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Hyunjin Seo is an associate professor and Docking Faculty Scholar at 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 examines how social collaborative networks facilitated by digital communication technologies affect social change at local, national and international levels.

Seo is currently the Principal Investigator on an NSF-funded project aimed at supporting women recently released from jail or prison in learning digital skills relevant for their reentry including job searches. She is also completing a book manuscript (under contract with Oxford University Press), Networked Collective Actions: The Making of an Impeachment, which examines intricate relationships between social institutions and agents during South Korean protests directed at political changes. She has published over 40 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters in the areas of digital media, collective action, and civic engagements.


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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 More


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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
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$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