School of Information Sciences

Assistant Professor receives two NSF awards for Computational Social Science Research

Dr. Yu-Ru Lin, assistant professor at SIS, has recently been awarded two research grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Dr. Lin received a three-year grant totaling $188,369 for her project titled, "DAPPR: Diffusion Analytics for Public Policy Research." She also received a two-year grant totaling $181,012 for her project titled, "Collective Sense Making Following a Terrorist Attack: The Immediate and Long-Term Impact on Public Resilience."

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