Whether we're focused on human-centered research, media research, and games for entertainment and learning – our faculty and students strive to make a difference and empower individuals.
The pandemic and social justice issues dominated 2020, and served as prime inspiration for student filmmakers in MSU’s DOC Lab. In January, the students are giving you a front row seat of 5 new documentaries during a virtual screening that shed light on the COVID-19 response and impact, police brutality and racism.Read more
We have dedicated labs researching learning games, social science and technology, as well as a center focused on political and social issues related to media, communication and information policy.
Dr. Emilee Rader is an Associate Professor in the Department of Media and Information. Her research is focused on understanding and solving sociotechnical problems that arise in algorithmic systems which use large datasets and machine learning to make inferences and predictions about people.