at #CHI2018. These papers are among the 667 accepted papers (out of the 2,537 papers submitted, 25.7% acceptance rate). Our mHealth systematic review paper received a Best Paper Honorable Mention Award (awarded to the top
Farnaz gave a talk at the “Visualizing for Justice – Creative, Critical and Contestation Mapping” public event held at the Emerson College in association with the American Association of Geographers Sub-conference. She presented her design idea for her ongoing project
Farnaz presented our paper, Youth Advocacy in SNAs: Challenges for Addressing Health Disparities, at CHI 2016 in San Jose, California. The video preview of our paper can be found here: