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Hyunjin Seo In The News

Media Coverage--Interviews, Research, Analysis

Government Technology (09/15/23). KU broadens digital literacy for formerly incarcerated women.

Lawrence Times (08/08/23):

KCUR Up to Date (08/07/23). University of Kansas program teachers computer skills to women who have been incarcerated:

KCUR (08/07/23): A Kansas program helps women in prison keep up with technology so they can get jobs after release.

KCUR (07/12/2023) Up to Date. Segment on Instagram’s Threads.


CNN (04/20/2023), Anheuser-Busch facilities face threats after Bud Light backlash, 


Harvard Law Today (11/29/2022), metaLAB exhibition in Kansas centers voices of formerly incarcerated women,


KU Today (10/25/2022), How the Light Gets In, 


KU Today (10/20/2022), Two KU programs win University Economic Development Association Awards,


KU Today (09/08/2022), Study: Minority, immigrant populations faced misinformation, hostility when seeking COVID-19 information, 


Tech Crunch (06/01/2022), Google expands program to help train the formerly incarcerated, 


Yahoo!Finance (06/01/2022), Google expands program to help train the formerly incarcerated, 


KU Today (12/08/2021), KU author explores how network connectivity, collection action made historic South Korean impeachment possible,


Lawrence Journal World (07/31/2021), Grant to KU will help create digital literacy program for women leaving prison, jail, 


KU Today (07/27/21), KU leading program to boost digital literacy among women leaving incarceration, 

Topeka Capital-Journal (02/05/2021), $4,500 on a good day: How this teenager Topeka YouTuber is making it big, Topeka-Capital Journal: 


Interview with This Morning (TBS eFM, South Korea) (01/05/2021), Digital divide,; (10/23/20), How a technology gap punishes former prisoners, 


WIBW (10/17/2020), Women transitioning from incarceration may face tech challenges, (10/15/2020): Study identifies tech challenges of women transitioning from incarceration, 


KU Today (10/14/2020): Study identified tech challenges of women transitioning from incarceration, 


KU Today (05/21/20), Study shows vulnerable populations with less education more likely to believe, share misinformation,


Lawrence Journal World (05/202020), KU study finds populations vulnerable to public health crises are more likely to share misinformation,


CNN Newsletter (05/19/2020), Research on misinformation among vulnerable populations. 


BBC (12/03/2019), How China-US rivalry is dividing the internet,


WIBW (12/12/2019), KU researchers helping women find employment after prison release,


KSNT (12/12/2019), KU, SNCO Dept. of Corrections partnering to help women find jobs after prison,

"KU research team receives $1.4 million to offer technology training to women leaving prison," Lawrence Journal-World, July 19, 2019.

"KU launching $1.4 million education project for women exiting prison," Topeka Capital-Journal, July 11, 2019. 

"$1.4 NSF grant will support technology education for women post-incarceration," KU Today, July 10, 2019.

"Researchers aim to boost digital literacy skills of populations vulnerable to scams,", February 6, 2019. 

"Researchers aim to boost digital literacy skills of populations vulnerable to scams," KU Today, February 5, 2019. 

"Workshop to address how to combat misinformation, fake news," KU Today, November 3, 2017.

"Does social media help protests? KU professor with new grant looks to find out," The University Daily Kansan, October 9, 2017.

"Sprint pulls ‘ghetto’ comment video about rival T-Mobile," Kansas City Star, April 13, 2016.

"Exchange shows academic science can help improve U.S., North Korean relations," KU Today, February 19, 2015.

"University professors research suspicious website reviews," The University Daily Kansan, December 3, 2014.

"Researchers developing algorithms to detect fake reviews," KU Today, October 20, 2014.

Journalism professor analyzes role of political cartoons, social media during Syrian crisis," KU Today, April 4, 2014.

"Ten new Docking Young Faculty Scholars announced," KU Today, September 20, 2013. 

"KU announces Docking Young Faculty Scholar Award recipients," Lawrence Journal-World, September 20, 2013.

"Researcher studies use of Twitter images in Mideast conflict," KU Today, September 4, 2013.

"Researcher examines disparities in worldwide access to Internet bandwidth," KU Today, February 13, 2013.

"Just give us safe places to have fun, KC teens say," Kansas City Star, May 16, 2012.

"Using science to bring together enemies," CNN, April 18, 2012.  

"KU researcher looks at why teens form violent flash mobs," Lawrence Journal-World, March 17, 2012.

"Study of KC flash mobs could offer lessons for Delmar Loop outbreak​," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 16, 2012. 

"Flash mobs inspire study," Kansas City Star, March 12, 2012.

"Professor studies how teens view flash mobs and their violent potential," KU Today, March 7, 2012.

"Journalism professor analyzes Internet connectivity among ‘Arab spring’ nations," KU Today, January 24, 2012.

"KU Professor Interview: How Are Universities Teaching Social Media?" Spiral16, January 23, 2012. 

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