I have either been cited in or interviewed by the press for my research on information ethics and policy issues associated with data mining, analytics, and privacy in relation to higher education and other contexts. I appreciate the opportunity to engage the public with my research in this way.
|The Los Angeles Times. “Billboards that follow you? It’s not sci-fi. They’re already here”||2020|
|The Chronicle of Higher Education. “The evolving state of predictive analytics: How it benefits students—and where the tools fall behind.”||2020|
|The Daily Mail. “Missouri university is tracking new students’ class attendance by making them download an app which accesses their location through their phone’s GPS.”||2020|
|The Washington Post. “Colleges are turning students’ phones into surveillance machines, tracking the locations of hundreds of thousands.”||2019|
|Forbes. “Is your child’s university tracking their phone? Probably.”||2019|
|edScoop. “University tech presents growing privacy concern for students, educators.”||2019|
|Inside Higher Ed. “A Hippocratic Oath for algorithmic intervention.”||2019|
|Inside Higher Ed. “Remember what’s never forgotten.”||2019|
|Times Higher Education. “Minority students ‘may be penalised’ by learning analytics shift.”||2019|
|The Hechinger Report. “Colleges are using big data to track students in an effort to boost graduation rates, but it comes at a cost.”|
NOTE: Audio and text versions of this story were published nationally on National Public Radio.
|Milwaukee Public Radio. “Computer experts discuss the balancing act of big data & ethics.”||2019|
|Inside Higher Ed. “A lesson from the Facebook Fiasco.”||2018|
|Minnesota Public Radio: Marketplace. “Do you know what your college is doing with your data?”||2014|