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Hyunjin Seo is Oscar Stauffer Chair Professor at the University of Kansas as well as founding director of the KU Center for Digital Inclusion. She is also a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University where she was a fellow in AY2018-2019. Her research focuses on identifying emerging properties of networked communication and understanding their implications for social change, collective action and civic engagement. Seo is currently the Principal Investigator on technology and art education projects for marginalized populations funded by the National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. She is also the author of Networked Collective Actions: The Making of an Impeachment (Oxford University Press), which examines intricate relationships between social institutions and agents during South Korean protests directed at political changes. She has published over 50 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters in the areas of digital media, collective action, and civic engagements.


Emerging Digital Issues from the Global South Working Group
Oct 1, 2019

Think South: Reimagining the Internet

Raising voices of our global community through poetry, indigenous art, and short pieces


Hyunjin Seo and Sarah Newman collaborating on NEA-funded project

Community members to create "Returning: Community-Based Visual Art Experience Involving Women Transitioning from Jail or Prison” project

Feb 4, 2021
KU News

Study shows vulnerable populations with less education more likely to believe, share misinformation

Hyunjin Seo leads the research, forthcoming in the journal New Media & Society

May 19, 2020
KU Today

$1.4M NSF Grant Will Support Technology Education for Women Post-Incarceration

A project from BKC fellow Hyunjin Seo will offer evidence-based technology education for women who have been recently released from incarceration

Jul 10, 2019

Hyunjin Seo receives $1.4 million grant from National Science Foundation

Hyunjin Seo and colleagues will offer technology education to support recently incarcerated women reentering the job force.

Jun 20, 2019