Sarah T. Roberts, an assistant professor at UCLA’s Department of Information Studies, has been awarded part of a $1.5 million Future of Work Grant by the National Science Foundation for her research on decision making processes and supports for tech workers who moderate online content. Roberts, a groundbreaking media scholar who will serve as co-principal investigator of the study, with Donghee Yvette Wohn from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Libby Hemphill of the University of Michigan iSchool, will receive $300,000 of the NSF grant, in partnership with iSchools at the University of Michigan and the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Media Content Moderation
Supported by the National Science Foundation
Led by Dr. Sarah T. Roberts