Christian Sandvig

Dir, Center for Ethics, Society, & Computing (ESC) & H. Marshall McLuhan Collegiate Professor of Digital Media
University of Michigan

Christian Sandvig is Professor of Information at the University of Michigan. His research investigates the implications of advanced computing and Internet technology. Sandvig has been named a "next-generation leader in science and technology policy" by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and received the faculty early career award in "human-centered computing" from the US National Science Foundation. His research has appeared in stories in/on The Economist, Wired, The New York Times, NPR, BBC, CBC, Le Monde, and other venues. Sandvig is also a computer programmer with industry experience consulting for Fortune 500 companies, a regional government, and a software start-up. He holds the Ph.D. in Communication from Stanford University.

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