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Anne Jonas

Alumni (PhD 2021)


Education, labor, science and technology studies, inequality, critical design, social computing


After previously working in program management at the Participatory Culture Foundation and the Barnard Center for Research on Women, I now study education, information systems, culture, and inequality. My dissertation used ethnographic approaches to investigate the experiences of teachers, students, and parents in U.S. based virtual schools and their relation to broader educational inequality and labor concerns. I was the Co-Director of the Center for Technology, Society & Policy from Summer 2018 - Summer 2020, and I have been a Research Grantee of the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity and the Institute for Research on Labor & Employment.

As of January 2022, I am a Computing Innovation Fellow and Postdoctoral Research Associate at Michigan State University.

Last updated:

May 27, 2024