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Hirsch Publishing + Presenting

Submitted on June 20, 2016 - 2:00pm
Tad Hirsch
Tad Hirsch

Interaction Design Professor Tad Hirsch had an article titled “Surreptitious Communication Design” published in the Spring 2016 Design Issues from MIT Press. Also from MIT Press is a new book, Civic Media: Technology, Design, Practice, which contains Hirsch’s chapter titled “Case Study: Pivot—Surreptitious Communications Design for Victims of Human Trafficking.”

He traveled to San Jose, California, in early May for CHI 2016, a major human-computer interaction conference. While there, Hirsch co-presented a poster titled "Developing an Automated Report Card for Addiction Counseling: The Counselor Observer Ratings Expert for MI (CORE-MI)" in a Computing and Mental Health Workshop. Graduating MDes student Geoff Gray was one of the poster presentation co-authors. Hirsch and graduating MDes student Catherine Lim attended the Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2016) conference in Brisbane, Australia, during early June. They co-presented two papers while there: “What’s for Lunch? A Socio-ecological Approach to Childcare Nutrition” and “’It just seems outside my health’: How Patients with Chronic Conditions Perceive Communication Boundaries with Providers.”

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