Ph.D., Human-Centered Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology
Amy Voida is an assistant professor in the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing on the IUPUI campus. She also holds an affiliate appointment with the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. Amy directs the Philanthropic Informatics Research Lab, bringing together students from informatics and philanthropic studies to carry out empirical and design research to understand how information technology can better support philanthropic work. Amy holds a Ph.D. in Human-Centered Computing from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
- Bridging between organizations and the public: Volunteer coordinators’ uneasy relationship with social computing
Grants & Funding
- “Exploring the Emergent Dynamics Between Nonprofit Organizations and a Technologically-Enabled, Innovative Public.” National Science Foundation award no. 1360035. $495,677. 10/1/2012–9/30/2015