The Social & Ethical Computing Lab at Marquette University focuses on the study of the broad social and ethical dimensions of computing technologies and related implications of our data-driven society. Starting from a sociotechnical stance, we leverage technical, quantitative, and qualitative methods to engage with issues including:

  • Human-computer interaction
  • Data privacy and surveillance 
  • Data and computer ethics
  • Algorithimic bias and fairness
  • Social computing
  • Health informatics