WKBW reports on a local woman falling for a scam on Facebook. The report features Kenny Joseph, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, who studies the vulnerability of different age groups on social media.
An article in Fortune Magazine on a simulated workplace that shows how sexist slights can hurt women’s careers features research by Kenneth Joseph, assistant professor in UB’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering, who created a computer simulation of a fictional workplace called NormCorp.
WGRZ-TV reported that UB researchers have received a $293,000 National Science Foundation grant to fund neurodiversity training for computer science faculty. Faculty who complete the training will receive a micro-credential.
WBFO reports that UB learning scientists are using a $300,000 grant to create professional development that will teach professors how to best teach students with ADHD and other forms of neurodivergence.